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Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle, has said that Wednesday's Live Register figures provide further evidence that the economic recovery is firmly underway. The seasonally adjusted figures show that 3,500 people were removed from the live register in October. As a result the unemployment fell from 11.1% to 11%, the lowest rate since 2009. […]
World Food Day theme is Family Farms: Feeding the world Fine Gael TD for Wicklow-East Carlow and Chairman of the Oireachtas Joint Committee on Agriculture, Food and the Marine has said today (Thursday) that UN World Food Day is an opportunity to consider the vital role Irish agriculture can play in resolving hunger and poverty. […]
Funding increase for Agriculture for first time since 2009 Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow and Chair of the Oireachtas Agriculture Committee, Andrew Doyle, has said that the measures contained in today’s Budget could greatly help young farmers overcome the significant hurdle of accessing land to farm. Deputy Doyle also highlighted the fact that the […]
Fine Gael TD for Wicklow/East Carlow, Andrew Doyle, has said that the Budget signifies the definite intention by this Government to restore stability and confidence in our economy. “The Budget marks the first year of a three year strategic economic approach which will lead to a healthier economic outlook and improved investor confidence. Our recent […]
Top Adventure Specialists recognise Irelands Potentiel for unique adventure experiences Andrew Doyle TD has welcomed the success of the Adventure Travel World Summit 2014 hosted for the first time in Ireland and sees the awarding of the prestigious Enduro World Series international cycle race to Wicklow as proof of our ability to compete globally […]
GDP and GNP figures show stable recovery is underway Fine Gael TD for Wicklow, Andrew Doyle, has welcomed the CSO Quarterly figures released today which shows that the Irish economy is now the strongest in the EU. Between the first and second quarters of the year, Gross Domestic Product(GDP) grew by 1.5 per cent (compared […]