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David Cullinane - Health

David Cullinane is your Sinn Féin TD for Waterford.

David was elected to the Labour panel in the Seanad in 2011, having previously served as a member of Waterford City Council since 2004.

David is actively working on a number of key campaigns in Waterford, including opposition to unjust water charges, opposing cuts at University Hospital Waterford, campaigning for increased capital investment in health and education, and supporting a University for Waterford and the south-east.  

David is Sinn Féin’s National Spokesperson on Health.

Portfolio: Party Spokesperson on Health

Oireachtas Commitees: Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health, response to Covid-19

Constituency Office:
135 Barrack Street,
Waterford City
051 856066

47 Mary Street
Dungarvan
Co. Waterford
058-48673

Oireachtas office:
Leinster House
Dublin
Phone: 01 6183176
Email: [email protected]

Statements (1054)

Sinn Féin delegation meet Waterford Airport management to discuss future development14 January, 2015

Sinn Fein will continue to fight against water charges until they are stopped –Cullinane28 December, 2014

Seanad’s acceptance of Water Bill does not mean defeat - Cullinane22 December, 2014

Sinn Féin to seek numbers to petition President on Water Services Bill if passed this week21 December, 2014

Use of guillotine on Water Services Bill another broken promise from government20 December, 2014

Senator David Cullinane urges all Senators to vote against Water Service Bill18 December, 2014

Seanad should stand with the people and reject water charges - Cullinane16 December, 2014

Government threat to impose original water charges represents an outrageous attack on democratic process - Senator David Cullinane15 December, 2014

Government's Water Services Bill can be defeated in the Seanad - Senator David Cullinane14 December, 2014

Waterford Crystal settlement an important victory for workers and their union – Cullinane9 December, 2014

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