News & Statements
Statement from Fine Gael TD Tom Neville on County Limerick diving equipment used in Thailand cave rescue
Record number of people at work in the State- Neville
A record number of people are now at work in the State, a Fine Gael TD has said.
€200 million in funding is a major boost to the Irish Film Industry – Neville
Over €200 million in new funding will be a major boost to the Irish Film Industry over the next decade, Limerick TD, Tom Neville has said.
Timelines needed for action on Mental Health and Addiction – Neville
A timeline needs to be put in place to ensure that action is taken to properly treat addiction and mental health issues, a Fine Gael TD has said.
New incentive for employers to hire older people will bring widespread benefits – Neville
A government move to incentives employers to hire people over 50 is progressive and will benefit society as a whole, A Fine Gael TD has said.
Text alert system for hospital appointments would combat waiting lists- Neville
Fine Gael TD for Limerick County, Tom Neville, has called for all hospitals to use a text alert system to remind patients of their hospital appointments.
Vet Lab in Limerick must remain open- Neville
Fine Gael TD for Limerick Tom Neville called for the veterinary laboratory there to remain open in the Dáil this week.
Fine Gael’s Action Plan for Jobs has surpassed its employment target – Neville
Fine Gael TD for Limerick, and member of the Oireachtas Committee on Jobs, Tom Neville, has said that Fine Gael’s Action Plan for Jobs has surpassed its employment targets ensuring that employment is now at its highest level since the economic crash in 2008.
Actor and TD Tom Neville appeals for Arts funding to be increased, as the economy grows
Fine Gael TD for Co Limerick, Tom Neville, who has a Masters in Music Technology and is a trained actor, has appealed for Arts funding to be increased, as the economy grows.
Limerick local authority mortgage holders to benefit from interest rate reduction – Neville
Fine Gael TD for Limerick, Tom Neville, has said that Limerick local authority mortgage holders are set to benefit from interest rate reductions which will alleviate the burden on hard pressed families.