Welcome to my website

Welcome to my website which I hope will be a useful resource in providing helpful information while also serving as an easy way to raise any local or national issues which may be of concern to you.

I am a native of Newcastle West in Co. Limerick and I was elected to the Dáil on my first attempt in 2011. I have been re-elected in 2016 and 2020.

I was appointed Minister for Office of Public Works in 2020 having previously served as both Minister of State at the Department of Finance and Minister of State for Tourism and Sport.

It is an honour the represent Co Limerick in Dáil Éireann. I have always worked hard and to the best of my ability for our community and I look forward to continuing this work

Patrick O’Donovan

Know Where You Stand

It’s been a challenging period for everyone and Budget 2021 seeks to steer a course that will protect people as COVID-19 continues to devastate our lives and livelihoods. Investment is at an all time high to meet changing needs and to step up our response to challenges in Health, Eduction and Climate. A contingency fund of over €5 billion will be used strategically throughout the year to respond to changing needs in Health and Social Protection and in sterling Economic recovery.

Download my Know Where Your Stand guide for information on how Budget 2021 can help you and yours navigate this difficult period.

How Can I Help?

Getting through COVID-19

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Pensions & Social Welfare

Taxation

Health

Agriculture

Families & Caring

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Latest Updates

US multinational Ortec opens in Newcastle West

Local TD and Minister, Patrick O’Donovan has said that “The official opening of US multinational Ortec in Newcastle West is a fantastic occasion for the town and the wider West Limerick area, and marks the beginning of a new chapter for the economy of the town.”...

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