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# Seanad

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A senator wants something done about 'raucous seagulls stealing children's lollipops'
Calls for measures to be introduced to eliminate avoidable blindness by 2020
Senator claims 'discrimination' as row erupts over sign language interpreter in the Dáil
What changes does Ibec want in the 2015 Budget?
Calls for interpreters to be present when Deaf people attend the Dáil
The government doesn't have a majority in the Seanad, but will pass a law to fix that today
Here's the one thing Enda Kenny and Joan Burton have definitely agreed on...
The government has lost another Seanad vote - and it could delay free GP care for children
Why are the Central Bank so secretive?
Will some people lose their free travel passes?
“This is Joan’s day”: 5 winners and 5 losers from the political week
Wish pubs would open on Good Friday? It could become a reality
What are the main issues surrounding fertility in Ireland?
In numbers: The Dáil and Seanad sat for 234 days or 1,745 hours last year
Could a levy on alcohol help suicide prevention?
How much will you be paying for your water?
The government wants to sort out its Seanad problem before the summer holidays
How should Irish adoption laws be changed?
Senators seek to close loophole that may aid forced marriages
How important is alcohol to Irish agriculture?
The government doesn't have a majority in the Seanad and has to change the law to get it back
PAC will be examining penalty points and speed cameras today
What can TDs do to prevent suicide in prisons?
How are senior gardaí appointed and removed from their jobs?
Susan O'Keeffe would have got a better reaction 'if she said she was hungover'
Just Senator Susan O'Keeffe, giving a radio interview... wait, WHAT?
Joan Burton says the banking inquiry vote is good news for women in politics
Taoiseach compared to Hitler as government regains majority on banking inquiry
Attempts to kick Fianna Fáil senator off banking inquiry fall flat
Does Ireland's corporate tax rate need to be changed?
RTÉ says televising National Special Olympics would be too expensive
With all this politics what hope does the banking inquiry have of finding out anything?
Here's how the government could restore its majority on the banking inquiry
Do sexual assault laws discriminate against people with disabilities?
'A dog's dinner': Banking inquiry could be delayed as government tries to sort out its own mess
Banking inquiry 'rocked' after lengthy row over senator's 'conflict of interest'
Government set to overturn rejection of Labour senator from banking inquiry
How is the government revamping the social welfare system?
Should there be a centralised database to record all racist incidents in Ireland?
James Reilly denies there was conflict of interest in maternity services review