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Hogan unveils 'the most radical reform of local government in 100 years'
Parking charges contributes €100 million to the Exchequer every year
New app gives access to local mental health services
This man is the new Lord Mayor of Dublin
Councils take €311 million hit as commercial rates are written off
Aaron McKenna: It's time for a conversation about how local government spends our money
Explainer: What’s on the table in the Croke Park talks?
Column: Proposed local government reforms will lead to job losses and closures
Commission calls for legal rules requiring Councils to break even
Over 1.1 million have now paid the Household Charge - Hogan
Column: Property tax risks worsening problems Ireland already has
Column: Council reform will discourage women – and help the old boys
Ireland failing to tackle corruption, claims report
Directly elected mayor still a possibility for Dublin - but not before 2014
Poll: Do you agree with the local government reforms?
The Evening Fix... now with added tweets from ten years ago
Mixed response to Hogan's plans for local council cull
Councils will be able to set their own rate of property tax
Significant reforms will see planning powers of councillors curtailed
Number of local authorities to be slashed from 114 to 31
Phil Hogan to bring local government reforms to Cabinet tomorrow
Here is the week's news... skewed
Councils face cull as Hogan reveals plans for local government reform
Michael Healy-Rae on toilets and graveyards
Government to block Bill allowing TDs to scrutinise council spending
TheJournal.ie’s progress report for the Government: Political reform
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
Column: ‘Everything local authorities touch turns into a fiasco’
Column: Don’t trust the government? Then let’s put local people in power
Role of local authorities to be 'expanded', says Phil Hogan
New report finds that town councils should be enhanced, not scrapped
Croke Park targets for local government staffing 'already met'
Pothole politics not on the agenda after all...