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O'Reilly sets out priorities for Election 2020 campaign

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Climate action, environmental protection, providing world class sustainable public transport, and supporting increased cycling infrastructure in the city will be the chief campaign points for the Green Party's Pauline O'Reilly, at Election 2020.

Bank holiday weekend brings big numbers to the greens

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Greens will spend three times more on public transport over roads

The Green Party will spend three times more on public transport than roads – more than any other political party, John Carey, Green Party candidate for Mayo told a hustings event on sustainable transport in GMIT during the week.

Buggins Turn

”It's not easy being green.

Paul Osikoya breaks new ground again

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Nigerians Paul Osikoya and Tokie Lotan broke new ground in Galway politics when they became the first non-nationals to run for elections to the Galway City Council in 2004.

Malcolm questions Greens in government during turbulent times

Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan has said that he believes that it is time for the party to reconsider its continuing participation in Government and he adds that he is taking time to reflect on his continued involvement in the party over coming weeks.

Greens are the fag butt that FF will inhale and discard

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The Green Party has been in the news all week. Their sole city councillors in Dublin and Cork have resigned. The party leadership has dismissed the resignations of Bronwen Maher and Chris O’Leary as merely due to “personal and local constituency” reasons.

Greens are the fag butt that FF will inhale and discard

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The Green Party has been in the news all week. Their sole city councillors in Dublin and Cork have resigned. The party leadership has dismissed the resignations of Bronwen Maher and Chris O’Leary as merely due to “personal and local constituency” reasons.

Galway Greens not keen on NAMA ahead of Saturday’s crucial party vote

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Having survived the Lisbon Treaty vote last weekend, An Taoiseach Brian Cowen will have yet another bout of nerves to contend with this weekend.

 

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