A former MEP, failed Dáil candidates and party councillors are in the running to be added to a list of nominees for the upcoming Seanad elections.
Labour leader Brendan Howlin, too, called for a progressive alliance of the left and has called for such parties to agree a “common agenda” if they are in government together.
It was voted through by 35 votes to 25 at a meeting in City Hall, after originally being put off last week.
A man in his 20s is in a serious condition in hospital following a hit-and-run in Dublin.
The leadership issue has been put on the back burner before the general election but unless there is a positive result, the knives will be out for Brendan Howlin, writes Political Correspondent
Dublin city councillors have agreed not to sell public land to private developers for housing for the next five years.
Labour senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin has apologised to his Labour colleagues for suggesting Brendan Howlin and Joan Burton need to make way for “generational renewal” within the party.
One always suspected a day like yesterday would come.
A group of Labour councillors have called on party colleagues to focus on core issues rather than a possible leadership challenge to Brendan Howlin.
Dublin City Council is set to take possession of Iveagh Market.
A retiring judge yesterday criticised some sectors of the media for swingeing attacks on sentences imposed by courts rather than addressing the more complex area of reintroducing prisoners to society on their release from jail.
Labour is aiming to double its Dáil seats in the next general election and will begin the process of selecting candidates in the coming weeks as it seeks to rebuild the party.
Buskers could face auditions to play on the street under new laws being proposed by Dublin City Council.
Some €16m in funding has been made available to start the regeneration of Dolphin House in Rialto Dublin in the new year.
A Dublin City Councillor is calling on the Government to do more to clamp down on knife crime.
A toddler who fell from the window of a fifth floor apartment has died today.
A MAN with a “severe psychiatric issue” was remanded in custody yesterday after being charged with arson in connection with a fire at a historic church in Dublin.
ONE word in particular kept popping into my head at the Labour Party Conference on Sunday afternoon.
READING Fergus Finlay’s column (May 29), there are some points I wish to raise in relation to the Labour party and its election performance.
LABOUR Youth is planning to protest today outside Limerick’s Henry St Garda Station to highlight ongoing concerns about lack of garda reform.
WHILE walking down Westland Row in Dublin the other day I noticed ‘ÓSF’ (Ogra Sinn Féin) spray-painted on the footpath four times, and ‘ÓSF Revolt’ on the wall.
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