Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Monthly Archives: October 2011

‘Transport Minister planning roundtable stakeholder talks on City Outer Bypass’

‘Transport Minister planning roundtable stakeholder talks on City Outer Bypass’ The Transport Minister, Leo Varadkar, has confirmed to Galway West Deputy Seán Kyne that he is organising roundtable talks on the Galway City Outer Bypass, the first in a new approach to advance major infrastructural projects. There are still on-going issues in relation to the… Continue Reading

‘Kyne hopeful for legislative change to allow for sole trader complaints to be heard by Financial Ombudsman’

‘Kyne hopeful for legislative change to allow for sole trader complaints to be heard by Financial Ombudsman’ Fine Gael Galway West Deputy, Seán Kyne, is encouraged by the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan’s willingness to examine amending legislation to allow sole traders to bring complaints against banks and other financial institutions to the Financial Services… Continue Reading

‘Bus services must match investment in bus lanes – no room for mere taxi speedways’

‘Bus services must match investment in bus lanes – no room for mere taxi speedways’ Despite the delays to the major road improvements at Westside, the new bus lanes on the Seamus Quirke and Bishop O’Donnell roads are nearing completion. In response to queries from Galway West TD, Seán Kyne, City Direct, the private bus… Continue Reading

‘Galway TDs briefed on serious radon problem in Galway’

‘Galway TDs briefed on serious radon problem in Galway’ Galway’s TDs and Senators will be briefed on Tuesday, 11th October, on the dangers of radon gas as part of Galway Radon Week which runs from October 8th – 15th. The Radiological Protection Institute of Ireland is holding the briefing in Leinster House to provide Galway’s… Continue Reading

‘Galway has highest levels of Special Education supports outside of Dublin and Cork’

‘Galway has highest levels of Special Education supports outside of Dublin and Cork’ Galway has the highest levels of Special Education supports outside the main population centres of Dublin and Cork recent figures published by the National Council for Special Education reveal. At primary level Galway has 365 Special Needs Assistants with a further 101… Continue Reading

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