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Local Green Party general election candidate speaks out against Cuisle closure

Athlone Extinction Rebellion founder and Green Party general election candidate for the Roscommon/Galway constituency, Julie O’Donoghue, has expressed her immense dissatisfaction at the decision taken to permanently close the Cuisle Accessible Holiday Resort in Donamon at the end of November.

Poll shows no Mayo breakthrough for Green Party and Sinn Féin

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The results of a Behaviour & Attitudes (B&A) opinion poll in county Mayo, carried out on behalf of The Mayo Advertiser, show a decline in the Fine Gael and Sinn Fein share of the vote, and an increase in support for Fianna Fail and Independents, when compared to the general election of 2016.

More female candidates needed to address council gender imbalance

The marked gender imbalance on Mayo County Council looks unlikely to be addressed in a significant way in the upcoming Local Elections on May 23.

Malcolm on Green front bench

The Green Party has announced a new front bench to mark 30 years since the party was founded.

FF councillors weigh in behind Sean Gallagher

Independent candidate Sean Gallagher will be getting the vote from the majority of Kilkenny’s Fianna Fail councillors, while Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan will be voting for David Norris next Thursday.

Third runner joins race to lead Greens

Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan and former Green minister Eamon Ryan have been joined by a third runner in the contest for the leadership of the Green Party.

Competition for Malcolm for Green leadership

Kilkenny Green Party Councillor Malcolm Noonan is to have some competition in his contest for the leadership of the Green Party it would appear.

Competition for Malcolm for Green leadership

Kilkenny Green Party Councillor Malcolm Noonan is to have some competition in his contest for the leadership of the Green Party it would appear.

Green representative fears Westport will return to ‘bad old days of planning’

Green Party representative for Westport, Fergus McAllister, said that Fine Gael attempts to row back on planning legislation introduced by John Gormley would set Irish planning back decades “to the bad old days of speculation and reckless zoning”.

Malcolm bites the bullet and declares interest in party leadership

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Popular Green Party councillor Malcolm Noonan has confirmed to the Kilkenny Advertiser that he will put his name forward in the contest for leadership of the Green Party.

 

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