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Ethics watchdog 'very concerned' at failure of Renua to account for public funding spent in 2019
The party received €258,596 in public funding last year.
Renua in talks with 'more than one' Independent TD about becoming leader of the party
The party said that it may also consider changing its name and branding as part of a wider review.
Political parties received €5.9m in State funding last year
Eight political parties qualified for Exchequer funding in 2018.
Renua's leader quits the party, leaving it with no elected representatives
Councillor John Leahy said the party needs “a different direction”.
FactCheck: Will children aged 4 and under be taught about masturbation if the sex education bill becomes law?
The claim was made by a Renua local election candidate.
Up in the polls: The Cervical Check scandal hasn't dented support for Fine Gael
Leo Varadkar’s party remains the most popular in the country according to the latest Red C/SBP poll
Renua calls for No vote and questions the number of abortion pills used in Ireland
The party acknowledged abortion pills are a problem but said it does not have a specific policy to deal with them.
Anti-amendment Dún Laoghaire bucked the national trend in '83. We went to talk to locals this week
The ’83 debate was bitter and divisive. Those who lived through it say there’s a more informed debate on the doorsteps today.
Renua are claiming Luas works make O'Connell St 'look like 1916'
Renua Ireland compared Dublin during the Luas works to Alcatraz in a statement today.
An ex-FG TD who left the party over abortion may be on his way back into the fold
Terence Flanagan left Fine Gael for Renua but lost his Dáil seat.
'It's time political parties get off the fence on abortion': Renua is now a pro-life party
Party leader John Leahy said it is important people know what the party stands for.
Fianna Fáil is the most popular party in the country
Fine Gael and Sinn Féin have both lost ground.
Renua's new leader is optimistic about 2017 - just don't mention the flat tax
You won’t find much information on Renua’s website right now – but the party has big plans for 2017.
President Higgins criticised for praising 'brutal dictator' Castro
The death of the former Cuban leader has sparked a mixed response.
Councillors in Dublin have voted against including safe walking and cycle routes for schools in development plan
Last night, however, councillors voted in favour of cycle routes for specific schools – against opposition by the council manager.
'I’m not unrealistic about the challenge I face': Meet the man trying to rebuild Renua
“Renua did not do any harm to anyone in this country … We just tried to start a new party.”
Eddie Hobbs has left Renua
It comes after Lucinda Creighton stepped down as leader of the party last month.
Renua Ireland is going to change its name
The rebranding comes on the back of its general election failure.
"Renua was branded as 'Fine Gael Lite' - we are a centralist party"
Lucinda Creighton has stepped down as the party leader. What’s next for the party?
Spin doctor John Drennan quits Renua after election failure
The former Sunday Independent journalist has confirmed he is no longer with the party.
Lucinda's bad day: Renua has failed to win a single Dáil seat
26 all out.
'Fine Fáil' and 6 other things you need to know about this election
As the seats fill up, attention turns to what happens next.
It looks like Renua might not win any Dáil seats
Party leader Lucinda Creighton faces a battle to hold her seat in Dublin Bay South.
9 things we learned from the general election campaign
It’s all over bar the voting.
Last poll: Fine Gael and Labour could be within touching distance of re-election
A poll carried out by DIT for has Fine Gael slightly higher than the recent polls.
Renua wants elderly to use apps to stay in touch - but OAPs must buy the phones
The party says it’s “challenging stereotyping of elderly” but the measure has been criticised as “a bit mad”.
Lucinda the 'watchdog' thinks someone's out to smear her character
The Renua leader said the election is “make or break” for her party.
This One Direction election ad sparked an absolute holy show on Twitter
Labour, it’s time to log off.
With 10 days left, the latest poll is very bad news for Fine Gael
The party has dropped five points since the election started.
Lucinda Creighton hits out over standards in public office complaint
A complaint against the Renua leader was made anonymously earlier this month.
Here's what our political parties have spent on election posters *
The ones that would tell us that is. asked all parties in the general election what their poster budget amounted to – here’s what we found out.
This is what a Renua government could look like
The party has listed some of the principles on which it will not compromise.
Renua TD's premature poster erection in north Dublin
Posters urging people to Vote No 1 for Terence Flanagan are appearing a little early in Dublin Bay North.
War of words between Lucinda and councillor over 'spectacular u-turn'
The Renua Ireland leader has hit back at a hypocrisy claim, calling it “bizarre”.
Gerry Adams will speak to the nation on the eve of the Rising centenary
The Sinn Féin leader will deliver a keynote speech on live TV at the conclusion of the party’s Ard Fheis.
The 8 most likely governments after the next election
As the election looms large, we assess what coalition options are on the table.
Could we be in line for a Fine Gael-Renua coalition? Leo seems interested
The Health Minister is warm to sharing the cabinet table with Lucinda Creighton, three years after she left his party.
A fifth Renua candidate has stepped down after failing to disclose tax issues
Desmond J Hayes was to run for Lucinda Creighton’s party in Limerick City.
Poll: Do you agree with Renua's three strikes policy?
Those convicted of certain offences three times would face life imprisonment.
Renua's policy on Irish Water is a little murky
The party’s manifesto has no details on how it would “dismantle” Irish Water.