Green Party welcome resignation of Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan

The Green Party welcomed the resignation of the Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan this evening. Speaking in response to the resignation, Green Party Justice Spokesperson, Councillor...

Greens call on Government to declare a homeless emergency

Party wants Compulsory Purchase powers to be expanded through emergency legislation Following the publication of Government homeless figures showing a further significant rise in homeless...

Greens urge households to make donation to environmental groups following water refunds

The Green Party today called on households who disagree with water charge refunds to make a donation to environmental groups dedicated to protecting water...

Greens welcome Scottish bottle refund scheme announcement

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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...

Government must bring forward review of sex work laws following spate of attacks

The Green Party today called on the Government to bring forward the planned review of the Criminal Law (Sexual Offences) Act 2017 following a reported...

EPA Water Quality Report: Greens call for a new national land use plan to...

Dramatic decline in pristine water quality is one of our  greatest environmental failings of our time.   Greens call for a new national land use plan to...

Ibrahim Halawa: Taoiseach must contact el-Sisi to convey our deep concern

GREEN PARTY CALLS ON TAOISEACH TO CONVEY DEEP CONCERNS TO EGYPTIAN PRESIDENT REGARDING HEALTH, WELFARE AND RIGHTS OF IBRAHIM HALAWA IN WAKE OF FRUSTRATING DELAYFollowing the further...

Greens: ‘Unprecedented’ flooding is the new reality

Green Party Leader Eamon Ryan TD today said that the Donegal Flooding described by Met Éireann as ‘unprecedented’ is part of the reality of...

Greens: Citizens’ Assembly can help start a new National Dialogue on Climate Change

Ryan: “If Leo Varadkar wants to put Ireland at the centre of the world, climate action is the way to do it.” The Green Party...

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