Welcoming the members of the BMB Active Retirement to the Dáil

At the Fianna Fáil Westmeath convention 2015 in the Park Hotel with Cllr. Aengus O’Rourke

At the official opening of Patterson’s Pumps Mullingar Sept. 2015

Irish Wheelchair Association, Mullingar 2015

Continuing to pursue additional funding for our Midlands Regional Hospital in Mullingar

Supporting The Attic Youth House and Cafe in Longford


Crime Meeting Kinnegad 2015

Cathoirleach Awards 2015

Canvassing in South Armagh with SDLP candidate and All Ireland Footballer Justin McNulty

Athlone Constituency Office official opening at 95 Sean Costello Street

Eclectic Arts launch

Bernie and Des Kennedy

Welcoming some constituents from St. Christopher’s Services Longford to Leinster House

Coolnahay Harbour for the re announcement of funding for the new cycle and walkway to the Longford border

I was delighted to have initiated proceedings which lead to Columb Barracks being used as a centre of excellence for Westmeath GAA

Presenting the cheque from the coffee morning to Mr. Brian Fagan of Goal Ireland to support the recovery work in the Philippines.

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Fianna Fáil will prioritise state pension and protect the elderly

Fianna Fáil candidate for Longford Westmeath Robert Troy maintains that the party will raise the State Pension, both the Contributory & Non-Contributory, by €30 over the lifetime of the Government. “Older people in Ireland deserve to be treated with respect and dignity after working hard for their whole lives. The current Government has treated the elderly with a lack of respect, raising the state pension by a measly €3. Fianna Fáil has always been committed to protecting our elderly and has a track record of delivering for older people. If elected we will increase...
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Troy outlines Fianna Fáil Health priorities

Local Fianna Fáil general election candidate Robert Troy has outlined the party’s health priorities for the next five years. Fianna Fáil is proposing an additional €1.3billion of investment in services in a targeted programme directing resources where they are needed most. “The current crisis in health services is based fundamentally on five years of failed Fine Gael policies and an obsession with managing the media rather than managing the health service. The first thing we'll do is to end Fine Gael's damaging changes and return the emphasis to investing in public health services,” said...
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