Greens: Government must act to restore Luas reliability

Despite a 10% increase in passenger numbers in 2017, and 30% extra Green Line to service, tram numbers increased by only 7 The Green Party...

Greens: Introduction of recycling charges will discourage recycling

  Producers of waste, not consumers, must contribute more   The Green Party said today that the introduction for charges for recycling bins is completely counterproductive and...

Greens: Latest drop in apartment standards will make housing crisis worse

The Green Party said today that revised building standards for apartments, published yesterday by the Department of Housing, will do nothing to reduce house...

Government must confront third level funding issue following Trinity protests

The Green Party said today that the Government must end their hands-off approach and confront the issue of third level funding, as protests against...

Private tenancy inspections in Fingal reveal 69% of homes below standard

Green Party Fingal Councillors David Healy and Roderic O’Gorman have called for greater measures to be taken to highlight the ways that renters can...

Greens urge greater sanctions for misuse of disabled parking spots

 Green Party candidate for Wexford, Ann Walsh, has welcomed the increase in fixed charge penalties for motorists illegally parking in disabled spots, but urged...

Greens back College Green Civic Plaza plan ahead of oral hearing

The Green Party has called for the construction of the proposed Civic Plaza for Dublin’s College Green. A Board Pleanála Oral Hearing is scheduled...

Greens Party welcomes Supreme Court ruling

The Green Party today welcomed the ruling by the Supreme Court that the rights of the unborn in the constitution do not extend beyond...

Greens: Shocking testimony from civilian Garda analysts shows urgent need for “Oversight Commissioner”

Culture in An Garda Síochana still a major roadblock to reform The Green Party today reiterated their call for the appointment of an ‘Oversight Commissioner’...

Greens propose 3,000 rental homes at Cathal Brugha barracks and Broadstone Garage

Dáil motion calls for Government to use State lands to develop modern public housing to address housing crisis 700 publicly-owned sites identified by Government as...

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