Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Monthly Archives: September 2019

New Autumn 2019 Legislative Programme

  The upcoming Budget, health reforms, climate action and family friendly measures are among the top priorities for the Government’s legislative agenda for the new Dáil term. The Legislative Programme which I published today, has been drawn up following consultation with ministers, senior officials from across Government and the Office of the Attorney General. It… Continue Reading

An Clár Reachtaíochta Nua

Sa Buiséid atá le teacht, is leasuithe sláinte, athrú aeráide agus na bearta atá feiliúnach do teaghlaigh na príomhthosaíochtaí do chlár oibre reachtach an Rialtais don téarma nua Dála. Tá an Clár Reachtaíochta, atá foilsithe ag Príomh-Aoire an Rialtais, Séan Kyne TD inniu, dréachtaithe tar éis comhairliúcháin le hairí, le hoifigigh shinsearacha ó trasna an… Continue Reading

Infheistíocht ar fiú €347,469 ceadaithe do Chlár na gCluichí Gaelach

Infheistíocht ar fiú €347,469 ceadaithe ag an Aire Stáit Seán Kyne do Chlár na gCluichí Gaelach i scoileanna Ghaeltacht na Gaillimhe agus i dTuar Mhic Éadaigh i gCo. Mhaigh Eo. €7,910 ceadaithe chun a chumasú do chumainn peile F12 Ghaeltacht na Gaillimhe freastal ar Lá na Gaeilge agus na gCluichí Gaelach ar pháirc an Chrócaigh… Continue Reading

Update regarding Prospecting Application

Update regarding the possibility of mining in Connemara and the application for a prospecting licence in a number of locations, including the Roundstone/Ballyconneely area. Today I received information from Minister of State Seán Canney with responsibility for Natural Resources at the Department of Communication, Climate Action and Environment that it has been decided not to… Continue Reading

Communities across Galway to benefit from the Government-funded Better Energy Communities Scheme

The latest round of Government funding from the Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) will help households, businesses and community and voluntary organisations in Galway to lower their energy bills and reduce their carbon footprint. The funding confirmed by my colleague, Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Richard Bruton is an essential part of… Continue Reading

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