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# Micheál Martin

Last year
2023
Micheál Martin visits home damaged in 7 October Hamas attack during trip to Israel
From living in 'darkness and fear' to safety: Irish family on their relief in leaving Gaza
Broad welcome from military officers as minister announces increase in sea pay for Navy
RACO conference: ICTU warns that unions must consider industrial action if pay agreement fails
Government says ICC investigation into Israeli actions already underway
McDonald doesn't rule out possibility of Sinn Féin-Fianna Fáil coalition after the next election
Tánaiste asks China to use influence on Russia to end Ukraine invasion
Ministers, civil service conduct will be investigated in judge led tribunal into military abuse
Martin intends to lead Fianna Fáil into next general election, still enjoys 'the thick of it'
Tough balancing act for Martin's China trip after strongly critical speech earlier this year
Housing ‘defining challenge of our time’ as Martin claims 100,000 homes delivered by Govt so far
FF, FG and Greens could get enough votes to form next government, says Tánaiste
No Irish citizens to be included in group of evacuees leaving Gaza for Egypt today
Time-limits on accommodation for Ukrainians will only apply to new arrivals, Tánaiste indicates
Micheál Martin says there's still ‘hard, practical work’ needed to reconcile NI communities
Taoiseach says new Government jet is 'not just for ministers'
Tánaiste says failure to achieve reconciliation is the ‘great miss’ of peace process
Ireland has 'no issue' with raising Israel-Hamas conflict with US, says Martin
Government revisits idea of cutting social welfare supports for Ukrainian refugees
Tánaiste forced to spend night in Luxembourg due to problem with Air Corps plane
Govt examining evidence that Ukrainians arriving in Ireland are coming from other EU states, says Martin
Tánaiste says schemes on a ‘scale we haven’t seen before’ required after Midleton flooding
Taoiseach: Ireland won't give Palestinian refugees the same protection as Ukrainians
New Children’s Hospital to be completed by October 2024, but uncertainty remains over open date
Bombing of Al Ahli hospital in Gaza 'may prove yet to be a war crime', says Taoiseach
Martin says health spending ‘needs examination and deeper analysis’ amid Budget criticism
Micheál Martin takes aim at political opponents in speech commemorating Wolfe Tone
Robinson says Israel in 'serious breach' of international law and there's been 'war crimes' on both sides
Tánaiste defends Defence spending, rejects 'knee-jerk' calls for military resources
Coalition leaders expected to finalise budget details on tax, health and social welfare
Irish-Israeli woman missing after yesterday's Hamas attack
Noel Lemass monument vandalised prior to commemoration event on 100th anniversary of his death
HSE managerial and admin staff begin industrial action
Tánaiste says it's 'important' Ireland gets to participate in Euro 2028 because of hosting role
Tánaiste warns Russia will try to ‘freeze' Ukraine this winter by bombing energy infrastructure
Tánaiste in Kyiv on wavering US support for Ukraine: 'Elections will always create challenges'
NCT will 'revisit' cashless decision if government mandates state bodies to accept cash
Donnelly yet to speak to Taoiseach about Temple Street surgery crisis
Micheál Martin hints he might write a book to put 'his perspective' of pandemic on the record
Ireland battles 'Ukraine fatigue' at UN and will confirm €23m in non-lethal funding for Kyiv