Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Monthly Archives: March 2017

New Gaelscoil de hIde officially opened in Oranmore 

Minister of State for Gaeltacht Affairs and Natural Resources and Fine Gael TD for Galway West and Mayo South, Seán Kyne has welcomed the opening of the new state-of-the-art building for Gaelscoil de hIde in Oranmore. Speaking from the official opening, which was performed by Míchéal Ó Muircheartaigh, Minister Kyne said:  “I’m delighted with the… Continue Reading

Treatment Benefit Scheme extended to self-employed people in Galway and Mayo

Reforms to the PRSI system introduced this week mean that self-employed people, such as small business-owners and farmers, will for the first time be entitled to benefits under the Department of Social Protection’s Treatment Benefit Scheme.  The extension of the Treatment Benefit Scheme to self-employed people is very significant and will benefit over 12,100 people… Continue Reading

National Children’s Hospital Location

The Government decision that the new Children’s hospital be located at St. James’s is a clinically-led decision. St. James’s is Ireland’s largest, adult-teaching, research hospital. The selection of the site follows on from the Children’s Health First report of 2006 that has been re-affirmed by reviews since. One such review was carried out by a… Continue Reading

Ceanncheathrú Chomhar Naíonraí na Gaeltachta – Oscailt Oifigiúil

  Bhí sé de phribhléid agam an Ceanncheathrú Chomhar Naíonraí na Gaeltachta a oscalit Dé hÁoine seo caite. Ba mhaith liom i dtús báire mo bhuíochas ó chroí a ghabháil libh as ucht an cuireadh a thabhairt dom, Ceanncheathrú Chomhar Naíonraí na Gaeltachta a oscailt anseo ar an gCeathrú Rua inniu. Tá an-áthas orm bheith… Continue Reading

Daffodil Day 2017

  Míle buíochas le gach duine a thug tacaíocht lenár maidin caife ar mhaithe leis an gCumann Ailse na hÉireann, lus an Chromchinn. Bhailiomhar €1,050 chun tacú le hobair an Chumann. Thank you to everyone who contributed to our Daffodil Day Coffee morning on Friday. We raised €1,050 to support the work of the Irish… Continue Reading

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