Is polaiteoir Éireannach é Éanna Ó Coinnigh (nó Éanna Ó Cionnaith uaireanta) (24 Aibreán, 1951 a rugadh é) nó Enda Kenny mar is fearr aithne air as Béarla. Is é an 12ú Taoiseach ar Phoblacht na hÉireann ó 9 Márta 2011 chomh maith le bheith ina cheannaire ar Fhine Gael. Vótáladh isteach don chéad uair é sa bhliain 1975 ó dháilcheantar Mhaigh Eo, agus é ag teacht i gcomharbas ar a athair, Henry Kenny.
Is é an Teachta Dála is faide seirbhís gan bhriseadh ('Athair na Dála') i nDáil Éireann faoi láthair agus is é an chéad cheannaire ar Fhine Gael ó rialtas ...
On reading Frank Mc Donald's article in The Irish Times on Monday, January 31, entitled 'Kenny sees old railway as a tourist trail', I was shocked and disappointed to read in the article that Enda Kenny would lend support to this walking and cycling greenway on the existing railway line from Claremorris to Sligo.
This railway track is vital if we are to ensure that the Western Rail Corridor will be completed in the future.I am calling on Enda Kenny to affirm his commitment to the completion of the Western Rail Corridor.As chairperson of Smart Travel Castlebar, an ...
Fluent Irish speaker Enda Kenny is to end compulsory teaching of the language if put into power.
The Fine Gael leader confirmed his party's election manifesto includes proposals to abolish the subject's mandatory status in the Leaving Certificate.
In an interview on Raidio na Gaeltachta's Adhmhaidin morning show, Mr Kenny said Irish as a compulsory class had clearly failed.
KING of the political spinners Alastair Campbell has warned Enda Kenny he "will have to deal with far worse people" than Vincent Browne if he becomes Taoiseach.
The Fine Gael leader today stuck to his risky refusal to attend the campaign's first televised debate even though TV3 has offered to replace Browne as chair.
But it seems to be a case of three strikes and Enda is definitely out of the showdown.
At the third time of asking the Fine Gael leader has eventually settled on an excuse for not attending tomorrow night's TV3 showdown -- he'll be at a public ...
Enda Kenny: Government will get back every euro put into banks - Irish Times Irish TimesEnda Kenny: Government will get back every euro put into banksIrish TimesThe Government expects to get back every euro the Irish taxpayer put into the banks since it came into office, Taoiseach Enda Kenny has told the Dáil. “That is what negotiation is about, that is what a growing economy is about,'' he added. Rounding on ...Enda Kenny condemns verbal attack on President as 'deplorable'Irish IndependentEnda Kenny tells International Monetary Fund to butt out of ...Irish MirrorEnda Kenny tells banks to make debt deals with homeownersHerald.ieAgriland -Belfast Telegraph -Newstalk 106-108 fmvšech 29 zpravodajských článků »
Michael Lowry denies note to Enda Kenny was sexist - Irish Times Irish TimesMichael Lowry denies note to Enda Kenny was sexistIrish TimesThe Independent TD for Tipperary Michael Lowry has denied a handwritten note he sent to Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the Dáil last week reflected cronyism or sexism. The note to Mr Kenny asked the Taoiseach to consider reappointing a former PR adviser to ...Exclusive: Ex-minister passes note to Taoiseach seeking 'crony ...Irish IndependentAndrew Lynch: Lowry's 'Lovely Girls' note makes Enda look bad tooHerald.ieLowry defends note to KennyNenagh GuardianNewstalk 106-108 fmvšech 34 zpravodajských článků »
Enda Kenny is finally waking up to house repossession blitz - Irish Independent Irish IndependentEnda Kenny is finally waking up to house repossession blitzIrish IndependentEnda Kenny wanted to meet the head of the Insolvency Service of Ireland to get a read on the whole thing. Why are more people not using the service? Are the banks to blame? Are there strategic defaulters? Did we not give the banks billions to absorb ...a další »
Pride of Ireland awards 2015: Taoiseach Enda Kenny leads tributes ... - Irish Mirror Irish MirrorPride of Ireland awards 2015: Taoiseach Enda Kenny leads tributes ...Irish MirrorBacking the awards last night, Taoiseach Enda Kenny said: “This is Ireland in heart and spirit, in deed and fact. “This is who we are and I feel humbled by the stories we have heard, to know that people are working quietly every day making a huge ...