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# Meeting

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Alex White to meet with medical card campaigners this afternoon
The parents want reassurance those who had their cards removed before the announcement yesterday will get them back.
'This isn't the Ireland we all know': Taoiseach meets medical card campaigners
Enda Kenny said yesterday that he plans to fix the problem where discretionary medical cards are being removed from ill children.
'I told her to ring Maurice McCabe': John Wilson shook hands with the Garda Commissioner today
Noirín O’Sullivan shook hands and chatted with whistleblower and former garda John Wilson outside Leinster House today.
'I don't have the authority to sack anybody': Taoiseach asked what Purcell told Callinan
Kenny said there was nothing “mysterious” about the matter.
Will Eamon Gilmore move from Foreign Affairs? 'It's a matter for himself' says Ferris
Gilmore says a reshuffle of the Cabinet is something that will most likely be discussed later this year.
Mary Lou says Taoiseach held secret meeting with Shatter... but government says he didn't
The Taoiseach’s office says a ‘clerical error’ is to blame for the diary entry that recorded a meeting taking place 36 hours before it actually did.
New funding to boost house construction but Dublin city to see budget slashed
Councillors want answers over why their housing budget is to be cut by 50 per cent over the next two years.
EU foreign ministers to consider third tier of sanctions against Russia
The Foreign Affairs Council are meeting today where the Ukraine crisis is the main topic on the agenda.
UN committee meets in Dublin to plan Eradication of Poverty day
The day has been observed for just over two decades now, starting in 1993 and has been held every year.
GPs in "absolute crisis" - and it could take generations to recover
One group said that they could cut back on pro bono work if the situation continues.
Terms for inquiry into GardaGate 'to be decided on tomorrow'
Paschal Donohoe said he expects the inquiry will look at issues such as why Martin Callinan resigned.
Popular Pope meets increasingly unpopular US President
US bishops were among the most outspoken opponents of Obamacare, objecting to its mandatory coverage of contraception.
Efforts made in Lebanon 'from time to time' to find remains of Irish soldier, says Shatter
Private Hugh Doherty and Private Kevin Joyce were both killed in Lebanon in 1981. Joyce’s body was never recovered.
Here's Queen Elizabeth having the chats with Niall Horan and other Irish folk
The reception is believed to be a warm-up for the state visit of President Michael D Higgins next month.
Callinan the name on everyone's lips as Cabinet meets
Martin Callinan is under fire for a remark he made about Garda whistleblowers.
Here's what the Tánaiste is up to in Paris today
Eamon Gilmore is spending three days in France ahead of St Patrick’s Day.
These tips might help you to remember names
Warning: it does take some concentration.
Obama to meet the Dalai Lama today despite stern warning from China
The meeting was only announced late last night and is being held behind closed doors.
Here’s what’s planned for Labour’s conference in Meath today
With the local elections less than 100 days away, Labour are meeting for the second time in three months.
'Roof leak at psychiatric unit results in patients sleeping in wet beds,' says TD
This morning, TDs Denis Naughton and Colm Keaveney and Senator Michael Mullins were refused access to the unit. The HSE says repairs were carried out yesterday on the unit.
Mount Carmel workers ‘staging sit-in’ over hospital closure
Staff and supporters of the hospital attended a public meeting last night.
Old Spice demonstrates how to 'win' a baby for your woman in new ad
We’ll take ten bottles.
Two-year-old meets his baby brother for the first time
This could go either way.
Cavan GAA club take steps to ensure AGM starts on time to avoid Late Late Toy Show clash
The meeting has been set for 7.45pm sharp on Friday.
Howlin: HSE pay breach 'should be addressed'
It emerged today that some senior health staff are being paid amounts that breach official policy.
Provisional meeting scheduled between Siptu and PTSB over Newbridge Credit Union
Siptu wants to meet with management after Newbridge Credit Union was taken over by Permanent TSB this week.
NAMA boss to be grilled about possible conflicts of interests among staff
NAMA CEO Brendan McDonagh will be quizzed about the agency’s annual report when he appears before the Public Accounts Committee this morning.
President signs Protection of Life During Pregnancy Bill into law
The move came after the President convened a meeting of the Council of State to discuss the bill yesterday.
So what happened when the Council of State was convened in the past?
Today will be the 27th time the Council of State has been convened to discuss legislation – but it’s not the first time abortion laws have been discussed.
Families and survivors of Dublin and Monaghan bombings meet Taoiseach
Enda Kenny met with the survivors and families of the victims at government buildings this evening.
Children with Down Syndrome "let down" by resource allocation
Down Syndrome Ireland is to meet with the Minister for Education, Ruairí Quinn, on Tuesday.
Buongiorno! Enda to meet Enrico, Italy's new prime minister
It’s been a busy past few days for the Taoiseach.
Rival Koreas hold first talks in two years
The talks were to set up a high-level meeting in Seoul after months of tensions.
Column: The G8 summit could have huge economic benefits for Ireland – if it goes well
Using the summit as an opportunity to vent frustrations with protests could be damaging and will only distract the international media from the many positives of Ireland’s recovery, writes Samuel Brazys.
Councillors concerned about impact of proposed Dublin Bay wind turbines
The councillors want to meet the Minister for the Environment to speak to him about their concerns around the proposed turbines.
Reilly knew about Taoiseach's tobacco meeting, but "would not" go
The Health Minister said that he has “declared war” on the tobacco industry, and pointed out that the meeting at government buildings focused on smuggling.
Kenny to talk tax with European Council
He will speak about how best to tackle tax evasion and fraud during the meeting in Brussels.
Retailers fuming over illegal cigarette trade
Up to 100 retailers are to meet tomorrow evening on the issues of cigarette smuggling and illegal cigarette selling in Dublin.
'Mixed feelings' as Bethany Home survivors meet Shatter
They met the Minister for Justice and Junior Minister Kathleen Lynch about getting a state apology and redress for their time in the home.
"We hope he does the right thing": Bethany Home survivors to meet Shatter
The Bethany Survivors Group will speak to the Minister about their call for redress and an apology for what occurred during their time at the home.