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Tuesday 26 September 2023 Dublin: 15°C

# Michael D

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Why is President Higgins speaking out so often on the issue of homelessness?
President Higgins has made public statements on the issue at several events in recent weeks…
Peter O'Toole's ashes are being 'minded' at the Áras for the moment
The late actor’s daughter said the ashes were “in safe deposit” with the President while the family arranges their burial in Co Galway.
Here's what the President is up to on day two of his State visit to the UK
David Cameron, Nick Clegg, and Boris Johnson are all on the slate, as is an address to 700 people.
Even Michael D Higgins has to queue for the ATM
Twitter reported sightings of the President in a Dublin ATM queue yesterday.
This 'Super Michael Pres' street art is a little bit amazing
It was made to celebrate Michael D’s visit to see the Queen – but has already been taken down.
Welcome aboard: President appoints Peter Tyndall as Ombudsman
Tyndall has said that, if public bodies handled complaints better, there wouldn’t be any need for his role.
El último día: President concludes Central America tour today
President Michael D Higgins brings the curtain down on a landmark tour of Central America with some final meetings in Costa Rica today.
PICS: President Michael D Higgins meets Brazilian legend Pelé
We’re sure Galway United came up…
Aló Presidente! President begins three-country tour of Central America
Higgins departed from Dublin Airport yesterday morning as he embarks on an official visit to Mexico, El Salvador and Costa Rica.
Magdalene survivors to meet with President at Áras today
The women said it will be a day for them to enjoy but that their work is “just getting started”.
Pozdravi! President begins State visit to Croatia
President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina are in the country which is soon to become the EU’s 28th member state.
21 reasons to cuddle Michael D Higgins
Happy birthday, Michael D!
Tom Cruise partying with Pat Kenny in 1995 (photos)
Remember the last time the Cruiser came to Ireland?
In pictures: Michael D Higgins meets President Hollande in Paris
Lovely weather they’re having in France….
Hello Mr President, I'm the President: Michael D begins French visit
Michael D Higgins met with French president Francois Hollande, and launched an exhibition of the work of Eileen Gray.
President Higgins begins three-day Paris trip
The President will meet with his French counterpart, Francois Hollande, later today.
President continues Liverpool trip before heading to Manchester today
Michael D Higgins has a number of engagements in the north west of England today as he continues his three-day visit.
President Higgins visiting Liverpool today
Michael D Higgins will meet political leaders and deliver a speech in Liverpool later today.
Interview: 'There is a great anger in the country' - President Higgins
In an interview with, President Michael D Higgins has spoken of his initiative to help Ireland’s youth shape the country’s future and his first year in office. Listen to the full interview here…
Amazing Michael D photoshop competition
The president as you’ve never seen him before…
Unfortunate Autocorrect of the Day
No comment.
Michael D Higgins to host Vita Cortex workers in the Áras
The President is also set to meet with the mayor of Poznan next week.
President speaks of 'heartbreaking' unemployment and emigration on US trip
Michael D Higgins told Irish professionals working in the States that he hoped to some day see many of them return to Ireland in the future.
London calling: Michael D plans first official trip as Irish President
During the visit, the Higgins’ will take a tour of the Olympic Park and see a production of Juno and the Paycock.
D-Day for the dragon slayer: Michael D takes over the front pages
There’s only one story dominating the papers today….
Could Martin Sheen be the next President of Ireland?
The rumours circulating about potential candidates in this year’s race to the Aras reads like a pilot script for a ‘Celebrity President’ television series.