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# Eamon Ryan

This week
9th June 2024 - 14th June 2024
Eamon Ryan had private word with Taoiseach and Tánaiste after 'inappropriate' attacks on Greens
Last week
2nd June 2024 - 8th June 2024
Micheál Martin not ruling out another coalition with Green Party, citing 'strong' economy
Eamon Ryan hits back at Fine Gael's Regina Doherty for likening Dublin bike lanes to Berlin Wall
Last month
May 2024
Ryan pledges random searches of civil aircraft to check for weapons and military equipment
‘What have they proposed that actually brings us further?’ - Eamon Ryan slams SocDems and PBP
April
April 2024
Eamon Ryan criticised for Ireland's intervention in Swiss women's climate case
'We've had people outside our house': Eamon Ryan condemns 'horrific' signs at O'Gorman's home
Ryan says EU has gone 'from bees to bullets' amid Green Deal rollbacks and conflict escalation
Eamon Ryan tells Healy-Raes 'the Kingdom's going green', as Conor Pass earmarked for national park
The Green Party will meet in the RDS for its Annual Convention today - Here's what to expect
March
March 2024
Eamon Ryan says he is not in favour of immediate congestion charges
Cabinet approves plan to give local authorities power to introduce traffic congestion charges
Eamon Ryan castigates member states' cold feet on Nature Restoration Law as it faces collapse
Airport passenger cap 'a concern' for JetBlue as new Dublin route aims to reduce airfares
Arrested, disgraced, injured: Cryptocurrency scams promote hoax stories about Irish celebrities
Have you seen spam ads appear on your social feeds?
One scam recently came about after a hacking of an Indian politician's Meta account.
The Journal understands the account was compromised by hackers who launched more than 50 ad campaigns.
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Ryan says case to update Constitution 'still there' as McDowell slams govt as ‘out of touch’
Eamon Ryan meets Michael O'Leary a week after the Ryanair boss told the minister 'grow or go'
Eamon Ryan to 'set the record straight' in meeting with Michael O'Leary tomorrow
Transport Minister to meet Ryanair boss Michael O'Leary for the first time ever this week
Green Party is willing to 'work with every party' to form government, Eamon Ryan says
This year
2024
Cabinet told of Ireland's new target to reduce energy consumption
Transport Minister Eamon Ryan hits back at open letter from Ryanair CEO calling on him to resign
'I'm not rejecting science, I'm supporting the economy': DAA boss defends plan to increase flights
Eamon Ryan: No one anywhere in the country should have to buy bottled water
Bus and rail fare increases in Cavan, Wicklow, Kildare and Meath slammed by TDs
Eamon Ryan says free public sector parking spaces should start to go in 2024
Government announces plans to fast-track delivery of 1,000 km of cycle routes by 2030
Last year
2023
No evidence Russia is a threat to Irish renewable energy supply, Eamon Ryan says
Cameras to be rolled out in bus lanes next year in bid to tackle speed and misuse
'Mobility hubs' to be rolled out across three Irish cities next year with car sharing facilities
Household energy prices to 'fall significantly' in first half of next year, Eamon Ryan says
Ryan to remain at COP28 after SocDems TD offers to pair with him for McEntee confidence vote
Ireland to develop carbon capture but 'can't use that as cover' for fossil fuels - Climate Minister
Green Party leader would 'prefer' to stay at COP28 but 'democracy comes first' for Dáil vote
Analysis: Should the government support drilling for gas off the coast of Mayo?
Government approves plans to accelerate Adare Bypass construction ahead of 2027 Ryder Cup
Some Dublin Bus charging infrastructure to be operational this week following roll-out delays
Householders to pay 'small charge' on energy bills to pay for new floating gas storage ship
Countries divided over China's role as climate victim or polluter at talks ahead of COP28
Eamon Ryan says he's motivated less by ideology and more by practicality on transport spending