State could lose out on over €1bn if it fails to tackle massive zoning...

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What are Sinn Féin and PBP doing opposing progressive climate measures?: Greens

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Government’s inaction on latent defects is abject abandonment of its public safety role: Greens

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Tackling drug deaths needs to be a national priority: Greens

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Greater access to non-medication treatments needed to stem the rise of anti-depressant prescriptions: Greens

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A new childcare model is needed if lone parents are to be truly supported:...

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Government failure on climate demonstrated again by latest renewable energy report: Greens

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Mixed messages from Government unhelpful to homeowners facing huge bills from latent defects: Greens

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Green Party moves to limit election posters

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‘Women in the home’ referendum delayed indefinitely: Greens

Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan has admitted to long fingering a decision on the ‘women in the home’ referendum saying that it will not now take...

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