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2015/03/31 19:41
2015/03/31 19:41
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A former Fianna Fáil Senator says taxpayers money being spent on the marriage equality and Presidential voting age referendums would be better spent on HIV testing for gay people. Jim Walsh, who...
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2015/03/30 16:41
2015/03/30 16:41
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A Senator has threatened to call a vote on over 100 amendments of a new Bill overhauling the law on adoption. Senator Mullen wants his colleagues to vote down every single part of the Children &...
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2015/03/26 17:41
2015/03/26 17:41
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A Fianna Fáil Senator has resigned from the party this afternoon. Jim Walsh from Wexford is opposed to the Children and Family Relationships Bill which is going through the Seanad. Senator Walsh,...
2015/03/23 09:41
2015/03/23 09:41
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The UN has repeatedly criticised Ireland’s human rights record on a range of fronts. Some of those failures and what the State is doing to address them are listed here. International Covenant on...
2015/03/18 10:33
2015/03/18 10:33
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South City: Restored bridge over Dodder will honour late Lord Mayor Joyce Fegan – 18 March 2015 03:00 AM A HISTORIC bridge is to be restored to its former glory and will reopen this summer with a...
2015/03/14 01:41
2015/03/14 01:41
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Renua Ireland’s policies are as notable for what’s missing as what’s included as the party’s 42-page policy summary has little on many of the major issues providing headaches for the current...
2015/03/11 14:41
2015/03/11 14:41
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The Seanad has passed an emergency Bill to re-introduce the ban on drugs like ecstasy and crystal meth. The Misuse of Drugs (Amendment) Bill will now go to President Higgins this afternoon to be...
2015/03/11 09:47
2015/03/11 09:47
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Today, an Irish court overturned a ban on over 120 drugs, including ecstasy, ketamine, benzodiazepines and others, after finding the current law unconstitutional. Here's a Q&A that will tell you...
2015/03/10 18:13
2015/03/10 18:13
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Politicians were tonight franctically trying to pass emergency legislation to rectify the blunder. But the new legislation will not come into effect until Thursday - meaning the possession of certain...
2015/03/10 17:50
2015/03/10 17:50
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The Irish senate (Dáil) is working to pass emergency legislation to rectify a loophole that accidentally legalized certain drugs., including ecstasy. Photo by: iStock Photo Ireland has accidentally...
2015/03/10 16:42
2015/03/10 16:42
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A written judgment released by the Republic’s court of appeal said part of the Misuse of Drugs Act 1977, which allows certain substances to be controlled, is unconstitutional, meaning all government...
2015/03/10 16:23
2015/03/10 16:23
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Dozens of criminal cases could be affected by drugs loopholes, admits Leo Varadkar Daniel McConnell Group Political Correspondent – 10 March 2015 04:02 PM Health Minister Leo Varadkar has admitted...
2015/03/10 14:28
2015/03/10 14:28
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A number of drugs such as ecstasy and crystal meth have become legal for a short period in Ireland, due to a legal loophole, while the government passes new emergency laws. The Dáil has moved to pass...
2015/03/10 01:49
2015/03/10 01:49
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An Irishman’s Diary on Arthur Cox – solicitor, senator and priest From corporate titan to missionary Arthur Cox in 1964. From the book ‘Arthur Cox’ written by Eugene McCague. Legal firm Arthur Cox...
2015/03/09 10:29
2015/03/09 10:29
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David Norris: The referendum will pass - but I won't be marrying Joyce Fegan – 09 March 2015 03:00 AM Senator David Norris says that the agony of the 2011 presidential election campaign both...
2015/03/07 00:42
2015/03/07 00:42
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If Clare TD Timmy Dooley turns up in the Dáil wearing a Superman outfit, don’t be surprised. There aren’t many politicians seen as superheroes these days, but the Clare deputy is the exception. The...
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2015/03/04 10:41
2015/03/04 10:41
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Two of the country’s busiest NCT test centres are opening on a 24-hour basis in a bid to tackle waiting lists of up to six-months in some locations and concerns one in every 10 vehicles is using an...
2015/03/04 10:00
2015/03/04 10:00
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The Standardised Packaging Bill 2014 was presented for debate in the Oireachtas last week and it went to the Seanad for senators to approve technical amendments. The President of Ireland, Michael D....
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