Minister Humphreys announced funding to support and improve employment opportunities for disabled people.

Minister Donnelly has formally announced the establishment of the Acute Virtual Ward programme, which will commence in early 2024.

Minister Humphreys has announced a Double Child Benefit Payment will be paid tomorrow (Tuesday 5 December) to support 650,000 families with the Cost of Living.

Committee to prepare guidelines for cultural institutions on artefacts in Ireland that may have been illegally or unethically elicited or traded.

Minister Harris announced two projects in MTU that will progress to the next stage of development under the TSSPF.

Minister Hackett welcomed the award by the EU Commission of €2.2m towards a Bord Bia led organic promotion campaign.

Minister McConalogue outlined the real and tangible progress being made by farmers and the agri food chain to achieve their Climate Action Plan targets.

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has unveiled a monument to remember and celebrate the lives of all those affected by HIV and AIDS.

Minister McConalogue announced that he has approved the introduction of limited flexibility into this scheme which will allow Bord Iascaigh Mhara make payments in respect of projects approved for funding under the Brexit Processing Capital Support Scheme into early 2024.

Minister McEntee welcomed the passage of key legislation to provide An Garda Síochána with bodyworn cameras to give our Gardaí greater access to CCTV and to provide for community CCTV.