Posted on 10/02/10 by Dick Roche
The Finance Bill, 2010 hits the right balance. It contains measures that enhance Ireland’s attractiveness as a place to do business & to create jobs and continues the task of stabilising Ireland’s public finances” Minister for European Affairs Dick Roche told Dail Eireann.
Posted on 10/02/10 by Johnny Brady
The Government has announced further support for Irish farm families with the opening of an Inheritance Enquiry Unit according to the Chair of the Oireachtas Agriculture Committee and Fianna Fail TD for Meath West, Johnny Brady.
Posted on 10/02/10 by Brendan Smith
Minister Brendan Smith TD, Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food has warmly welcomed the decision by Compton Greaves (formerly Pauwels Trafo), Cavan Town, to recruit an additional 21 employees. Read More
Posted on 10/02/10 by Micheál Martin
The Minister for Foreign Affairs, Mr Micheál Martin T.D., has welcomed today’s vote by the European Parliament giving its consent to the new European Commission. Read More
Posted on 09/02/10 by Brendan Smith
The Minister for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, Brendan Smith TD, today announced a new service to assist the representatives of deceased farmers to secure outstanding payments to the estate of the deceased and where applicable, to arrange for the transfer of Single Payment entitlements. Read More
Posted on 09/02/10 by Chris Andrews
The disarray in Labour party ranks over the 30kph speed limit in Dublin city centre shows once again how disjointed their policies are, according to Fianna Fail TD, Chris Andrews. Read More
Posted on 09/02/10 by Mary Coughlan
Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Mary Coughlan T.D. today announced that D&B is to establish a business operations centre in Dublin, initially creating up to 100 high skilled new positions by the middle of next year. Read More
Posted on 09/02/10 by Batt O’Keeffe
Today we are joining with 65 countries around the world by marking Safer Internet day. Read More
Posted on 09/02/10 by Pat The Cope Gallagher
"The reality is that the European Union has been living in a political vacuum for many months now. This is simply not good enough because the political problems that we face in Europe are immense. The ratification of the European Commission today provides the green light for the European Union to bring forward measures, which will both maintain and create jobs within Ireland and the European Union."
Posted on 09/02/10 by Brian Cowen
I welcome today’s opportunity to speak to you on the peace process in Northern Ireland. The ongoing support of all members of this House for building and maintaining peace in the North has been invaluable. It remains a strong cornerstone of the continued progress towards lasting peace and reconciliation. Read More