News & Statements
Minister Confirms Application to European Globalisation Fund to help assist Bord na Móna workers – Heydon
The Government has today confirmed that it intends to apply to the EU Globalisation Fund to help affected Bord na Móna workers transition into new employment, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Where are FF policies – Heydon
INSTEAD of attacking the Fine Gael-led Government which has brought the country out of the recession, Fianna Fáil should provide the electorate with detailed policies of their own, a Fine Gael TD has said.
50 new Jobs for M9 Service Station – Heydon
Kildare South Fine Gael TD Martin Heydon has said that the long awaited and much talked about online service station on the M9, near Kilcullen, will now be developed following the resolution of legal impediments which had held up the development.
Heydon welcomes Multi-Denominational School for Kildare primary school
THE future of a Kildare primary school has been secured and will reopen as a multi-denominational community national school, Fine Gael TD for Kildare South, Martin Heydon has said.
Mayo will receive a great welcome in Newbridge on Saturday – Heydon
Mayo will receive a great welcome in Newbridge on Saturday, Kildare TD Martin Heydon has said.
Rural local link evening bus service begins – Heydon
Chairman of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party Martin Heydon TD has today (Friday) confirmed the pilot local link evening rural bus service has begun.
€40 million secured for new round of Sports Capital funding – Heydon
Some €40 million will be made available for the new 2018 Sports Capital Programme, a Fine Gael TD has said.
New pilot evening bus service to combat rural isolation – Heydon
A proposal to run new evening bus services across 50 different routes in 19 different counties around the country will help to combat rural isolation and connect communities, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Fianna Fáil try to rewrite history – Heydon
The hypocrisy of Fianna Fáil escalated to new heights today as the party attempted to airbrush from history their role in selling off Telecom Éireann.