Key questions remain unanswered as Climate Bill rushed through the Dáil

In Agriculture, Environment, Families, Jobs, News by Denis Naughten

We get answers to legitimate questions asked here in Dáil Eireann on the impact of the Climate Action and Low Carbon Development (Amendment) Bill before we consider Report Stage in the Dáil tomorrow.   On the financial impacts alone, we are still without basic answers.   On 19th May I asked the Taoiseach to ensure that we have sight of the …

60 jobs for Ballinasloe with Chanelle expansion – Naughten

In Business & Jobs, East Galway, Jobs, Local Issues, News, South Roscommon by Denis Naughten

Confirmation of €5m investment by Chanelle Pharma which will create 60 jobs in Creagh, Ballinasloe, is “a major boost to the Town of Ballinasloe and the wider region” says Denis Naughten TD. “This investment by Chanelle not only helps to replace jobs lost last year as result of the closure of Aptar but is a major vote of confidence in …

Naughten confirms €1.25m to fix non-public roads throughout Roscommon & Galway

In Families, Infrastructure, Jobs, Local Issues, News, Older People, Tourism by Denis Naughten

Local TDand Cathaoirleach of the Dáil Rural Development Committee, Denis Naughten, has confirmed an allocation of €1.25m to repair approximately 180 small but important private/non-public roads throughout County Roscommon & Galway. The funding has been allocated by the Government under the Local Improvement Scheme. “Roscommon is set to receive €375,000 and Galway has been allocated €877,00 under this scheme, which …

Dáil Committee must be established to design 3rd banking force – Naughten

In Business & Jobs, Jobs, News, Posts by Topic by Denis Naughten

Denis Naughten TD has called for the establishment of a cross party Dáil Committee which, supported by the State, would design and build on the key elements of a third banking force. Deputy Naughten made his comments after the announcement this morning by KBC Bank that it was in discussions with Bank of Ireland which could lead to its exit …

Rural strategy right but will Dublin decisionmakers deliver it? asks Naughten

In Agriculture, Business & Jobs, Environment, Families, Infrastructure, Jobs, Local Issues, News, Older People, Tourism, Young People by Denis Naughten

Plan can bring life into village streets   Denis Naughten TD, Chair of the Dáil’s Rural Affairs Committee, has welcomed the Government’s Rural Future plan which he says, if delivered, will give families a real option of living in their own home in a rural community instead of renting in Dublin City. However, Denis Naughten has warned that the key …

€500k investment for Mote Forest Park – Naughten

In Families, Health, Infrastructure, Jobs, Mid-Roscommon, News, Older People, Tourism, Young People by Denis Naughten

Local TD Denis Naughten has welcomed the allocation of €500,000 for the Mote Park outdoor recreation trail experience and a cycle link to the Beara Breffni Way on the River Suck. The funding from Minister Heather Humphreys will be used to develop traditional ground trails through the park as well as new vertical trails and a vertical walkway viewing tower …

Dáil Committee must be established to design 3rd banking force – Naughten

In Business & Jobs, Families, Infrastructure, Jobs, News, Older People by Denis Naughten

Denis Naughten TD has called for the establishment of a cross party Dáil Committee which, supported by the State, would design and builds on the key elements of a third banking force. Addressing a series of meetings following the planned closure of Bank of Ireland branches across provincial Ireland, Denis Naughten said: “We have two distinct customer bases that are …

€176m of electricity charges to be demolished as Minister leaves future of Midland plants to ESB – Naughten

In Business & Jobs, East-Roscommon, Energy, Environment, Families, Infrastructure, Jobs, Mid-Roscommon, News, South Roscommon by Denis Naughten

Denis Naughten TD has said that he is disappointed with the “hands off” approach being taken by the Minister for Energy Eamon Ryan to the potential future use of the two midland peat power stations at Lanesboro and Shannonbridge. Deputy Naughten made his comments after questioning the Minister in the Dáil last night where Minister Ryan stated that the ESB …

Why is support for our Post Offices always one report away from action? asks Naughten

In Business & Jobs, Families, Infrastructure, Jobs, News by Denis Naughten

Three years ago a decision was taken by the Government to put more State work through the post office network as part of the An Post recovery plan and now we have a Government announcement on the establishment of another group to look into the possibility of this happening, says Denis Naughten TD “Why is support for our post offices …

Committee on Social Protection, Community and Rural Development and the Islands calls for submissions as part of its pre-budget scrutiny process

In Disability, Families, Jobs, News, Older People by Denis Naughten

As part of its pre-budget scrutiny process, the Joint Committee on Social Protection, Community & Rural Development & the Islands, is inviting written submissions from Members of the Public, Stakeholders and interested parties. The Joint Committee has agreed to undertake a detailed examination and review of the 2021 Estimates, once published, for both the Department of Social Protection and the …