News & Statements
O’Dowd calls for universal electricity subsidy for COPD sufferers
Patients suffering from a chronic respiratory illness should receive a universal electricity subsidy, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Dart must be extended to Drogheda- O’Dowd
The Dart should be extended to Drogheda, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Amicable resolution of ticketing issue is good news for Irish sport – O’Dowd
The termination of the contract between the Olympic Council of Ireland and THG is a step in the right direction for Irish sport, according to Fergus O’Dowd, Chairman of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport.
Fianna Fáil criticising job creation is laughable, the facts speak for themselves- O’Dowd
Fine Gael TD Fergus O’Dowd has rubbished Fianna Fáil's deluded comments around job creation, stating the facts speak for themselves.
125 new jobs for Louth- O’Dowd
Louth is set to benefit from a jobs boost with 125 new positions to be created in Dundalk, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Irish Water should be called before Oireachtas Committee over burst mains- O’Dowd
Irish Water’s failure to supply water to over 70,000 people in the North East requires Oireachtas scrutiny, a Fine Gael TD has said.
25 Jobs for Aphix Software Shows Confidence in Drogheda
Fine Gael TD for Louth and East Meath, Fergus O'Dowd, has warmly welcomed the announcement today that 25 new jobs will be provided in Drogheda through Aphix Software, an award winning fintech software company.
O’Dowd reiterates call for Empty Home Tax in RPZ’s
Fergus O'Dowd, Fine Gael TD for Louth and East Meath, is again calling on the Government to consider the urgent implementation of a Vacant Home Tax in Rent Pressure Zones (RPZ).
Statement from Fergus O’Dowd TD, on the death of Brendan McGahon, former Louth Fine Gael TD
Fine Gael Louth TD, Fergus O’Dowd, has expressed his sympathies on the sad news that former Fine Gael TD for Louth, Brendan McGahon, has died.
Constructive meetings between Fine Gael Brexit Response Group and Northern Parties
The Fine Gael Brexit Response Working Group has met with a number of political parties in Stormont today (Monday) in relation to the challenges presented to the island of Ireland by Brexit.