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# Seanad

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Trouble ahead? Independent minister undecided on Israeli goods trade ban bill
Fianna Fáil to support trade ban with lands held by Israel, but embassy calls it 'immoral'
'I've never been a boycott fan': Micheál Martin unlikely to support Eurovision boycott
'A deceptive practice': Bill to ban LGBTQ conversion therapies passes second stage of Seanad
'Elitist', 'not sure it's worth saving': Slow progress of Seanad reform criticised
'Young people should stay away from politics': Senator criticised for comments as voting age bill blocked
TDs approve Eighth Amendment referendum Bill
Dáil suspended for the rest of the week due to the 'the Beast from the East'
Vacant Seanad seat should be filled by someone with a unionist background, says senator
Varadkar: 'The Israeli government has a tendency to disengage with countries that recognise the state of Palestine'
Taoiseach says electing people from Northern Ireland will give the Seanad an 'all-island dimension'
Irish ambassador to Israel summoned by Netanyahu over Seanad bill
Bill aims to give hospitality workers the right to keep their tips
Taoiseach says ministers will be allowed 'dissent' on Eighth Amendment
'Couldn't negotiate a piss up in a brewery': Row erupts in Seanad over Ireland's failed Rugby bid
Opinion: 'Our indifference to our flag and anthem is actually healthy'
Caoimhín De Barra
How should we protect our national anthem? The Seanad wants your input
Senators are back today, and they have some new digs
Last call for Good Friday drinking ban as bill passes in the Seanad
Law change will make it easier for refugee families to reunite in Ireland
Norris lets rip on vulture funds: 'Why were they allowed into this country?'
Former Fianna Fáil senator Des Hanafin has died
'I'm surprised that the leader of our country had the neck to walk in Darkness Into Light'
'Darkness Into Light allows us to talk about the wound left by suicide'
'I couldn't believe they over-medicated my father to shut him up because he was singing'
'People are getting exploited': New law aims to ensure waiting staff get their tips
Fianna Fáil accused of u-turn ahead of debate on lowering voting age to 16
Poll: Should the voting age be lowered to 16?
Galway City Council investigating allegations staff were gifted social housing
A Fine Gael politician has not fully repaid the large allowance he was given after losing his Dáil seat
Trivialities of the 'reformed' Seanad: 'Senators talking about All-Ireland tickets and seagulls'
Senator Gerard P Craughwell
New laws could curb disputes over wills in Ireland
'My thinking on social issues is really beginning to evolve': Lynn Ruane on her first full term in the Seanad
Nicola Sturgeon urges Ireland and Scotland to 'send a powerful signal' around the world
Environmentalists cut "deep wounds" in government's bill on hedge-cutting extension
Seanad to temporarily relocate to National Museum despite objections
The National Museum has 'no spare space for vagrant Senators' (according to An Taisce)
Phil Hogan says the UK is 'going to learn a hard lesson' over Brexit
Staff 'weeping' over plans to temporarily rehouse Seanad in wing of National Museum
Not happy - Fine Gael senators have been giving out about All Ireland tickets... again