O’Sullivan issues call-to-action to Minister Halligan over Waterford Stanley job losses

Green Party Senator Grace O’Sullivan has today called on Minister of State John Halligan to do everything he can to ensure workers on the...

Greens welcome unanimous support for motion on extending maternity benefit and leave of mothers...

The Green Party today welcomed the support of all parties and groupings in the Dáil for their motion on extending the maternity leave and...

Greens: Below-par March tax receipts highlights need to prioritise investment in Budget 2018

The Green Party said today that tax receipts 7.6% below projected targets should serve as a warning against narrowing the tax base in Budget...

Greens call for cross-party support on motion to extend maternity leave and benefit for...

The Dáil will this week debate and vote on a Green Party motion calling for the Government to extend the maternity leave and maternity...

Dáil to vote on Green Party motion to extend maternity leave and benefit for...

The Dáil will this week debate and vote on a Green Party motion calling for the Government to extend the maternity leave and maternity...

Greens: Time to use Compulsory Purchase Powers on Vacant Sites

The Green Party today called for State Authorities to take action as Councils publish lists of vacant lands on their Vacant Sites Registers. The...

Greens welcome extension of 30km/h speed limits

The Green Party today welcomed the extension of 30 km/h speed limit zones in Dublin’s Inner City, stating that the move is an important...

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Greens call for cross-party support for votes at 16 The Green Party today called for cross-party support for a Seanad bill legislating for votes for...

Greens call for cross-party support for votes at 16

The Green Party today called for cross-party support for a Seanad bill legislating for votes for 16 year olds at local and European elections,...

Greens call on Government to introduce special legislation to quash all 14,700 wrongful convictions

The Green Party today called on the Government to introduce special legislation to quash the convictions of the 14,700 people who were wrongly convicted...

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