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# Government

Last week
2nd June 2024 - 15th June 2024
Sinn Féin calls for more taxpayer funding for road safety quango after it seeks to hike NCT fees
Last month
May 2024
Parents' Leave soon to be extended to nine weeks
Ireland is falling behind on what is needed to reach renewable targets, says climate council
This year
Government further extends paid leave scheme for public health workers suffering from long-Covid
Government grants yet another extension to Grace case inquiry
Ex-Garda deputy commissioner to head up new stakeholder group on dog control
Poll: Which party would you vote for if there was a general election tomorrow?
Government delay bill that would provide leave to women who experience a miscarriage
Last year
FAI invited to appear before the PAC over Covid funding and executive pay controversy
Pensions: Confusion and delay - when will the auto-enrolment train arrive at the station?
Ralph Benson
Two referendums on gender equality and family expected to take place next year
Irish environmental group takes legal action against Government over climate plan
Opinion: 'On the front lines of the housing crisis and we get gaslighting from the Taoiseach'
James O'Toole
Vigil held in memory of the 402 homeless people who died in Dublin since 2018
Government criticised for giving housing update during Tubridy hearings
Defence Forces to participate in UN peacekeeping mission in Syria until next spring
People Before Profit bill calling for wider access to abortion passes Dáil second stage
Government must act with coherence, Martin insists as he moves to cool tensions
Opinion: The US turned a blind eye as a culture of violence grew - we should not do the same
Dr Shana Cohen
Government accused of ‘sitting on its hands’ during cost-of-living crisis
Construction cost review finds it costs less to build the same house in Birmingham as in Dublin
UK MP apologises for describing Israeli government as ‘fascist’
Government haven't yet decided to extend eviction ban despite record homelessness, says O'Brien
Opposition continues pressure on embattled Donohue
All time
Portuguese ministers resign after severance pay controversy at state airline
Calls to end ‘blanket ban’ on publishing Attorney General’s advice
Government agrees 17 December as date for Taoiseach changeover
Government still €2bn behind annual expenditure target for housing as end of year approaches
UK Labour's Miliband mocks '19th century’ Jacob Rees-Mogg and accuses him of ‘climate denial’
Costs of climate action measures and Slaintecare not properly recorded, committee told
Suspended Green TD Hourigan undecided on Dáil no confidence vote
Banker accountability Bill brought forward to Cabinet
Help for renters, pension and social welfare increases as 'more room to manoeuvre' in Budget
Public sector pay talks run to 3am but no deal reached
No 'magic money tree' to help with fuel costs, says minister as pump prices jump above €2 a litre
€17 million needed to save Ireland’s most threatened birds says BirdWatch Ireland
Government defeats Dáil turf ban motion by 72 to 63 votes
€12 million package on way to support farmers planting more crops
Tokyo residents warned of potential blackouts as a result of earthquake
One in four people think Ireland should have funded lethal military equipment for Ukraine