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# Oireachtas

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Oireachtas passes legislation to cap rent increases at 2% per year
The Dáil's Ceann Comhairle has tested positive for Covid-19
Parties to pay for politicians' antigen tests while Oireachtas staff to get tests for free
No evidence doping rules in Irish horseracing lower than international standards
'It wasn’t a job offer': Coveney says Zappone should have been told role wasn't a 'done deal'
Coveney received a text but not a 'formal invitation' to Zappone event at Merrion Hotel
Taoiseach says Covid has 'exacerbated' volume of legislation, as politicians discuss President's letter
Establishment of Special Committee to examine Dying with Dignity Bill recommended
'You feel you're not welcome in Ireland': TDs told of anti-Traveller 'hate speech' during Covid-19
Johnny Ward: Racing chiefs saddle up to face Oireachtas quizzing
‘I am not a vector’: Oireachtas committee hears from children affected by the pandemic
Aer Lingus losing €1 million a day because of Covid-19 and travel restrictions, says airline's chief executive
Ireland's Covid measures consistently less restrictive than majority wanted – ESRI
Kathleen Funchion: 'I fear the Mother and Baby Home developments have only compounded an existing and deep hurt'
Kathleen Funchion
National Cyber Security Centre director salary should be up to €290,000, Committee hears
Officials from National Cyber Security Centre to address 'urgent' meeting of TDs and Senators over HSE hack
Another 'outdoor summer': Here's when to expect this week's Covid re-opening decisions
Minister 'optimistic' fans will be able to attend test sporting events during the summer
Facebook 'concerned' over plans to regulate online political advertising in Ireland
When should the UK call a border poll in Ireland? Calls for clarity on this 'quite remarkable' question
Frontline healthcare workers should get pandemic compensation, INMO tells Oireachtas committee
Special advisers to Government ministers' earn over €4.5 million in salaries
TDs and Senators rack up over €2,000 in arrears at Dáil bar and restaurant
Eir CEO says it was a 'mistake' to locate customer care centre in Sligo
Private hospitals will play a role in the event of a surge in Covid-19 hospitalisations, says HSE boss
UK government suffered 'biggest political defeat' in House of Lords over Brexit bill, TDs are told
‘Very challenging situation’ for Ireland if UK breaches international law, McEntee says
Covid-19: Dr Ronan Glynn 'optimistic' about Dublin stabilising but 'no evidence yet' to move to Level 2
Donnelly announces plans to double number of public health staff in Ireland
How many ICU beds do we actually have and what happened to the Covid surge capacity?
Supreme Court receives report into Seamus Woulfe's attendance at golf event
Explainer: Why are politicians getting a 2% pay rise?
Ceann Comhairle says Clifden golf event was either 'collective crass stupidity' or 'arrogant delusion'
Dr Ronan Glynn: 'People who need to self-isolate should have no fear about their employment'
Committee to hear 'more than 40 meat plant workers in one town sharing accommodation'
Dáil hears 'institutional racism' led to data breach over meat factory workers' Covid-19 test results
‘Significant’ amount of extra staff needed to reopen schools, Covid-19 committee told
Why were there so many clusters of Covid-19 in meat plants? TDs to hear experiences of staff today
Despite some Phase Three optimism, TDs to be told many SMEs are 'dying' due to pandemic
Childcare providers to tell TDs uncertainty is having 'profoundly stressful impact'