Colm Keaveney

Spokesperson on Mental Health & Special Needs

Born Dunmore January 1971. Educated St. Jarlath’s College, Tuam, Co. Galway. Public Representative. Trade Union organiser. First Elected 2011.

Contact Details

Office: Lower Dublin Road, Tuam, Co. Galway
Tel:093 24070

Political Record

Current Spokesperson for Mental Health & Special Needs; First Elected in the General Election of 2011; Elected to Galway County Council 2004 and reelected in 2009; Elected to Tuam Town Council in 1999; Contested general elections in 1999 and 2007.

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Mental Health Colm Keaveney says the Government’s latest initiative aimed at tackling suicide is not sufficiently clear in its targets and will be massively underfunded.  With at least 500 people taking their own lives in 2012, and indications that these figures have remained high in recent years, Deputy Keaveney is calling […]

Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East Colm Keaveney has expressed alarm following new figures from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation which reveals that 670 people were left on trolleys at University Hospital Galway in June – a 59% increase on last year. Deputy Keaveney said, “The situation in Galway has been allowed to deteriorate […]

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Making our capital city a vibrant place to live, work and raise a family.

Campaign for Mortgage Fairness

End the mortgage rate rip-off.

Cost of Living

Addressing house prices by supporting first time buyers and tackling rent levels.


Working to keep our streets and communities safe.

Rural Ireland

Fighting for a fair recovery across the entire country.


Supporting small and medium businesses by tackling costs and commercial rates.


Supporting working parents to raise their families by reducing child care costs.


Building a world class education system to equip the next generation to compete globally.


A fair health service with real delivery for patients.