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# passed

All time
# final stages
'A great victory': Onshore fracking is just one step away from being completely banned in Ireland
The Petroleum and Other Minerals Development (Prohibition of Onshore Hydraulic Fracturing) Bill 2016 will be signed into law by the president in the coming days.
# Historic
The All-Ireland senior football and hurling finals are moving to August
Extra-time is also coming in with replays restricted to provincial and All-Ireland finals.
# passed
The controversial 'Super 8' is coming into the All-Ireland SFC for three years from 2018
The restructuring of the football championship was passed in Croke Park today.
# Germany
Man and woman who 'feel sexually attracted to animals' challenge law forbidding sex with animals
The challenge was thrown out.
# passed
Ireland backs vote as Palestinian flag set to fly over United Nations
Palestine and the Vatican are the only two observer states in the UN.
# Fair play
Watch the moment a nervous student got the Leaving Cert points she needed
Be warned: there is screaming.
# How the ref was won
8 reasons why Ireland voted YES to same-sex marriage
It was a long, gruelling campaign that’s resulted in a historic decision by the Irish people.
# water works
Dublin city councillors vote against fluoride
We spoke to a councillor who proposed the motion, and a councillor opposed to it.
# passed
Clock-hooter system voted in for 2014 GAA senior inter-county championship games
84.2% of delegates at GAA Congress this morning voted in favour of the motion.
# Budget 2014
Dáil passes Social Welfare Bill which implements Budget 2014 cuts
The bill now goes to the Seanad the week after next.
# Your Say
Poll: How will you vote in the Seanad referendum?
Do you want the Seanad saved or abolished?
# Referendum
So the Children's Referendum has passed - what happens next?
The Yes vote has been passed, but issues could remain around turnout, Saturday voting, and whether the result will be challenged.
Motion passed for county boards to sign up to players' charter
It has also been decided that the idea of combined Ulster Hurling squads will be further explored.