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# Dáil Éireann

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Oireachtas agenda: Brighter Evenings Bill and birdwatchers
Oireachtas agenda: Postcodes and stiff financial regulations
"Bring a book, send a silent message..." The 'standing people' protest comes to Dublin
Oireachtas agenda: Home repossessions and passion in the Seanad
Oireachtas agenda: Banking inquiry framework and human trafficking
Oireachtas agenda: Dáil debates abortion as Seanad debates... Seanad
Oireachtas agenda: Anglo director in the dock(lands), and SNA cuts
Gardaí have had the Anglo tapes for over four years, says Kenny
Oireachtas agenda: Budget 2014 (yes, already) and Dáil scrapping Seanad?
Reilly says he won’t be afraid to suspend abortion service as bill introduced in Dáil
'This Taoiseach is like the Mayo footballers - he's all about the solo run'
Oireachtas agenda: Dáil to hold its final votes on scrapping Seanad
TDs to hold first debates on new abortion bill today
Senior Fine Gael TD opposes Seanad abolition
Shatter dismisses link between anti-malaria drug and soldiers' suicides
Labour TD's bill would give public access to private land
Rónán Mullen: Taoiseach playing the victim over nasty abortion messages
Taoiseach: I'm being branded a murderer and getting letters written in blood
People who are not TDs or Senators 'should be appointed as Ministers'
Hogan appoints five-member panel to oversee Seanad referendum
Explainer: What else will change if we scrap the Seanad?
McDowell: There are no muppets in the Seanad, but there are clowns in the Dáil
Government announces Dáil reform plans if Seanad is scrapped
TD: We didn't demonise those who had points cancelled by naming them in Dáil
Dáil vote means top earners set to take pay cut from July
Shatter survives Dáil motion of no confidence with 88-45 win
Dáil suspended - twice - as opposition criticises time to debate pay cuts
TD slams 'blatant abuses of power' after being suspended from the Dáil
Dáil to begin discussing pay cuts for top public earners next week
Group to protest Irish government 'silence' on Guantanamo Bay
Should Alan Shatter resign over points furore? 'No,' insists the Taoiseach
Gilmore says AIB mortgage hike is "a commercial decision"
No deal on public pay means no protection against job cuts - Kenny
Ministers' row means abortion law may miss summer deadline
'Not fit for purpose?' Why the Dáil's party whip system may need reform
TDs to debate legislation giving maternity leave rights to TDs
Gilmore won't say whether Government will legislate for public pay cuts
Government 'absolutely united' behind Howlin in bid to save €300m: Kenny
Helen McEntee describes first day in Dáil as “emotional”
Leinster House staff given jiu-jitsu training to deter angry intruders