2015 is the year to build on this
“This year unemployment dropped by 14.89% in Kerry, €8,665,389.60 went towards capital spend for schools in the county and 6 Garda cars came on stream the area” says Minister Jimmy Deenihan.
“There is no doubt that 2014 has been a challenging year for the people of Kerry. We have been coming out of the most difficult recession in the history of the State and this does not happen overnight. Major progress has been made however, and the same can be expected for 2015.
Deenihan Welomes the Announcement of Approved Payment of Over €2 Million to the 4 Regional Airports.
Minister Jimmy Deenihan welcomes the announcement by Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD that he has approved payment of just over €2 million to the 4 regional airports, Kerry, Knock, Waterford and Donegal. under the current Regional Airports Programme.
Kerry Airport is to receive €616,830 under the Programme.
Deenihan Welcomes the Announcement of the allocation of capital grants to 3 youth projects in County Kerry
Minister Jimmy Deenihan welcomes the announcement today by Dr James Reilly TD, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs regarding the allocation of capital grants to 3 youth projects in County Kerry for small to medium scale equipment and upgrade projects.
Fine Gael TD for Kerry North/West Limerick, Jimmy Deenihan TD said today that balancing payments for farmers under the 2014 Single Farm Payment Scheme will begin on 1st December. The payments totalling €25,865,347.30 will benefit 6,925 farmers in County Kerry.
PSO contracts for regional air services on Donegal-Dublin and Kerry-Dublin routes announced.
The Minister for Transport Tourism and Sport, Paschal Donohoe TD, has announced today that he is to retain the Public Service Obligation (PSO) Donegal-Dublin and Kerry-Dublin routes.
On Tuesady 11 November 6 p.m. Bill O Herlihy, chairman of the Irish Film Board, will launch the DVD ‘Rivers of Words: The Collection’ on six writers from North Kerry—John B. Keane, Bryan MacMahon, George Fitzmaurice, Brendan Kennelly, Maurice Walsh, and Thomas MacGreevy at the Irish Film Institute—Eustace Street. The film brings together for the first time the life stories of these six famous writers.
Minister Jimmy Deenihan has welcomed the measures contained in today’s Budget which could greatly help young farmers overcome the significant hurdle of accessing land to farm. Minister Deenihan also highlighted the fact that the Agriculture budget has increased for the first time since 2009.
“By encouraging young farmers to farm, the measures announced today will allow us to achieve the maximum potential output from our biggest indigenous industry.