Person: Mark Daly
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Fri, 03 Apr, 2020
Fri, 03 Apr, 2020
For several years, it was not so much smoke but thick clouds of cynicism that hung over Salazar’s work as head coach at the Nike Oregon Project.
Wed, 02 Oct, 2019
The Government has been accused of “hiding”’ sensitive issues from the public after it emerged that the possibility of a border poll will not be included in the National Risk Assessment.
Mon, 24 Jun, 2019
Fish and chips, sirloin steaks and piña colada cocktails were the order of the day at a relaxed dinner attended by US President Donald Trump at his Doonbeg resort on Thursday night.
Fri, 07 Jun, 2019
Guidelines for using the national anthem and support for a formal Irish sign language version of it have been proposed by an all-party Oireachtas committee.
Wed, 18 Jul, 2018
The Government is blocking long-sought corporate manslaughter laws that would potentially see senior officials responsible for the cervical cancer tests scandal and other crises jailed because “the system is looking after itself”, it has been claimed.
Tue, 08 May, 2018
Alain Newstead has good reason to celebrate the passage of a new law to ensure access to public services through Irish Sign Language for him and more than 5,000 other deaf people.
Fri, 15 Dec, 2017
There are concerns that new US immigration laws will make it more difficult for undocumented Irish to secure visas.
Fri, 04 Aug, 2017
Ireland should begin preparing for “peaceful reunification” to address the long-term consequence of Brexit, an Oireachtas committee has urged.
Thu, 03 Aug, 2017
The first report on how to achieve a peaceful reunification of Ireland will be published today.
Wed, 02 Aug, 2017
The new Lord Mayor of Cork says he is confident that a “fair compensation package” for the county council can be worked out to secure a city boundary extension.
Sat, 17 Jun, 2017
Wed, 30 Nov, 2016
The former director of the National Museum is furious that the Seanad is to move into the building while staff are so anxious they have been “weeping”.
Wed, 19 Oct, 2016
Fri, 14 Oct, 2016
Moves to reform the Seanad may finally pick up pace with its members yesterday debating Senator Michael McDowell’s bill that would see half the house directly elected.
Thu, 14 Jul, 2016
Moves are underway in the Seanad to copyright Amhrán na bhFiann.
Mon, 11 Jul, 2016
The Government may take the concerns surrounding the ongoing imprisonment of Irishman Ibrahim Halawa to a European level, in the absence of movement from the Egyptian government.
Fri, 01 Jul, 2016
Dyspraxia may be relatively unknown but it is a common, if undetected, condition, as finds out
Mon, 30 May, 2016
With minutes to spare before the 12pm deadline, the Independent councillor for the Killarney area, Danny Healy-Rae, surprised everyone and handed in his nomination papers to run in the 2016 general election.
Fri, 12 Feb, 2016
Thu, 11 Feb, 2016
Smoking in cars where children are present will be outlawed from January 1 with offenders facing fixed fines of €100 and tougher penalties if caught breaking the new law by gardaí.
Fri, 18 Dec, 2015
Thu, 17 Dec, 2015
Calls have been made to bring back retired gardaí to fill vacant positions left by members of the force on leave.
Mon, 16 Nov, 2015
As the fog began to lift around the ground, Midleton’s Cian Murray lit up this Premier 1 U15 football championship final, scoring 1-5 as his side clinched their second title in two years in dramatic style.
Mon, 02 Nov, 2015
Eygpt’s ambassador to Ireland snubbed efforts by an Oireachtas committee to attend yesterday’s scheduled court hearing in Cairo of the mass trial involving Irish teenager Ibrahim Halawa.
Mon, 05 Oct, 2015
Dolphins accompanied a group of long-distance swimmers on much of their fundraising route across Tramore Bay, Co Waterford, in aid of the local lifeboat service.
Mon, 31 Aug, 2015
You’ve read our reports and editorials on tomorrow’s same-sex marriage referendum. Now it’s time for your voice to be heard
Thu, 21 May, 2015
All new Government quangos will be barred from cities and ordered to set up in rural Ireland under Fianna Fáil measures to create 30,000 jobs outside the capital.
Mon, 27 Apr, 2015
Independent senators will make a last-ditch attempt to thwart the Government’s Irish Water bill this morning by pushing for any future privatisation of the firm to be agreed by referendum.
Fri, 19 Dec, 2014
A Fianna Fáil senator is today standing by his claims that Enda Kenny spoke to John McNulty about the Seanad by-election - three months before Mr McNulty got his role at IMMA.
Thu, 09 Oct, 2014
A Fianna Fáil senator has used parliamentary privilege to claim that Enda Kenny discussed appointing John McNulty to the Seanad as long ago as June.
Wed, 08 Oct, 2014
Calls have been made for a crackdown on "sinister elements’’ allegedly involved in a protection racket at a fair in a top tourist town.
Thu, 14 Aug, 2014
All events between 1912 and 1916 that led to the creation of modern Ireland are being commemorated, according to the Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, Heather Humphreys.
Tue, 05 Aug, 2014
A row has broken out between a Fianna Fáil senator and the Ceann Comhairle over the supply of an interpreter to a group of deaf people, due to travel to the Oireachtas for a debate on cuts to services.
Wed, 16 Jul, 2014
The Irish Deaf Society says the Dáil will not provide an Irish Sign Language (ISL) interpreter when they attend the public gallery in the Dáil to watch Leader's Questions.
Tue, 15 Jul, 2014
The removal of the long-serving MEP Brian Crowley from the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party was described as "a very sad day for Fianna Fáil" and a "terrible turn of events" by its finance spokesman, Michael McGrath.
Wed, 25 Jun, 2014
Health Minister James Reilly, on a breakneck trip to the South-West for a number of pre-election duties yesterday, denied he was being "held back" by Fine Gael strategists because of a perceived lack of popularity.
Tue, 20 May, 2014
Senior officials with the National Ambulance Service will next week meet with GPs, healthcare professionals, community leaders, and politicians amid warnings a restructured service will cost lives in Kerry.
Thu, 24 Apr, 2014
Health Minister James Reilly has agreed to fasttrack legislation to ban people smoking in cars carrying children after the Seanad passed the statute some two years after the initiative began.
Fri, 18 Apr, 2014
Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte’s press release on the debate on gay marriage is disturbing reading for any democrat.
Sat, 08 Feb, 2014
A delegation from the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs and Trade will lobby US Congress today to introduce new legalisation to reform immigration laws.
Tue, 22 Oct, 2013