“The Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O'Sullivan has announced the introduction of two new policies which will support the sustainability of small schools. This will come as very welcome news to many small schools throughout County Kerry”, says Jimmy Deenihan, Minister of State with responsibility for the Diaspora and Fine Gael TD for Kerry.
“Old Young Farmers’ are a group of farmers under the age of 40 who did not qualify for significant young farmer supports under the new CAP reform, as they had been farming for more than the five years.
“The IDA is to invest in buildings in Kerry as part of the Action Plan for Jobs – Regional launched today (Wednesday) by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD”, says Minister of State with special responsibility for the Diaspora and TD for Kerry, Jimmy Deenihan.
Latest CSO figures show significantly more people are at work since the launch of the Action Plan for Jobs in 2012
“Live Register Figures show that unemployment has dropped for 31 months in a row and that in County Kerry there has been a fall of 19.78% This is very much to be welcomed” says Minister Jimmy Deenihan
“Another drop in the Live Register in January emphasises that the economy is in recovery and that more people are entering the jobs market. I am particularly encouraged that the Live Register here in Kerry has dropped by 19.78% since the launch of the Action Plan for Jobs in 2012.
“Minister for Diaspora, Jimmy Deenihan today welcomed the announcement by The Minister for Transport, Tourism & Sport, Paschal Donohoe of an investment of €12,774,206 for regional and local roads in County Kerry.
Minister for the Diaspora, Jimmy Deenihan, TD, leaves today for a four day visit to Washington DC and Boston where he will discuss immigration reform with key members of Congress; meet business leaders and visit organisations which support Irish citizens.