“I believe insufficient time has gone into debating the Bill, which could have allowed these issues to be addressed.”
SITA, the leading IT provider to the air transport and communications industry, are significantly expanding their Agile DevOps teams in Letterkenny to develop the next generation of its highly successful SITA AT AIRPORTS portfolio. Deputy Joe McHugh, said the planned expansion highlights the company’s continued commitment to Ireland and the North-West. “I am really pleased […]
THE most senior employee of the Fine Gael party will turn the key in his office door for the last time this evening. Tom Curran is retiring as the party’s General Secretary after twenty-one years in the post. It’s not too often in politics that somebody can exit on their own terms but having reached […]
We are taking the responsible step and the only way I can see it working is by Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil coming together.
A county with the reputation as being the most conservative in Ireland now has three left-learning TDs elected on a combined vote of over 52 per cent
In a nail biting end to General Election 2020 in Donegal, here are the following results: Pat the Cope Gallagher (FF) -+928, overall vote: 11, 074 Advertisement Charlie McConalogue (FF) -+1,162, total vote 11, 432 Joe McHugh (FG) – + 1,184, total votes 12,104 Thomas Pringle (Non Party) – +1, 490, total votes 12, […]
UP to 5,000 new voters will be eligible to cast their vote in next
month’s General Election in Donegal.
“It means this Government is spending a total of €75m is being spent on national, regional and local roads in Donegal in 2020 – A huge spend!
Minister for Education and Skills Joe McHugh T.D. has described meeting Pope Francis in the Vatican as a moment of incredible warmth.
Mr McNulty has confirmed that up to a dozen Fine Gael candidates have indicated that they are putting their names forward.