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Monday 11 December 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Greens

This year
Green Party not ruling out being part of Sinn Féin-led coalition, Ryan says
The Green Party leader also condemned the ongoing violence in Gaza.
Eamon Ryan claims Green Party is the 'most effective' junior coalition partner in Irish history
Ryan told his colleagues at the party’s think-in that the Greens have “learnt from the past” and are determined to play a “decisive role”.
Last year
Ryan sets target of 10% of electorate voting Green in 2024 elections
Ryan was delivering the keynote speech at the Green Party conference in Athlone.
Eamon Ryan says his party 'showed real strength' in suspending two Green TDs
The party leader said there was “consensus” within his parliamentary party to suspend Neasa Hourigan and Patrick Costello.
All time
Green Party Dáil split vote on CETA avoided (for now at least)
The controversial EU-Canada trade deal is to be examined by the EU Affairs Committee.
Interview: Saoirse McHugh on why being able to say 'I told you so' gives her no comfort whatsoever
“When you look at what the government is coming out with in terms of climate, they may as well be climate change deniers.”
Neasa Hourigan says efforts to push CETA deal through are 'extraordinary' and 'cynical'
Hourigan told that the current environment in the Green Party is “unpleasant”.
Eamon Ryan confirms Green Party leadership contest will go ahead online
Party rules dictate a leadership contest has to take place within six months of a general election.
Mark Ruffalo says fossil fuel companies want to 'junk Ireland up' with fracked gas
The Greens have brought in some Hollywood big guns to get the PfG over the line
Poll: Should we have car-free zones in cities this summer to help businesses?
Green Party TD Steven Matthews said this would help make things easier for pedestrians, cyclists and businesses.
'Disturbing': War of words breaks out between the Greens and FG over 7% emissions target
A new government could be a while away as emissions targets becomes a stumbling block.
Both main parties lose ground as Fine Gael retains slim lead over Fianna Fáil in latest opinion poll
The latest Behaviour & Attitudes poll for the Sunday Times was published today.
Liberal Democrats top new UK poll, surging ahead of Conservatives and Labour
The Brexit Party and the Greens have also both seen gains.
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
A sun-bed levy and 'young, hip Mayo towns': Smaller parties reveal their Budget wish lists
A busy morning on Molesworth Street, as the Greens, SocDems and Solidarity-PBP unveiled their ideas.
Poll: Should speaking time for smaller Dáil parties be reduced?
Under Fianna Fáil’s proposals, backbenchers from bigger parties would have more time.
The new food pyramid: More fruit and veg, fewer carbohydrates (and no white bread)
Fruit and vegetables now comprise the largest shelf on the food pyramid.
Herd of cattle stampeded through a Clare golf course, destroying 10 of its greens
“There was a look of shock and horror on the members’ faces after they had seen what the cattle have done.”
The Greens' new senator on her activist past and the bombing of the Rainbow Warrior
Former surf champion Grace O’Sullivan has had a pretty unique career to date.
'TDs are not elected to be silent' - Green Party deputy gives impassioned maiden Dáil speech
The refusal of political parties to even consider forming a stable government has been disingenuously linked to the national interest, says Catherine Martin TD.
"I feel very weak in the mornings": These two men are staging a five day pre-election fast
They’re “ratcheting up” their campaigning, as “all of the other actions of protest have made no difference”.
RTÉ will NOT be forced to let the Greens into tonight's leaders' debate
The Green Party went to the High Court to try to get involved in an eight-way debate.
Eamon Ryan: It'd be bloody difficult to lead the Greens if we don't win any seats
The Green Party has launched its manifesto in Dublin this morning.
You wait all day for the Greens' election bus - and when it arrives it's mildly terrifying
It’s not often you get to shout “bridge!” at an election event.
Eamon Ryan lashes RTÉ and says Ireland needs the Greens like never before
The Green Party leader has been rallying members in Dublin today.
Enda is the most popular leader in the country, but it's not all good news for him
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
Should motorists be charged more for using the M50 to help ease traffic?
Here’s what the government plans to do to combat Dublin traffic – and some advice from the Green Party.
Should RTÉ's campus be turned into student accommodation?
The Green Party has proposed the idea.
The Greens have a radical plan to feed every schoolchild in the country
The party wants to provide every schoolchild in the country with at least one hot meal a day.
The latest poll is bad for the government and REALLY good for Sinn Féin
Support for the coalition has dropped in the last month according to a poll in tomorrow’s Sunday Business Post.
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.
'It was 1am and we'd been discussing development plans': Meet the Green who doesn't care about populism
Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin on being a ‘New Green’, women in politics and keeping it in the family.
Watch Eamon Ryan explain why the Greens would do a deal with anyone (including Sinn Féin)
Eamon Ryan spoke about his party’s ambitions ahead of the next general election.
Watch this video of Eamon Ryan getting REALLY angry about Alan Kelly
The Green Party leader had few kinds words for the Environment Minister when he came into us this week…
Here's where Eamon Ryan is going to run in the general election
The party leader is looking to return to the Dáil.
Like cycling? Fancy a €43k-a-year job as Dublin's Cycling Czar?
The new appointee will have an input to Luas, bus and road projects and act as a cycling ‘advocate’ for the city.
Here's how much will be spent on cleaning streets and repairing paths in Dublin
The city council passed its annual budget last night.
A government department got this Green Party councillor's name hopelessly wrong
“Roderic Broderick”
What would the Greens do in Government? ... Build, build, build
Eamon Ryan’s weighing in with his proposals, ahead of next Tuesday’s Budget announcement.
Sinn Féin is now the most popular party in the State
An Irish Independent poll shows that they now have more support in the Republic than any other party.