Born Cork, Jaunuary 1968. Michael was educated in Boherbue Comprehensive School, Mallow. He is a full time public representative with a background in farming. He is married to Bríd O’Sullivan. Michael has been a TD since he was first elected in 1997. Outside of Leinster House, Michael is also a member of the ICMSA, a former Chairman of Ógra Fianna Fáil, Vice Chairman of the Kiskeam Sean Moylan Commemoration Committee and is a life member of Kiskeam GAA Club
Office: Constituency Office, Percival Street, Kanturk, Co Cork.
Tel: 029-51299 (Kanturk) or 01-6183595 (Leinster House)
Home Address: Meens, Kiskeam, Mallow, Co. Cork
Monday – Constituency Office, Percival Street, Kanturk – 9.30 am
Friday – St Vincent de Paul Centre, Bank Lane, Charleville – 9.30 am
1st Saturday of each month – Canon O’ Donovan Centre, Millstreet – 10.30 am
1st Saturday of each month – Scanlon’s Bar, Newmarket – 12 pm
Constituency Office is open Monday – Friday, 9am to 5pm
Current Fianna Fáil spokesperson on Communications, Energy and Natural Resources; Previously served as Spokesperson on Agriculture and Food; Michael Moynihan has been a TD for Cork North West since he was first elected in 1997; Former Chairman of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Economic Regulatory Affairs; He is also a member of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Communications, Energy and Natural Resources.
Fianna Fáil’s two candidates for the forthcoming General Election have set out a number of priorities after the party’s selection convention took place in Millstreet last Friday night. Party members heard Deputy Michael Moynihan and Councillor Aindrias Moynihan will contest the General Election in the 3-seat constituency. Deputy Moynihan commented: “Fine Gael and Labour have […]
Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Energy Michael Moynihan TD has called on the Government and the Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) to take immediate action to address the alarmingly high electricity prices Irish customers pay in comparison with our European counterparts. Deputy Moynihan commented, “Latest Eurostat figures show that Ireland has the third highest electricity prices […]