McEntee welcomes Brexit-focussed budget which will support businesses in Meath

Thursday, 12th October 2017 Funding from Budget 2018 will support businesses in Meath, ensuring they are supported to face the challenges of Brexit, Fine Gael T.D. and Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee has stated. Minister McEntee said: “I am delighted to see that An Tánaiste, Frances Fitzgerald has secured a €40 million increase in… Read More McEntee welcomes Brexit-focussed budget which will support businesses in Meath

Budget funding will ensure Meath’s farming community is Brexit-proof – McEntee

Thursday, 12th October 2017 Funding from Budget 2018 will ensure the farming community in Meath is Brexit-proof, Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee T.D. has said. The Minister for European Affairs Helen McEntee stated: “I am delighted to announce an extra €64 million in funding was secured for the agricultural sector in Budget 2018. “This… Read More Budget funding will ensure Meath’s farming community is Brexit-proof – McEntee

Better access, more help for families and more supports for mental health, and older and vulnerable people, in Budget 2018 – McEntee

Thursday, 12th October 2017 The Minister for European Affairs and Meath East T.D. Helen McEntee has said that regarding the Health system, Budget 2018 delivers better access, more help for families and more supports for disability, mental health, and older and vulnerable people. Minister McEntee, who was based in the Department of Health as Minister… Read More Better access, more help for families and more supports for mental health, and older and vulnerable people, in Budget 2018 – McEntee

McEntee welcomes retention of the Meath / Louth Boundary

Monday, 6th March 2017 “I welcome the news that the County Boundary between Meath and Louth near Drogheda is to be retained.  This is more than a ancient territorial issue or waving of the County colours. Meath County Council has made a significant financial contribution in terms of infrastructure and other supports to encourage and… Read More McEntee welcomes retention of the Meath / Louth Boundary

Minister for Mental Health Helen McEntee welcomes formal recognition of Traveller Ethnicity

Wednesday 1st March 2017 Speaking this evening (Wednesday 1st March), Minister for Mental Health Helen Mc Entee has warmly welcomed today’s announcement, saying “I am delighted to welcome the formal recognition of Traveller ethnicity. We know that Travellers can experience barriers to mental health services, such as social and cultural stigma. We know that Travellers… Read More Minister for Mental Health Helen McEntee welcomes formal recognition of Traveller Ethnicity

McEntee welcomes €300,000 in funding for Solstice Arts Centre

13th February, 2017 Fine Gael TD & Minister of State Helen McEntee, for Meath East has today (Monday) welcomed the announcement from the Minister for Arts, Heritage, Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs, Heather Humphreys TD, that the Solstice Arts Centre in Navan is set to receive €300,000 in funding from her Department. Minister Humphreys made… Read More McEntee welcomes €300,000 in funding for Solstice Arts Centre