McEntee highlights need for aggressive Agri-food marketing post-Brexit at Nobber Fair Day

Monday, 27th June 2016 “Amongst many important local events from a tourism and agri-food perspective held in Meath this weekend, one of the most enjoyable was my own local Nobber Fair Day. Revived a number a years ago, Nobber Fair Day is a about a sense of parish and place, and a connection to times… Read More McEntee highlights need for aggressive Agri-food marketing post-Brexit at Nobber Fair Day

Post Brexit: Tourism VAT rate of 9% must be retained to defend Irish Tourism – McEntee

Friday, 24th June 2016 Local Minister for Mental Health and Older People, and Meath East Fine Gael T.D. Helen McEntee used the Hay Festival in Kells and the Taste of the Boyne Valley event in Kilsaran Home, Dunboyne this weekend to highlight the importance of the 9% Tourism VAT rate to Co. Meath and Irish… Read More Post Brexit: Tourism VAT rate of 9% must be retained to defend Irish Tourism – McEntee

Speech on Motion on the Arts in the Dáil on Wednesday 22nd June ‘ 16

Minister of State at the Department of Health (Deputy Helen McEntee):   I welcome the opportunity to conclude the debate and wish Deputy Niamh Smyth well in her new role. As has my colleague, I also welcome the visitors in the Gallery. When one thinks of the arts, one thinks of music, song, dance and laughter but… Read More Speech on Motion on the Arts in the Dáil on Wednesday 22nd June ‘ 16

Minister McEntee welcomes the publication of the Mental Health Commission’s Annual Report for 2015

Ms Helen McEntee T.D., Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, today (20th June 2016) welcomed the publication of the Mental Health Commission Annual Report for 2015, which includes the Report of the Inspector of Mental Health Services. The Report provides further confirmation of the need to continue towards developing a complete community-based… Read More Minister McEntee welcomes the publication of the Mental Health Commission’s Annual Report for 2015

Meath and Brexit: Letter to the Editor of the Meath Chronicle

Meath and Brexit Letter to the Editor of the Meath Chronicle Dear Editor, I write to compliment the Meath Chambers of Commerce and local Business Councils on their public information meeting on the implications of Brexit – a British withdrawl from the European Union, in the Headfort Arms Hotel recently. Amongst many good speakers at… Read More Meath and Brexit: Letter to the Editor of the Meath Chronicle

Minister Helen McEntee welcomes 10th National Annual Carers’ Week 

The Minister for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee TD,  welcomes the 10th National Annual Carers’ Week, which runs from the 13th to the 19th of June.    The Minister said: “Caring is a truly special calling, and carers are very special people.  Every day in this country, tens of thousands of people provide care for parents,… Read More Minister Helen McEntee welcomes 10th National Annual Carers’ Week 

Gormanstown College gets funding boost – McEntee

Gormanstown College gets funding boost – McEntee Kentstown National School to receive extra classroom also Local Minister for Mental Health and Older People, and Meath East Fine Gael T.D. Helen McEntee, has welcomed the news that Gormanstown College has received a funding boost under the category “Additional Accomodation Approvals” from the Department of Education and… Read More Gormanstown College gets funding boost – McEntee