News & Statements
Changes to CAO website a game changer for students – Kehoe
The promotion of further education options and apprenticeships on the CAO website will be a game changer for school-leavers, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Online Safety Commissioner and updated Department action plan are vital measures in combatting bullying in schools – Kehoe
The appointment of an Online Safety Commissioner and an updated action plan on bullying in our primary and secondary schools are key measures in combatting the scourge of bullying and cyberbullying of young people, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Sinn Féin must disassociate itself from commemoration glorifying IRA terrorism
Sinn Féin must distance itself from an online commemoration marking the death of an IRA bomber which is being organised by one of the party’s councillors, a Fine Gael TD has said.
Records of forgotten revolutionary uncovered – Minister Paul Kehoe
The records of forgotten revolutionary Comdt. Nicholas Newport have been unearthed in the Military Archives, as part of the preparations for the 1916 Centenary commemorations next year.
Kehoe questions SIPTU stance on 9% VAT that has provided jobs and growth for Wexford
Government Chief Whip Paul Kehoe TD has questioned the logic of SIPTU’s call this week to increase the 9% VAT rate for the tourism and hospitality sector as a new Fáilte Ireland report proves Government policy is providing jobs and growth for tourism in Co. Wexford.
Confusion surrounding E cigarettes needs to be addressed – Kehoe
Government Chief Whip and Minister of State, Paul Kehoe TD, has written to the Minister for Health, Dr. James Reilly TD, and the State's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Tony Holohan, asking them to clarify the legal status and health implications of electronic cigarettes.
Minister Kehoe welcomes return of Garda recruitment
Wexford Minister of State at the Department of Defence, Paul Kehoe TD has welcomed an announcement from Minister for Justice, Alan Shatter TD that Garda recruitment will resume in the coming year.
Kehoe welcomes turning of the sod on €282M N11 Arklow to Rathnew road project
GOVERNMENT CHIEF WHIP Paul Kehoe TD has welcomed the official start to work on the N11 Arklow to Rathnew dual carriageway road project after Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport Leo Varadkar turned the sod on both schemes.
Kehoe welcomes 8 key actions to improve crèche standards
WEXFORD'S Government Chief Whip & Minister of State Paul Kehoe TD has welcomed details of eight key actions being implemented by the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Frances Fitzgerald TD, which will ensure improved standards and more robust inspections for crèches.
Wexford roads to be surfaced as part of new €10.6 million scheme for road maintenance- Kehoe
WEXFORD'S Minister of State Paul Kehoe TD today has welcomed details of a new pilot Community Involvement Scheme for works on local roads which will see €398,8130 allocated to County Wexford through the Community Involvement Scheme (CIS) announced today.