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 ...
Is Enda Kenny's 10% unemployment promise too ambitious? - Newstalk 106-108 fm thejournal.ieIs Enda Kenny's 10% unemployment promise too ambitious?Newstalk 106-108 fmThe latest figures from the Central Statistics Office show that there were 58,000 more people in work in September than at the same time last year. And now Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he hopes the unemployment rate will fall below 10% by 2016.'Relentless pursuit': Kenny hopes unemployment will be under 10 ...thejournal.ieKenny: There is a solution to every distressed mortgageIrish Timesvšech 7 zpravodajských článků »
Fionnan Sheahan: Enda Kenny's great gamble - Irish Independent Irish IndependentFionnan Sheahan: Enda Kenny's great gambleIrish IndependentHIS speech was being partially drowned out by a protest outside. But Enda Kenny's words were still clearly heard right across Europe. Related Articles. Ministers must give me proof of job creation – Taoiseach. Also in this section. Fionnan Sheahan: How ...Taoiseach hails bailout exit decisionRTE.ievšech 6 zpravodajských článků »
Enda Kenny proposes all-Ireland soccer team - Irish Times Irish TimesEnda Kenny proposes all-Ireland soccer teamIrish TimesRepublic of Ireland manager Martin O'Neill (R) - who is from Derry - and his assistant Roy Keane - a Corkman - commentating for ITV on the UEFA Champions League match between Real Sociedad and Manchester United in San Sebastian, Spain, earlier ...Taoiseach Enda Kenny wants all-Ireland team to play England at ...Belfast TelegraphEnda Kenny proposes an all-Ireland soccer team to play against ...The ScoreTaoiseach Enda Kenny lays laurel wreath in N IrelandITV NewsIrishCentral -BreakingNews.ievšech 34 zpravodajských článků »
ESB strike threat "last thing" public wants to see: Enda Kenny - Irish Independent ESB strike threat "last thing" public wants to see: Enda KennyIrish IndependentEnda Kenny described the threat as "damaging" and added that the prospect of disruption to the electricity supply is causing "unease and concern". Mr Kenny said the dispute at the company was not about wage cuts but instead it is over the definition of ...