July 10, 2020
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THE first shots of the Civil War were fired on 18 February 1922, when an IRA unit commanded by Ernie O’Malley seized a police station in Clonmel. The last shots were fired in April this year when Séamus Ó Néill, president of Fianna Fáil’s  Comhairle Dáilcheantair for Waterford, issued a statement criticising Micheál Martin for proposing a government coalition
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The new Cabinet has been decided by Taoiseach Micheál Martin, Fine Gael leader Leo Varadkar and Eamon Ryan of the Green Party. The Dáil is currently sitting in the Convention Centre to ratify their positions before they travel to Dublin Castle to receive their seals of office from President Michael D Higgins. The three party leaders are […]
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A Kilkenny TD has expressed “huge disappointment” at the Government’s new plan to rescue the childcare sector. Local poll-topper Deputy Kathleen Funchion, who is also Sinn Féin’s frontbench spokesperson on children and youth affairs, said the plan outlined by the Government this week will not be enough to save many childcare centres in Kilkenny and […]