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- Born Dublin, June 1950.
- Married to Áine Ní Choincheannain; three sons, one daughter.
- Educated Oatlands College, Mount Merrion, Dublin: UCD (BSc).
- Former Manager of a Gaeltacht Co-Operative involved in establishing local businesses including agricultural services, timber milling, tourism and cultural and social development.
Fianna Fáil Agriculture spokesperson Éamon Ó Cuív has welcomed the very belated announcement by Minister Coveney that he is to convene a meeting of all the main players in the beef sector to discuss the ongoing crisis. The Minister will hold talks with the main beef processors, Bord Bia, Teagasc and farm organisations, as well as the Irish Cattle Breeding Federation and Animal Health Ireland. Read More | Share
Galway West Deputy Éamon Ó Cuív has raised grave concerns about new rules preventing voluntary ambulances in Galway and Mayo from responding to local emergencies. The Fianna Fáil Deputy raised the matter with the Minister for Health James Reilly in the Dáil this week (Wednesday, 02 April). Read More | Share
Fianna Fáil’s Agriculture spokesperson has called on the Government to expedite the publication of the Competition and Consumer Bill, which includes proposals for a code of conduct for the retail sector to insure transparency in the sector. Read More | Share
Fianna Fáil’s Agriculture spokesperson Éamon Ó Cuiv is raising serious question marks over Government claims that 61,000 jobs were created in the economy in the past year. Ministers have been repeating the claims in the Dáil over the past two weeks, during their statements on Government Priorities for the Year Ahead. Read More | Share
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