Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South

Category Archives: Minister of State for Natural Resources

30 new jobs created in Galway by GeoScience Ireland Network companies

This week’s Geoscience Ireland figures on 2016 show that 30 new jobs were created in Galway last year by Geoscience Ireland member companies. An agency of the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment, Geoscience Ireland is working in partnership with Enterprise Ireland to create and maintain jobs in the geoscience sector in Ireland. With 30… Continue Reading

Inland Fisheries Ireland – Information Event

On Wednesday 25th January Inland Fisheries Ireland held an information event in Buswell’s Hotel on its activities over the past year, its plans for this year and the work that the organisation carried out.  Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) is the state agency responsible for the protection, management and conservation of Ireland’s inland fisheries and sea angling… Continue Reading

Speech at the annual EirGrid Conference

Address to the delegates at the annual EirGrid Conference on the theme of ‘Planning for our Energy Future’ Good morning ladies and gentlemen, Executive Director, Commissioner and distinguished guests. I must commence by offering the apologies of Minister Naughten. He had of course fully expected to be here today, speaking to you directly, but unfortunately… Continue Reading

Communications Regulation (Postal Services) (Amendment) Bill 2016: Second Stage

Minister of State at the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (Deputy Seán Kyne): I am pleased to have the opportunity to present this Bill for the consideration of the House. First, however, I want to extend apologies on behalf of the Minister, Deputy Naughten, who unfortunately has been unable to attend the House today.… Continue Reading

Over €81,000 allocated for angling development projects across Galway and Mayo

  Over €81,000 has been allocated for projects to develop and enhance angling at six locations across Galway and three locations in Mayo. The projects are part of a €500,000 national Capital Works Fund operated by Inland Fisheries Ireland. I am delighted with this investment in Galway and Mayo by Inland Fisheries Ireland which is an agency under… Continue Reading