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In detail: the 30 Bills the Government is planning this spring
The coalition has published a list of 30 Bills it’s hoping to get published before the end of April. Here’s the lot.
Politicians pay back €16,000 after expenses' audit
€16,079 worth of expenses were deemed to be ‘ineligible’.
After two months off, TDs return to the Dáil and here's what to expect
The Budget, property tax, abortion, bank debt, Luke Ming Flanagan’s t-shirts and James Reilly’s statements – some of what we can expect as the Dáil returns this week.
Here’s what the Taoiseach’s Department puts on its credit cards
The Department of the Taoiseach ran up credit card bills of almost €25,000 in Enda Kenny’s first year in office.
The government wanted to publish 29 Bills this term. How did it do?
We’ve gone through the government’s list, published in April, to check on its progress in publishing proposed new laws.
TGIF: How have the Dáil’s Friday sittings worked out?
As we approach the end of another Dáil term, we’ve been asking the government and the opposition how the much-vaunted sittings of the Dáil on the first Friday of every month have been working out.
James Reilly to address the Dáil at 9.55pm before adjournment at 10pm
The Health Minister is to give a personal statement this evening following revelations that his name has appeared on a debt defaulters list in relation to a nursing home purchase.
Mick Wallace to make a Dáil statement this afternoon
Mick Wallace: No Dáil censure ahead of possible committee investigation
The whips of the five main Dáil groupings agree not to table motions of censure ahead of potential committee hearings.
Party whips to discuss possible all-party Wallace condemnation
The weekly meeting of the five Dáil whips will discuss a motion potentially censuring Mick Wallace over his tax affairs.
Fianna Fáil whip joins calls for Wallace to resign amid reports of censure
Seán Ó Fearghaíl has said that Wallace should resign and that his party would support a motion of censure of the indepenent TD which is reportedly now being considered by the government.
€53,000 bill to send ministers away for St Patrick's Day
A series of parliamentary questions reveal costs of €53,142 to send 12 ministers around the world to mark the national holiday.
Taoiseach and 16 ministers off around the world for Patrick's Day celebrations
Dinny McGinley is off to Glasgow and Michael Noonan will be in France. Here’s where else our government ministers will be jetting off to on 17 March…
26 bills - but no referendums - on government's list of Spring bills
The government’s draft agenda for the Dáil’s spring term includes 26 bills to be published, and another 25 currently in draft.
Chief whip says there is no rift in Fine Gael
Despite the party’s poor performances in the presidential election and Dublin West by-election, Paul Kehoe has insisted that there is no crisis within Fine Gael.
The Daily Fix: Monday
In tonight’s fix: What’s been happening on the #Aras11 campaign trail; Amanda Knox learns her fate and who reckons they could be like the Queen of England?
Government's chief whip Kehoe confirms: McGuinness attack was me
Paul Kehoe said tweets linking Martin McGuinness to the Northern Bank robbery were not the work of a hacker.
Twitter attack on Martin McGuinness launched from Chief Whip's account
Tweets posted from the account of Paul Kehoe appeared to link the Sinn Féin candidate to the Northern Bank robbery.
Dáil votes to give itself more work... after seven weeks' holidays
When the Dáil returns on September 14 it will begin work earlier and sit for longer hours under a reformed system.
Mick Wallace labels Mary Mitchell O'Connor 'Miss Piggy'
Wallace is recorded in conversation with fellow independents Luke Ming Flanagan and Shane Ross.
The Half Hour Fix: 12.30am
Every hour – on the half hour – TheJournal.ie brings you your fix of election tallies, predictions and results. Here’s how the winners and losers of GE11 are playing out so far.