Tag "Colm Markey"
Colm Markey has been elected the new chairman of Louth County Council at its monthly meeting this morning. The Fine Gael councillor takes over from Labour’s Paul Bell after defeating
Louth Fine Gael members desceneded on the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Dundalk last night to vote for the party’s next leader to succeed Enda Kenny. There was a 59% turnout
Local Fine Gael MEP Mairead McGuinness declared her support for Simon Coveney as the next party leader at the weekend. The Ardee woman said the current Minister for Housing had shown
Dundalk Councillor John McGahon has confirmed that he will be supporting Leo Varadkar in the Fine Gael leadership race. The St Patrick’s Terrace man is the latest local representative to
Local TD Peter Fitzpatrick has thrown his support behind Simon Coveney in the race to become the new Fine Gael leader. Deputy Fitzpatrick has said that he would be backing the current Housing Minister to succeed
Just one local Fine Gael representative has publicly declared who they feel should replace Enda Kenny as Taoiseach
Just one of the elected Fine Gael representatives in Co Louth has publicly made up their mind on who should succeed Enda Kenny as party leader and Taoiseach. Mr Kenny
Louth County Councillor Colm Markey’s name is set to go forward to Fine Gael headquarters for a Seanad nomination. The Togher man will now be in a contention for a
Independent councillor Jim Tenanty has been elected the new chairman of the Municipal District of Ardee. The local publican was elected to the position unopposed at the first meeting of
There was drama at the local election count in the Redeemer last night after a recount was ordered to decide who took the last seat available in the Dundalk-Carlingford constituency.
The Dunleer Mid-Louth Railway Station re-opening committee will hold their next public meeting in Ardee on Monday April 7th at 7.30pm. This will be open to all members of the
A committee was formed earlier this week in Dunleer, aimed at reopening the town’s train station. The station has been closed for 30 years but there has been strong calls
Fine Gael last night continued their preparations for next year’s local elections by selecting four candidates to run for the six seats in the Mid-Louth area. Sitting county councillors Jim