News Archive

  1. Fingal County Council urged to apply for share of massive €3.8 billion social housing fund November 27, 2014 Labour TD Brendan Ryan has called on Fingal County Council to ensure it applies without delay for its share of the €3.8billion …
  2. New website launched to help local parents get back to work November 14, 2014 Labour has launched a website to promote back to work schemes, particularly the new Family Dividend announced in Budget 2015 that …
  3. Funding allocated for Castlemills Access Road October 15, 2014 Brendan Ryan TD, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has welcomed the allocation by Fingal County Council of €1.5 million over …
  4. €2.2 billion investment in social housing result of Labour in Government October 14, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal and Chair of the Labour Party internal committee on Housing has welcomed …
  5. Dublin Fingal Jobs Figures: Swords shows biggest percentage drop in Live register Figures in Dublin October 2, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has welcomed the continued downward trend in Live Register figures in North …
  6. Individual bicycle lockers planned for Skerries train station March 26, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has welcomed the news he has received from the CEO of Irish Rail that individual …
  7. Ryan calls on Aer Lingus to drop their legal action against SIPTU March 20, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has today called on Aer Lingus to drop their legal action against the Trade …
  8. 12 new social housing units in Swords March 11, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has welcomed the news from Minister Jan O’Sullivan that €68 million is being …
  9. Ryan welcomes €15m fund for redevelopment of vacant local authority housing March 10, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has welcomed the launch of a €15m fund that will see vacant local authority …
  10. Dublin North jobs figures March 6, 2014 Brendan Ryan, Labour Party TD for Dublin Fingal, has welcomed the further decrease in the national figures for unemployment. At …
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