Green Party: Local Authorities failing in accountability and transparency

Lack of meaningful reform is deepening distrust in Local Government – Noonan The Green Party today criticised Local Authorities and the Minister for Local Government...

Comhaontas Glas: Ní féidir leis an Rialtas neamhaird a thabhairt ar an éileamh atá...

Chuir an Comhaontas Glas fáilte roimh chinneadh a d’fhoilsigh an Coimisinéir Teanga inniu gur sháraigh Roinn an Oideachais agus Scileanna an dlí nuair nár...

Greens: Government can’t continue to ignore demand for Irish language education

The Green Party has today welcomed the finding by An Coimisinéir Teanga that the Department of Education and Skills breached the law by not...

Continuing water quality issues threaten tourism, public health and the environment

The Green Party said today that continuing water quality issues at popular bathing spots threatens tourism, public health and the environment. The party called...

Greens: Action at EU level the only way to end Palestinian bloodshed

The Green Party today called for action at EU level to end the bloodshed in Palestine – following a day of horror where at...

Green Party welcomes trials of alternative to Monsanto Weedkiller

The Green Party has welcomed Dublin City Council’s decision to trial alternatives to the use of glyphosate as a weedkiller on streets and in...

Greens welcome Ireland 2040 climate case

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan TD has welcomed the news of the climate change legal challenge to the National Planning Framework/National Development Plan.   Speaking today,...

Greens propose MetroLink connection for South-West Dublin

Submission proposes new stations at Rathfarnham, Terenure and Rathmines, and connection with Donabate train station   The Green Party have proposed the rerouting of the MetroLink...

Green Party Rejects Dublin City Plans to demolish Listed Housing

The Green Party has called on Dublin City Council officials to withdraw their proposals to delist and demolish some of the city’s oldest housing...

Greens: Google advertising ban ‘internationally significant’

Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan TD today welcomed the decision by Google to ban all referendum related advertisements, and described the move as ‘internationally...

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