Search Results for 'Members of the 2nd Seanad'

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Cláraigh anois do Sheachtain na Gaeilge

Tá Conradh na Gaeilge ag ullmhú Clár na Gaillimhe do Sheachtain na Gaeilge faoi láthair. Beidh Seachtain na Gaeilge 2018 ar siúl ón 1 – 17 Márta agus beidh na céadta imeacht ar siúl le linn na tréimhse sin agus na mílte duine ag glacadh páirte sna himeachtaí.

Learn Irish with Conradh na Gaeilge

Ar mhaith leat feabhas a chur ar do chuid Gaeilge? Tosóidh ranganna in Áras na nGael ón 18 Meán Fómhair. Cuirfear ranganna ar fáil ag an mbunleibhéal, meánleibhéal agus ardleibhéal. Déan teagmháil le clárú agus rang oiriúnach duit féin a aimsiú.

Learn Irish with Conradh na Gaeilge

Ar mhaith leat feabhas a chur ar do chuid Gaeilge? Tosóidh ranganna in Áras na nGael ón 18 Meán Fómhair. Cuirfear ranganna ar fáil ag an mbunleibhéal, meánleibhéal agus ardleibhéal. Déan teagmháil le clárú agus rang oiriúnach duit féin a aimsiú.

Gabrielle McFadden and Paul Daly elected to the Seanad

Former Fine Gael Deputy for Longford-Westmeath, Gabrielle McFadden, has been elected to the Cultural and Educational panel of the Seanad. Ms McFadden learned of her election in the early hours of Tuesday morning when she secured her seat on the 23rd and final count.

Swanick and Conway Walsh take Seanad seats

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Castlebar man to contest Seanad election

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Castlebar native Cllr. William Lavelle, a member of South Dublin County Council representing Lucan, is to contest the Seanad elections on the Industrial and Commercial Panel.  William, who is a Fine Gael councillor, was first elected to South Dublin County Council in 2009 and was re-elected on the first count in the 2014 local elections. William is the Leader of Fine Gael Group on South Dublin County Council.

The Seanad - reform or remove, nothing else will do

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Seanad Éireann - a retirement home for politicians on the way out, a nursery for aspiring TDs, a powerless talking shop with an inbuilt Government majority, an undemocratically elected chamber, and the most pointless entity in Irish politics - the Upper House of the Oireachtas is all of these.

 

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