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Charlie McConalogue
Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine. Fianna Fáil TD for Donegal.
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The Week in Politics 17h
On at 12pm tomorrow, talks to Minister for Agriculture FF TD , SF TD , PBP and Ind TD . Tune in tomorrow for political discussion and analysis of
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Charlie McConalogue Oct 22
It was good to@speak with you too Ambassador and I look forward to working closely with you
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Paul Johnston Oct 22
a pleasure to talk to this morning. We discussed the importance of getting good outcomes for the UK and Ireland in the FTA negotiations. And I looked forward to meeting him actually, in Dublin and Donegal!
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LEO Donegal Oct 21
Lots of learnings and discussion at today’s national day with and . It’s only 72 days till Britain leaves the EU and businesses must prepare for the changes that Brexit will bring...
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IFJCaitriona Oct 20
CAP coverage for is brought to you by and coffee on the night shift.
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Irish Farmers' Association Oct 20
Minister addressing the EU Council of Ministers just now in Luxembourg. Attempts are continuing to reach agreement on CAP.
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Stephen Donnelly Oct 19
We know the decision announced tonight to move to Level 5 will be really tough for many people. The decision was made to save lives and protect our health service so that all healthcare, Covid and non Covid, can continue. More details are available here:
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Charlie McConalogue Oct 19
Arrangement for livestock marts in level 5: sales will move to online only; sellers to drop animals off, buyers can be facilitated to inspect stock in pens by appointment, but bidding process is online only.
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Fianna Fáil Oct 19
An Taoiseach has clarified that from midnight on Wednesday the entire country will move to for a period of 6 weeks. Here is what the restrictions allow:
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Dept of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Oct 18
Minister will attend the EU Council in Luxembourg this week - a key meeting as we approach the conclusion of negotiations on the
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Dept of Agriculture, Food and the Marine Oct 16
Advance payments under the 2020 Basic Payment Scheme (), including Greening, worth €781 million, have commenced today to 118,000 farmers Minister said payments continue to issue in most efficient way to ensure delivery of vital supports
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Letterkenny Chamber #lovelocal #staysafe Oct 16
Chamber Board on Zoom meeting with on restrictions in . Discussed with Minister challenges for Business with closure, clearer communication from Govt, level playing field with NI and contact tracing.
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MerrionStreet.ie #StaySafe #HoldFirm Oct 16
Government has decided that from midnight October 16th, the Counties of Cavan, Donegal & Monaghan will be placed at Level 4, under the plan for living with Covid-19.
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Fianna Fáil Oct 14
For Agriculture sees an 11% increase in spending to not only protect farmers from , but for an increase in environmental measures, as well as the creation of a National Food Ombudsman by
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Amy Forde Oct 14
At the briefing this morning. Minister says it is a "very positive budget" and that a key priority coming into the budget was the continuation of schemes such as GLAS, BDGP.
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AgriLand Oct 14
Minister McConalogue gives a briefing on his department’s allocation in Budget 2021 in Dublin Castle this morning
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The IHF Oct 14
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Charlie McConalogue Oct 13
Very happy to announce a budget that delivers an 11% funding increase on last year in order to support farmers, fishermen and the food sector at a time of very significant challenge. See further details in my statement below
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Charlie McConalogue Oct 13
Arriving for Cabinet meeting at Dublin Castle this morning to agree a which I’m confident will deliver for our Agriculture, Food and Marine sectors by protecting incomes and addressing challenges arising from and
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Michael McGrath Oct 12
Working on my speech for tomorrow’s Budget. Looking forward along with to giving a sense of hope to our country - backed up with very significant financial resources - that we will meet the huge challenges we face. We will get through this.
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