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Supplementary budget will not return under Fine Gael

Longford/Westmeath Fine Gael TD, Peter Burke, has responded to a call from Fianna Fáil Social Protection spokesperson, Willie O’Dea, for a supplementary budget to be introduced.

Fine Gael Councillor welcomes allocation of funds for road upgrades

Cllr. John Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €40,000 for the upgrade of the road network servicing the Cluain Broc, Daneshill and Danesfort estates in Monksland.

Ann Flaherty to run for Fine Gael in Connemara

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Ann Flaherty, who has worked as constituency secretary for Minister of State Seán Kyne, has been selected to run for Fine Gael in Connemara for the upcoming Local Elections.

Two seat challenge for Fine Gael candidates at local election launch

As polling day fast approaches, the local election campaigns of Athlone Fine Gael candidates, Cllr. John Dolan and Alan Shaw took centre stage at the Shamrock Lodge Hotel on Monday night.

Fine Gael adds candidate in Castlebar

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The Fine Gael Executive Council has added Donna Sheridan as a candidate for the Castlebar local election area in Mayo.

McFadden and Burke to run for Fine Gael in next election

 

Galway - welcome to Varadkar country?

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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.

Galway - welcome to Varadkar country

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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.

The 'Enda' of an era for Kenny

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The months of speculation finally came to an end on Wednesday evening when Enda Kenny announced his decision to step down as leader of Fine Gael — the party he has led for just short of 15 years. Mr Kenny will be stepping down as Taoiseach, once a new Fine Gael party leader is elected by the party and a new Taoiseach is elected by the Dáil.

New Year’s Resolutions 2016? You decide...

Hello to everyone post-Christmas 2015 as we face into the new year.

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