Martin has flip-flopped on the Seanad and didn’t introduce any reform when he had the chance - Doherty
Fine Gael's Deputy Director of Elections for the Seanad Abolition Referendum, Regina Doherty TD, has today (Tuesday) criticised Fianna Fáil leader, Micheál Martin TD, for flip flopping on the Seanad, and described his current stance as hypocritical in the extreme, as Deputy Martin did nothing to reform the Seanad during his time as a senior member of Government.
35 new jobs a welcome boost for Clonskeagh
Western Union are helping to spread the benefits of Ireland's success in attracting international financial services beyond the IFSC to Clonskeagh
30 new jobs in Sysnet Global Solutions a good boost for Carrickmines
Sysnet Global Solutions expands operations with €1.34m R&D investment programme with support from Government
€75 bn cut could ease our burden
Austerity will only take Ireland so far; we need debt writedown
Mathews calls on Minister to revisit Government Policy on Fee Charging Schools
Dublin South Fine Gael TD Peter Mathews, today, Thursday raised the issue of Government Policy on Fee- Charging Schools with the Minister in a special Dáil debate.
€448,000 in funding for Loughlinstown and St. Vincent's Hospitals
New hospital ward, step down beds and 229 assisted discharge packages announced
43 new jobs for Dublin South a welcome boost
Last August, 85 new jobs were announced in South Dublin. Today's additional announcement means that 128 local families have been provided with an income and a livelihood over the last few months.
EU loan is no bailout, it's financial bullying
Europe is exploiting our crisis in order to profit at our expense. If the interest rates on the EU loans are not reduced, the Irish public will suffer unnecessarily while our European partners profit from these loans.
ECB must write-down this €75bn odious debt
At 494% of national income, Irish combined debt levels are the most crushing in the world.
Parliamentary Question addressed to the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs
To ask the Minister for Children and Youth Affairs when she expects to receive the report from the Adoption Authority following its recent visit to Ethiopia; and the timescale she envisages for the signing of a bilateral agreement between the two countries should that report be positive; and if she will make a statement on the matter?