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Hildegarde Naughton has set her face against the prevailing blue wind by pledging support to Housing Minister Simon Coveney in the Fine Gael leadership battle, but it is an isolated stance as Galway is overwhelmingly Leo Varadkar country.
comprised of government officials and senior council representatives is to be tasked with planning and delivering major infrastructure projects for Galway.
Back in February, when the Dáil debated the hospital waiting list scandal, Fine Gael Galway West TD Hildegard Naughton fired out a press release detailing another outrageous statistic about UHG’s A&E Department - as if it had nothing to do with her party.
Three Government departments working on solution to Parkmore traffic congestion crisis, says Naughton
Three government departments are collaborating to devise a radical package of measures to address the traffic-congestion crisis at Parkmore on foot of a meeting between Minister Simon Coveney and Galway TD Hildegarde Naughton last month.
Government proposals aimed at revamping commercial rates will help create a fairer playing field for local businesses, according to Longford-Westmeath Independent Deputy, Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran.
This time last year Irish politics was in a state of paralysis; the most inconclusive general election result in the State’s history was followed by 10 weeks of protracted negotiations to form a government. One year on, and with a sense the next electoral test may not be far away, Insider has been considering the shape the various parties find themselves in and their battle plans both locally and nationally.
Local Fianna Fáil councillor, Aengus O'Rourke, has called on Minister for Housing, Simon Coveney, to re-examine aspects of the Tenant Purchase Scheme.
Fianna Fail Deputy, Robert Troy, has called on Minister for Housing, Planning and Local Government, Simon Coveney, to suspend the re-valuation process and to urgently carry out a full review of the new system.
Property owners in the private rental sector feel recent legislation governing the sector will prevent them from managing their lettings “without the fear of prosecution, sanction, or financial destruction”.
Well, here we are in another week and everything in the political world in Ireland is still in turmoil.