MEP candidate McHugh stalls campaign to fight wildfire

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Green Party Launches Pre-Budget Submission

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Massive emission costs come as no surprise and are a clear indictment of Fine...

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Greens instrumental in development of improved transport strategy for Greater Dublin Area

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‘If you want green, vote Green,’ is the message ahead of Friday’s election: Green...

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Martin: Government must extend fire safety audits following Cork discovery

Cladding used in Cork County Hall is the same as that used in Grenfell Tower in London The Green Party today called on the Government...

Green Party’s Hackett warns of anaerobic pitfalls

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Green Party Welcomes EU Move to Ban Single-Use Plastics, Calls for More Action at...

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Irish Greens Celebrate as ‘Green Wave’ Sweeps Across Europe

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Greens: Heat-wave exposes the short-sightedness of Water Charge abolition

Noonan: Hosepipe ban cannot be policed The Green Party said today that the prolonged heat-wave across the country has exposed the short-sightedness of Government capitulation...

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