Fine Gael TD for Galway West & Mayo South
Súil Siar ar 2019 – Looking Back at 2019
Marking the purchase of Aerfort Chonamara by the State

Taking the long view. Minister of State Seán Kyne on the apron of the newly State-purchased Connemara airport, Aerfort Chonamara at An Caisleán. Pic: Seán Ó Mainnín

Marking the purchase of Aerfort Chonamara by the State
Launch of Public Consultation on Islands’ Policy

Recently I launched the public consultation on a new national policy for our off-shore islands with Tánaiste Simon Coveney on Sherkin Island. Meetings and workshops will be held on all of the islands as the views and experiences of islanders are central to the policy and action plan.

Thug mé cuairt ar Oileán Sherkin le déanaí le Simon Coveney chun próiseas comhchomhairliúcháin phoiblí maidir le beartas náisiúnta do na hoileáin a sheoladh. Reáchtálfar ceardlanna comhairliúcháin le pobail na n-oileán sna seachtainí seo amach romhainn.

Launch of Public Consultation on Islands’ Policy
Príomhchathair Chultúrtha na hEorpa don bhliain 2020
Príomhchathair Chultúrtha na hEorpa don bhliain 2020
Wild Atlantic Way Map – Galway Mayo website header 1
Wild Atlantic Way Map – Galway Mayo website header 1
Wild Atlantic Way Map – Galway Mayo website header 1

Continued growth sees record employment at Enterprise Ireland-supported companies in Galway

The Enterprise Ireland results for 2019 show that there are now 8,431 people working at Enterprise Ireland-supported companies in Galway. Nationally, Enterprise Ireland backed companies are employing almost 222,000 people, the largest number in the employment agency’s 20 year history. For ten years now we have seen year-on-year growth at Enterprise Ireland-supported companies in Galway… Continue Reading

€87,000 allocated to Galway’s Animal Welfare organisations

€87,000 in funding has been awarded to 8 animal welfare organisations in Galway and is part of national funding of €2,906,000 allocated by Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed to 106 animal welfare organisations across the country. The organisations benefiting include Galway SPCA which has received €40,000, MADRA and Pro Animale Ireland… Continue Reading

€33.725 million for Galway’s National Roads in 2020

€33.725 million has been allocated for Galway’s national roads for 2020. The funding is being provided by the Government through Transport Infrastructure Ireland and represents an extra €5.79 million in funding, a 20% increase on the 2019 figure. The funding includes €15.39 million for a series of improvement works at several locations along the N59,… Continue Reading

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