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[17 Dec 2013 | No Comment | ]

Fine Gael Dublin TD Derek Keating welcomed the latest Live Register figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO), which show that the number of people out of work in the Dublin area has dropped by 5,398 over the last 12 months.

Headline, Job creation, Lucan, News »

[25 Jul 2013 | No Comment | ]
New Post Office for Lucan confirmed!

On Wednesday evening 24th July 2013, An Post confirmed to me that it is NOW advertising for and seeking expressions of interest from retail stores for the New Lucan Post Office South of the N4. The closing date for receipt of applications is Wednesday 21st August at 5pm…

Job creation, Press Release »

[4 Feb 2013 | No Comment | ]

Fine Gael Dublin Mid West Deputy, Derek Keating, has today (Thursday) said the news by the West Dublin-based transport and tourism company, Dualway, that it is set to create 40 new jobs this year is an endorsement of the excellent service the company is delivering. Deputy Keating went on to say that this expansion is a sign of the strength of Irish businesses and their capacity to grow even in difficult circumstances.
“I have long been a proponent of the excellent work being carried out by the Dualway Group. The service …

Clondalkin, Job creation, Press Release »

[21 Nov 2012 | No Comment | ]

Deputy Keating today welcomed the restaurant chain, Nandos, which is due to open in Liffey Valley Shopping Centre on November 23rd creating an estimated 50 to 60 jobs. The restaurant has become very popular for its Portuguese dishes and already has three outlets in Dublin.

General Election priorities, Job creation »

[14 Jan 2011 | No Comment | ]
Job creation

NewERA investments will stimulate the construction sector and the wider economy in the face of the recession, supporting just over 105,000 additional jobs in four years. These will be split almost evenly between jobs directly created from the investment spending (construction, engineering etc.) and spin-off jobs from the extra consumer spending and the positive competitiveness effects of the investment programme.