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# Donie Cassidy

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# golfgate
Four people to be prosecuted over alleged Covid breaches at infamous Golfgate event
On 19 August last year, 81 people attended a dinner in a Clifden hotel, Co Galway as part of an Oireachtas Golf Society event.
# Controversy
European Commission president 'seeking clarification' as Phil Hogan hands in his Golfgate report
Last night, it emerged that Hogan was stopped by gardaí while driving to the dinner.
# Donie Cassidy
Oireachtas golf society president apologises over Clifden event
Former Fianna Fáil TD and Senator Donie Cassidy says he will fully cooperate with the garda investigation into the event.
# Election 2014
Another senator is running for Europe in Ireland's biggest constituency
Former TD Thomas Byrne will seek the Fianna Fáil nomination in the vast Midlands North West constituency.
# Spot the Difference
Double take? 26 celebrities and their waxworks
Madame Tussaud’s London museum has long record of getting public figures to stand beside their wax figurines… but with varying results.
# Pensions
In full: what former ministers get after the government's new levy
We’ve gone through the list of ministerial pensions to see precisely how each living former minister is hit by the various levies.
# Seanad Éireann
Seanad could sit more often than Dáil under new Leader's plans
Maurice Cummins wants to ensure that the Seanad sits on Fridays where possible – a practice not yet followed by the Dáil.
# seanad elections
FG pulls ahead as Seanad election counts near completion
Four of the five vocational panels are now nearly complete, while the two University constituencies are also nearly wrapped up.
# Seanad Éireann
Cassidy apologises over 'it's not easy' remarks
The Leader of the Seanad says sorry for claiming it’s tough to live on €65k a year.