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Age restrictions must be lifted at Minor Injuries Unit at Louth County Hospital – Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Peter Fitzpatrick, said that the age restrictions need to be lifted at the Minor Injuries Unit at Louth County Hospital to allow children to be treated at the hospital.

Air France pilots using Irish soccer fans as pawns in industrial dispute- Clune

Fine Gael Ireland South MEP and member of the EU Transport Committee, Deirdre Clune, has welcomed moves by the European Commission to take action against airlines who are not giving their passengers their entitlements under EU Passenger Rights legislation.

Proposed Development at Union Café in Mount Merrion is a Goliath and I’m backing David - Madigan

Fine Gael TD for Dublin Rathdown, and Mount Merrion resident, Josepha Madigan, has condemned proposals to develop a 15,000 sqm retail, car park and residential development at Wilson Road and Deerpark Road in Mount Merrion.

Daly’s ‘West Cork Way’ moving at pace

Jim Daly, Cork South West Fine Gael TD, has said that Cork County Council is making significant progress with his ‘West Cork Way’ proposal, and he is confident that the next steps will see the development of the route come to fruition.

Heydon honoured to be elected Chair of Fine Gael Parliamentary Party

Fine Gael TD for Kildare South, Martin Heydon, has said he is honoured to have been elected Chair of the Fine Gael Parliamentary Party and will work hard to ensure that the issues that matter most to people are raised at Fine Gael Party meetings.

Cork’s Live Register down over 36% since the launch of the Action Plan for Jobs in 2012 - Buttimer

Fine Gael Cork Senator, Jerry Buttimer, has said that a drop of over 36% in the Live Register in Cork since the launch of the Action Plan for Jobs in early 2012, is a strong indication that Fine Gael is continuing to deliver on its pledge to prioritise job creation and reduce unemployment.

Increased funding for health must be used to ease overcrowding at Our Lady of Lourdes – O’Dowd

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Fergus O’Dowd, has said that increased funding for the Department of Health must be used to ease overcrowding at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda.

Wicklow’s Live Register down over 26% since the launch of the Action Plan for Jobs in 2012 - Doyle

Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle, has said that a drop of 3,376 in the Live Register in Wicklow since the launch of the Action Plan for Jobs in early 2012, is a strong indication that Fine Gael is continuing to deliver on its pledge to prioritise job creation and reduce unemployment.

Radical reform of the insurance industry vital to tackle escalating premiums – Fitzpatrick

Fine Gael TD for Louth, Peter Fitzpatrick, said that radical reform of the insurance industry is vital if we are to tackle escalating premiums.

Closure of Fingal beaches unacceptable, explanation needed from Irish Water - Reilly

Fine Gael Dublin Senator James Reilly, has said that the closure of several Fingal beaches is unacceptable and an explanation is needed from Irish Water