Green Party ‘extremely concerned’ following incinerator incident

Party call for all operations to cease while investigation is carried out The Green Party this morning expressed extreme concern following an incident at the...

Greens call for global resistance to Donald Trump’s withdrawal from Paris Agreement

Speaking ahead of a lunchtime protest against the US withdrawal from the Paris Climate Change Agreement, Green Party leader Eamon Ryan TD said: “Every...

Greens: Changes to Committee rules ‘designed to exclude smaller parties’

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Greens call for Government to act on NAMA warning

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Greens call for EU to consider sanctions against the US if Trump withdraws from...

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Greens launch plan ‘to prevent Midlands becoming Ireland’s rust belt’

‘Just Transition’ economic plan needed for peatland communities as PSO supported jobs come to an end The Green Party today warned that the midlands could...

Green Party: Supreme Court decision ‘highlights failures of asylum system’

Greens welcome decision on asylum seekers’ right to work Green Party Spokesperson for Justice, Councillor Roderic O’Gorman today welcomed the Supreme Court decision that an...

Green Party welcomes Sláinte Care report

The Green Party today welcomed the release of the report of the Committee on the Future of Healthcare, saying that the development of a...

Green Party welcomes second phase of 30 km/h communities in Dublin City

The Green Party has welcomed the roll-out of  further 30 km/h zones in residential areas in Dublin City from midnight on Tuesday 30th May...

Cuffe welcomes BusConnects initiative

The Green Party has welcomed the announcement that the National Transport Authority is carrying out a review of bus services in Dublin. However, it...

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