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# Green Party

Yesterday
14th July 2024
Senator Róisín Garvey elected deputy leader of the Green Party
Last week
7th July 2024 - 13th July 2024
Opinion: Emissions numbers may have improved, but let's not drop the ball
Pádraic Fogarty
Ossian Smyth pulls out of race to be Green Party deputy leader, saying it should be a woman
No Cabinet reshuffle on the cards under new Green leader, with Ryan and Martin to keep ministries
Roderic O'Gorman has been elected as new leader of the Green Party, replacing Eamon Ryan
New Green Party leader to be announced today
This month
July 2024
The Explainer: What next for UK politics after Labour's landslide election win?
Row erupts between Green TD Neasa Hourigan and Dublin Mayor James Geoghegan over Transport Plan
Last month
June 2024
Hackett says Green Party seen as 'preachy and out of touch' in leadership debate with O'Gorman
O'Gorman v Hackett: We interviewed the two hopefuls vying to take over as Green Party leader
'Petty and retrograde': Cork County councillors react to vote against wishing Eamon Ryan well
Róisin Garvey joins Ossian Smyth and Neasa Hourigan in race to become Green Party deputy leader
Dubliners to pay higher property tax as new council also pledges new hotel tourist tax
Support among councillors favours O'Gorman as Martin doesn't rule out future leadership run
Green Party to name new leader on 8 July as O'Gorman and Hackett vie to replace Eamon Ryan
No coronation for Green Party as Pippa Hackett and Roderic O'Gorman vie for party leadership
Both candidates received endorsements from party colleagues today.
What will Eamon Ryan's legacy be?
Wipeouts, comebacks, successes and siestas: Tributes as Ryan steps away from frontline politics
Eamon Ryan resigns as Green Party leader, Catherine Martin is stepping back, so what happens next?
Catherine Martin will not seek leadership of Green Party and is 'stepping back' as deputy leader
Who are the Green Party councillors who might run for Eamon Ryan's Dáil seat?
Eamon Ryan steps down as Green Party leader and won't stand at next election
A contest will now be held to decide the next leader of the Green Party.
Labour pulls out of DCC 'progressive alliance' talks over disagreements on Local Property Tax
They don't all want to hear it but a Labour-SocDems-Greens alliance might help them get into Govt
Eamon Ryan had private word with Taoiseach and Tánaiste after 'inappropriate' attacks on Greens
Greens lose both their seats on Galway City Council as Labour and Social Democrats make gains
The story of the count so far: Good news for everyone, unless you're Sinn Féin
As it stands, Fine Gael may sneak ahead to become the biggest party in local government.
'Not a green wave, not a wipeout', MEP Ciarán Cuffe says as he faces tough battle to hold seat
Micheál Martin not ruling out another coalition with Green Party, citing 'strong' economy
Green MEP candidate tests water supplies for nitrates as she canvasses in Ireland South
The Journal spoke to MEP Grace O’Sullivan during a novel type of campaigning in Ireland South.
This year
2024
Recently elected member of Seanad Éireann running for the House of Commons in UK election
Poll: Should private jets be completely banned?
'People can't move on': TD proposes to reduce divorce waiting period from two years to six months
PBP seeks vote-left transfer-left pact for local elections but excludes Labour and the Greens
Green Party in favour of removing Triple Lock despite internal calls for 'caution'
Former Green Party candidate Saoirse McHugh to run as an independent in European Elections
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
'Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater': Candidates clash on 2nd term for von der Leyen
Eamon Ryan says he is not in favour of immediate congestion charges