The Green Party has today given a cautious welcome to the Minister of State for Local Government’s proposal to roll out directly elected mayors to… Read More »Greens give cautious welcome to proposals for directly elected Mayors
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The Green Party has made a call to the Minister for Local Government to fund the establishment of an EU Unit in every Local Authority… Read More »Greens urge setting up an EU Unit in every Local Authority
An Bord Pleanala decision to scrap planning for ring road extension is a major setback to safer mobility in town centre The decision by an… Read More »Kilkenny’s ring road extension hits a bump in the road.
My message to You as a Green public representative in your community is to cherish the simplicity of the love of family and friendship but also to look towards the year ahead as an activist, an active participant in changing the narrative, to work collaboratively towards a more just, equal and safe planet.
Only 11 out of 31 Local Authorities will be in a position to levy landowners by January deadline The Green Party has today urged the… Read More »Greens Urge Government to Extend Vacant Sites Levy Process
The Green Party has today claimed that Ireland can halt and reverse a global trend in biodiversity loss but that it must be led by… Read More »Green Party claim WWF Report is a call to action
A novel proposal to turn cow manure into a gas to power a fleet of city buses has been unanimously supported by members of Kilkenny… Read More »Noonan’s proposal for City bus service run by cow manure is supported by Council
The Green Party today welcomed the publication of the Government’s Action Plan for Housing, saying that steps to address the housing crisis were long overdue,… Read More »Greens welcome ‘long overdue’ housing plan, but criticise ‘missed opportunities’