Place: Fianna Fail
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Ireland South MEP candidate Malcolm Byrne has played down any suggestions of an internal rift in the party between him and running mate Billy Kelleher.
Mon, 27 May, 2019
The event, at Lahinch Golf Club, the venue for the forthcoming Irish Open, is attended by members of the Oireachtas past and present, as well as staff and the media.
Mon, 13 May, 2019
When questioned last Monday by RTÉ over her startling claim about Ms Guerin, Gemma refused to elaborate, writes
Sat, 08 Sep, 2018
A debut book of short stories and a powerful new single dealing with suicide and are just two of the projects that Blindboy of the Rubberbandits has on the boil, writes
Thu, 05 Oct, 2017
It was a week in which the business news was dominated by the travails of dodgy German car salesmen and by the Flight of the Web Summit Earls to a less costly Lisbon.
Mon, 28 Sep, 2015
The Government is to blame for flood of water protests, says Michael Clifford.
Sun, 02 Nov, 2014
A dirty tricks campaign has been launched against former Education Minister Mary Hanafin in an bid to disrupt her attempt to win a local election seat in Blackrock, Co Dublin.
Thu, 15 May, 2014
“Stay true to what you believe and don’t criticise.”
Wed, 16 May, 2012
So Fergus Finlay is advocating a yes vote, and I applaud him for so doing, but I cannot help wondering what his stance would be if the Labour Party were in opposition rather than in Government.
Thu, 03 May, 2012
SEAN GALLAGHER’S bid for the presidency was in disarray last night after the businessman changed his story three times in 24 hours about the collection of a €5,000 fundraising cheque for Fianna Fáil.
Wed, 26 Oct, 2011
FIANNA FÁIL’S outgoing junior minister Dick Roche finally conceded defeat in Wicklow last night after a full day of rechecking of votes failed to save his seat.
Tue, 01 Mar, 2011
Tue, 08 Feb, 2011
Fri, 04 Feb, 2011
FIANNA FÁIL has rubber-stamped a plan to pump tens of thousands of euro into a community project in the home town of embattled Kerry South TD John O’Donoghue.
Tue, 01 Feb, 2011
The new leader of Fianna Fáil will be voted in today in a secret ballot. Seventy-two TDs will vote after the re-admission of Jimmy Devins last night.
Wed, 26 Jan, 2011
FORMER Ceann Comhairle and sitting Fianna Fáil TD for Kerry South John O’Donoghue last night held off a strong challenge from a party councillor to win a nomination to fight the next general election.
Mon, 10 Jan, 2011
THERE is one group of establishment country-wreckers that has managed completely to evade any kind of accountability for bringing this country to ruin.
Sat, 27 Nov, 2010
NOW that the British chancellor of the exchequer has said Britain stands ready to participate in rescuing the state-owned Irish banks, it is appropriate that we should recall the words of an old song.
Fri, 19 Nov, 2010
FIANNA Fáil shows its true disreputable colours in sacrificing Ivor Callely, not for the wrongs he has done, but for bringing the party into so-called disrepute and unwelcome opprobrium on the heads of its politicians.
Sat, 07 Aug, 2010
Talks between Anglo Irish Bank and the Financial Regulator about a possible takeover of the embattled Quinn Insurance firm continued tonight ahead of a crucial court hearing.
Sun, 11 Apr, 2010
GOVERNMENT ministers remain steadfastly reliant on their ministerial cars and government aircraft to travel countrywide and worldwide, according to new figures.
Sat, 17 Nov, 2007
IT was a financial stroke of luck that even Bertie Ahern couldn’t dream of. His daughter Cecelia’s boyfriend David Keoghan put €100 each way and €100 to win on My Valley at 25 to 1 and came out €6,000 wealthier.
Wed, 01 Aug, 2007
FORMER taoiseach Albert Reynolds allegedly got the Industrial Development Authority (IDA) to block developer Tom Gilmartin’s plans to acquire lands for a proposed shopping complex, the Mahon Tribunal heard yesterday.
Thu, 07 Jun, 2007
A FIANNA FÁIL county councillor has accused his own ministers of being arrogant and complacent.
Wed, 16 May, 2007
YOU never know which Brian Cowen out are going to meet on any given day — the indolent clerk or the guy who’s surreptitiously sneaked into the phone booth to slip on his Super Biffo outfit.
Tue, 15 May, 2007
Health Service Executive managers are not interested in massive reform of patient care, nurses representatives claimed today.
Tue, 01 May, 2007
WATERFORD Regional Youth Services is today preparing for one of the busiest days on its calendar.
Thu, 21 Sep, 2006
A RECORD attendance for Tuesday at the Galway Races enjoyed sunshine, crowd-pleasing winners and a great cure for a Monday night session.
Wed, 02 Aug, 2006
Dignitaries and old allies of former Taoiseach Charles Haughey, who died yesterday, visited his north Dublin home today to pay their respects.
Wed, 14 Jun, 2006
THE commercial salmon fishing sector has failed to reach its quota since 2001. That year the quota stood at 237,099 and the netsmen returned a catch of 237,626. In 2002, it was set at 219,649 and the return was 208,982.
Mon, 26 Sep, 2005
Thu, 16 Jun, 2005
INADEQUATE grants are forcing students to drop out of college courses despite Government claims that third-level education is a priority, students’ leaders said yesterday.
Wed, 13 Oct, 2004
Fine Gael will set up a dedicated Garda Organised Crime Unit if they are elected, party leader Enda Kenny pledged tonight.
Sat, 24 Apr, 2004
FIANNA FÁIL headquarters last night denied the claim by Education Minister Noel Dempsey that he only provided customised briefing documents for local election candidates under instruction from the party.
Sat, 24 Apr, 2004
TAOISEACH Bertie Ahern last night lashed out at striking bus and rail workers who brought public transport to a standstill yesterday.
Tue, 17 Feb, 2004
After the 1977 general election, the gerrymandering aspect was taken out of politics with the establishment of an independent Constituency Commission.
Mon, 12 Jan, 2004
“I REALLY don’t know what I will do now,” said bewildered Dublin woman Rosaleen Hickey, one of 40 mothers who protested yesterday over the axing of childcare funding for adult education students.
Tue, 16 Sep, 2003
I’VE been lucky enough to be a witness to a range of dramatic political events. During the years I worked in Fianna Fáil headquarters, for example, I had a bird’s eye view of controversies during the Lenihan-Robinson Presidential election in 1990 and the collapse of the Reynolds Government in 1994.
Thu, 29 May, 2003
IN Government the Labour party would introduce a Garda Ombudsman and restore the Freedom of Information Act, Pat Rabbitte told Labour’s annual conference in Killarney this weekend.
Mon, 12 May, 2003
YOUR issue of February 13 last contained a report on the sale of a letter “penned
Thu, 27 Mar, 2003
An anti-war protestor has thrown paint over Fianna Fail Senator Terry Leyden outside Leinster House in Dublin.
Thu, 20 Mar, 2003
POLITICAL lobbyist Frank Dunlop was “under siege” from councillors demanding money in the run-up to the 1991 local elections, the Flood Tribunal heard yesterday.
Thu, 19 Dec, 2002
The Good Friday Agreement will not be re-negotiated, Bertie Ahern warned hardline unionists today.
Sun, 20 Oct, 2002