D'Arcy calls on new €100 million fund to be invested in Gorey - Carnew Road (R725)

Category: Environment
Published on Friday, 07 June 2013 16:36

The Government announced on Wednesday 5th June 2013 a major investment of €100 million in the school building /road improvement programme as part of the Government's Investing in Infrastructure and Jobs package. D'Arcy said "this announcement is obviously to be welcomed and I am proposing that a portion of this new fund is used on the Carnew - Gorey Road (R725), between Ballyellis cross and Craanford (approximately 7 km). This is one of the most dangerous short stretches of road in the country and there have been 7 fatal accidents here in the …

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Major N11 upgrade to start in weeks

Category: Environment
Published on Tuesday, 30 April 2013 18:11

The Government has signed a contract with a consortium to construct the €282 million project to upgrade the N11 between Arklow and Rathnew to a four lane dual carriageway and remove the bottleneck at Newlands Cross on the N7 Limerick/Cork/Waterford Road in Dublin. Both projects have been bundled together with the N11 upgrade works starting first. N11 upgrade to start within weeks Greeting the announcement, D'Arcy stated – "The N11 upgrade will improve road safety on a notoriously dangerous stretch of road, 16.5km long between Arklow and R

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Congratulations to Helen McEntee Ireland’s newest TD!

Category: National Issues
Published on Friday, 29 March 2013 19:36

I would like to pass on my most sincere congratulations to Ireland and Fine Gael's newest TD, Helen McEntee, for Meath East.  Enda, Helen and Michael on the canvass trail in Meath.  Helen fought an incredible campaign under the most testing economic circumstances in the history of the State and I am delighted that she was victorious in the end. Helen received 9,356 first preferences (38% of the vote) and was declared elected to Dail Eireann after the third count. She is now the youngest female TD in the Dail and I am sure that she will br …

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CAP negotiations bring good news for farmers in Wexford - D'Arcy

Category: National Issues
Published on Thursday, 21 March 2013 13:22

Fine Gael Wexford Senator Michael D'Arcy, has welcomed the agreement reached by Minister for Agriculture, Simon Coveney TD, on the new round of Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) payments. “The new CAP payments brokered by Minister Coveney represents a fantastic result for farmers in Wexford. The agriculture ministers endorsed the principle of flexibility in the way in which direct payments are to be distributed within Member States. This is known here as internal convergence. This had been the outstanding issue in the negotiations from an Iri …

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75% decrease in trolley figures at Wexford Hospital

Category: National Issues
Published on Monday, 11 February 2013 18:06

Fine Gael Wexford Senator, Michael D'Arcy, today 11th February, said the reduction in the number of patients on trolleys at Wexford hospital is a sign that the Government's plan for radical reform of our health service is reaping results. “Where Wexford Hospital is concerned, the number of people on trolleys at the end of 2012 when compared with the end of 2011 was down by 75% i.e. a reduction from a staggering 3,846 patients down to 962 patients." "Comparing month by month, in January 2011, 344 people were waiting on trolleys at Wexford Ho …

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D'Arcy debates Gorey Garda station downgrading with Minister Shatter

Category: National Issues
Published on Thursday, 31 January 2013 14:13

Senator Michael D'Arcy debated strongly with Minister for Justice & Equality Alan Shatter yesterday on the rationale behind the downgrading of Gorey Garda station. Click on the picture below to view:   Full transcript: Senator Michael D'Arcy: In tabling this motion, I am trying to delve into the rationale for the decision by senior gardaí to amalgamate the Gorey and Enniscorthy districts. When this matter was first brought to my attention I raised with senior gardaí, as issues which in my view are relevant, the level of growth in …

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Generations of Public Service

michael darcy Did you know Michael Darcy Senior (Michael's Father) has served as a public representative for North Wexford and Fine Gael since the 70's, playing a huge part in various projects and amenities.

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