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European Parliament election – who are your candidates?

European Parliament election – who are your candidates?

On June 7, there will be elections for European Parliament – with Ireland having 14 seats up for grabs. The Dublin constituency have four available MEP seats, while the Midlands-North-West…

Stoneybatter’s Green MEP on why he’s seeking re-election 

Stoneybatter’s Green MEP on why he’s seeking re-election 

Ciarán Cuffe talks about his work in Dublin and Europe as the June 7th European Parliament election nears. “I think it’s important to protect green spaces as we build more…

On Meath Street: Tempestuous conversations, bold statements and appetite for change 

On Meath Street: Tempestuous conversations, bold statements and appetite for change 

As the Dáil returns from a three-month break, a plethora of issues remain unresolved. From a scandalous summer of secret pay deals, intense protests and increased inflation, the new autumn…

What do you meme: General Election 2020 edition

What do you meme: General Election 2020 edition

Memes we will remember By Katie Ward Online culture has monumentally changed politics. Social media has the capacity to reach out to the youth and give them quizzes about who…

Life on the dole

Life on the dole

There has been a huge increase in the number of unemployed people who had their dole cut for failing to take offers of work or training. In a recent report…

Fellow politicians react to the death of Martin McGuinness

Fellow politicians react to the death of Martin McGuinness

Martin McGuinness will be “fondly remembered” by republicans in Dublin according to Aengus Ó Snodaigh, Sinn Féin TD for the Liberties area. The former Northern Ireland deputy first minister passed…

Dublin 8’s views on new political party

Dublin 8’s views on new political party

With the introduction of Renua Ireland, the new political party set up by former Fine Gael TD Lucinda Creighton, John Smith asks the public if new political parties are just…

Filming of RTE’s Haughey drama starts this week

Filming of RTE’s Haughey drama starts this week

Love/Hate star Aidan Gillen will play former Taoiseach Charles Haughey in a new three-part drama.…

Clare Daly resigns from Socialist Party

Clare Daly resigns from Socialist Party

Local councillors express their views on Clare Daly and her recent resignation from the Socialist Party.…