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...

Taoiseach’s Comments Snub Ireland’s Unsung Heroes

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Green Party welcome Sisters of Charity announcement

Religious order to end their involvement in St. Vincent’s Hospital Group The Green Party have welcomed today’s announcement by the Sisters of Charity religious order...

Ireland needs strong supports for communities impacted by the move away from fossil fuels...

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Greens call for early return of the Dail to debate the evolving Brexit crisis

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Project Ireland 2040 will have to go if Ireland is to become a leader...

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Government’s lack of climate ambition ‘threatens farmers’ livelihoods’

The Green Party has expressed disappointment in Friday’s publication of the Government’s document ‘Adaptation Planning – Developing Resilience to Climate Change in the Irish Agriculture and...

Cuffe calls for Flanagan to tackle prison overcrowding

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Green Party Questions Opening of Morning Greyhound Racing in Kilkenny

The Green Party has today questioned the decision of the Irish Greyhound Board to commence morning greyhound racing at St James Park in Kilkenny. Local...

Greens: Varadkar planning intervention ‘a shocking error of judgement’

Clare County Council need to release record of who he spoke to and what was said The Green Party said today that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar,...

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