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Wicklow Courthouse Must Be Refurbished

Wicklow Courthouse Must Be Refurbished

Fianna Fáil is making the restoration of Wicklow’s Courthouse a priority and we need your help. When the courthouse closed almost a decade ago, we were promised that it would return. Assurances were given in 2015 that works would begin soon. Two years later we are still waiting. The courthouse is now one of only...
Discussing opportunities with Wicklow Businesses

Discussing opportunities with Wicklow Businesses

I recently met with the Wicklow Town & District Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday and representatives of the Arklow Business Association on Friday ahead of Budget 2015. There are some issues that are affecting businesses in both towns; commercial rates, social welfare traps and the need to cut of red tape for businesses were all...
Donnelly and McWilliams talk Economics with Wicklow Students

Donnelly and McWilliams talk Economics with Wicklow Students

Last week, myself and Economist David McWilliams visited Collaiste Chill Mhantain, Wicklow Town, to participate in a debate with students on whether Ireland should leave the Euro. The level of debate amongst Collaiste Chill Mhantain’s economic students was hugely impressive. The students are a credit to their parents and teachers. Monetary policy, the banking crisis,...

Greystones & Wicklow | Welcome progress on primary care centres

Stephen Donnelly, the Independent TD for Wicklow and East Carlow, has welcomed a statement from the Minister for Health, James Reilly, confirming that progress has been made towards the opening of new primary care centres in Wicklow and Greystones.

Statement | Donnelly welcomes reprieve for Wicklow Primary Care Centre

Health Minister agrees to Donnelly’s call for all options to be explored to secure future of Wicklow Primary Care Centre The Independent TD for Wicklow and East Carlow, Stephen Donnelly TD, today welcomed the commitment from the Minister for Health, James Reilly, to “explore all options” as a matter of urgency to ensure the proposed...