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# roderic-ogorman - Saturday 25 July, 2020

'Mould, fire hazards and damp' identified at Direct Provision centres as new Minister aims for independent inspections

No inspections of centres have taken place since late March due to Covid-19.

# roderic-ogorman - Monday 20 July, 2020

Children's Minister accepts apology from John Connors who says he was 'politically naive'

Connors was part of a campaign that sought to have Roderic O’Gorman resign.

# roderic-ogorman - Friday 17 July, 2020

Children's minister: Eamon Ryan's Dáil snooze 'a moment of human frailty'

Footage of Ryan asleep in the Convention Centre last night has gone viral.

# roderic-ogorman - Wednesday 15 July, 2020

'We'll have to deal with what the far-right say': Minister Roderic O'Gorman on childcare, social media and ending Direct Provision

O’Gorman sat down with TheJournal.ie as he take the reins of the children’s ministry.

# roderic-ogorman - Thursday 9 July, 2020

Minister for Children says 85% of creches to re-open after 'inaccurate' information provided to Dáil

Earlier, Tánaiste Leo Varadkar had told the Dáil that just 60% of childcare providers would be re-opening.

# roderic-ogorman - Monday 6 July, 2020

Children's minister rejects 'homophobic' online claims linking him to comments about paedophilia

Roderic O’Gorman criticised the claims made on social media in recent days.

# roderic-ogorman - Saturday 28 March, 2015

Why this councillor was canvassing for Trevor Sargent... when he was 10

Roderic O’Gorman’s love for the Greens goes all the way back to canvassing with Trevor Sargent in 1992.

# roderic-ogorman - Friday 31 October, 2014

A government department got this Green Party councillor's name hopelessly wrong

# roderic-ogorman - Monday 24 March, 2014

Here's who is in the running for the by-election after Patrick Nulty's resignation

These are the runners and riders after the shock resignation of Patrick Nulty at the weekend.

# roderic-ogorman - Friday 20 January, 2012

Leinster House is 'unnatural' - Gilmore

Speaking at a conference in Dublin this afternoon on how to elect more women, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore compared Leinster House to a boarding school for its lack of gender balance.

# roderic-ogorman - Sunday 11 December, 2011

Green Party: We want to double party membership by 2016

The party, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in Irish politics today, has unveiled its plan for rebuilding the party.

# roderic-ogorman - Friday 25 November, 2011

Column: This is a difficult time for the Greens - but we have reasons for optimism

The Green Party has a lot of work to do to regain the trust of voters – but Irish politics needs our voice, writes new Chairperson of the party Roderic O’Gorman.

We must rebuild trust with voters – Green Party

In an article for TheJournal.ie, incoming Chairperson Roderic O’Gorman says that the party is ‘optimistic’ about the future – but there is a ‘difficult road ahead’.

# roderic-ogorman - Wednesday 26 October, 2011

A farmer, a teacher and JFK: meet the Dublin West by-election candidates

A total of 13 candidates are running for the seat vacated by the death of Brian Lenihan. TheJournal.ie runs the rule over all of them…

# roderic-ogorman - Thursday 13 October, 2011

13 names in the running for Dublin West by-election

Six non-party candidates line up against seven from established parties, in the by-election to fill Brian Lenihan’s old seat.

# roderic-ogorman - Friday 9 September, 2011

First candidates named in Dublin West by-election

The election is eight weeks away, but we already have a few candidates – though larger parties are yet to name theirs.