McEntee welcomes national funding increase of almost 10% for roads in Meath

Monday, 30th January 2017 “I want to join with my party colleagues in Meath in welcoming the increased funding from national level for roads in Meath.  This years figures stand at €13,490,518, compared to €12,271,812 this time last year.  This represents a increase in money terms of €1,218,706 or 9.93% in percentages terms for 2017… Read More McEntee welcomes national funding increase of almost 10% for roads in Meath

Minister of State Helen McEntee welcomes Navan-Kingscourt Greenway project proposal

Monday, 30th January 2017 McEntee welcomes Navan/Kingscourt Greenway meeting with Minister O’Donovan Local Minister and Meath East Fine Gael T.D. Helen McEntee has welcomed a recent meeting held at her request with Cllr. Eugene Cassidy and Fine Gael’s Junior Minister at the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport Patrick O’Donovan regarding the proposed Navan to… Read More Minister of State Helen McEntee welcomes Navan-Kingscourt Greenway project proposal

Minister McEntee launches the Meath Age Friendly Strategy 2017-2020

25.1.2017 Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People Helen McEntee TD today launched the Meath Age Friendly Strategy 2017-2020. The Meath Age Friendly County Programme was launched in 2011, is hosted under the leadership of the Meath County Council, and is supported by Age Friendly Ireland. An age friendly county is a place… Read More Minister McEntee launches the Meath Age Friendly Strategy 2017-2020

Meath Dads already benefitting from new paid paternity benefit – McEntee

20th January, 2017 Fine Gael TD & for Meath & Minister of State, Helen McEntee, has said that Meath Dads are already benefitting from the Government’s new paid paternity benefit scheme, and is encouraging prospective fathers to apply. “Paid Paternity Benefit became available at the beginning of September last year and is paid at a… Read More Meath Dads already benefitting from new paid paternity benefit – McEntee

McEntee re-assures Meath OAPs that Free Travel Pass in not in jeopardy

Friday, 20th January 2017 “I want to reassure older people in Meath that despite media speculation this week at national level, no changes to the free travel pass are planned. I want to further state to my older constituents and those with disabilities that as Minister for Mental Health and Older People this an issue… Read More McEntee re-assures Meath OAPs that Free Travel Pass in not in jeopardy

Minister McEntee to launch consultation process on the establishment of a new statutory homecare scheme – Report on the provision of homecare in other countries to be published shortly

16.1.2017 Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee TD, has today announced that a consultation process is to be launched, with a view to establishing a new statutory homecare scheme. The process will begin in the coming months. Meanwhile, a review by the Health Research Board (HRB) of the way in… Read More Minister McEntee to launch consultation process on the establishment of a new statutory homecare scheme – Report on the provision of homecare in other countries to be published shortly

Minister McEntee to launch consultation process on the establishment of a new statutory homecare scheme

Monday 16th January 2016 Minister of State for Mental Health and Older People, Helen McEntee TD, has today announced that a consultation process is to be launched, with a view to establishing a new statutory homecare scheme. The process will begin in the coming months. Meanwhile, a review by the Health Research Board (HRB) of… Read More Minister McEntee to launch consultation process on the establishment of a new statutory homecare scheme