Carthy conveys sympathies to people of Cresslough in Dáil statements – Matt Carthy TD Cavan Monaghan Sinn Féin TD, Matt Carthy, spoke on behalf of his party during statements in the Dáil on Tuesday following the horrendous tragedy that
Gerry Adams in conversation – Carrickamcross One of the most influential figures in recent Irish history will be in Carrickmacross next Thursday for a public engagement following the publication of his new book ‘Black Mountain and other stories’.
Campaign for truth on Dublin Monaghan bombings must continue – Matt Carthy TD Cavan Monaghan Sinn Fein TD, Matt Carthy, attended a memorial event at Talbot Street, Dublin which marked the 48th anniversary of the Dublin-Monaghan bombings. Carthy
Carthy hails seismic northern election results Cavan Monaghan Sinn Féin TD, Matt Carthy, has congratulated his party colleagues north of the border on what he described as ‘seismic’ Assembly election results. The return of Sinn Féin as the
Not a single affordable home to be delivered in either Monaghan or Cavan! Neither Monaghan nor Cavan will see a single affordable home delivered within the next five years, according to the government’s own targets. Cavan Monaghan Sinn
Conference on Irish Unity to take place in Monaghan A conference, organised by a Sinn Féin TD but open to those of all political percussions will take place in Monaghan next week asking the important question: “Is it time
Government policy ‘actively increasing cost-of-living’ – Matt Carthy TD Sinn Féin spokesperson on Agriculture, Matt Carthy TD, has said that rather than supporting families during a cost-of-living crisis, government policy is adding to the spiralling costs they face.
“Out-of-touch government doing nothing to address rising Energy and Fuel costs” – Matt Carthy TD Cavan Monaghan Sinn Féin TD, Matt Carthy, has called on the government to wake up to crisis caused by rising energy and fuel costs
“Government must save Clones & Castleblayney Bank of Ireland branches” Sinn Féin online Public Meeting hears call for action The government must use its substantial stake in the Bank of Ireland to prevent the closures of local branches