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What Irish political parties can learn from the UK election

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While last week's historic referendum on same sex marriage was undoubtedly the political event of the year in Ireland, earlier this month the eyes in Leinster House were very firmly fixed on events across the Irish Sea and the British general election.

Ten questions with...

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1. Why are you running?

What sort of president do we need?

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We rarely have presidential elections in the State. If you are under 55, you will only have had the opportunity to vote in two such elections. Make the most of the rare opportunity next week, and have your say in voting for our next Head of State.

The Soap Box... A regular column in which readers tell us about what matters to them....

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In recent weeks no doubt many credit union members will have seen newspaper coverage or heard local radio debate about the future course for our movement and the support it offers people in the local community.

Bernadette Devlin McAliskey’s extraordinary political journey

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SHE WAS the firebrand young MP from County Tyrone whose electrifying presence on the stage of Northern Irish politics in the late 1960s catapulted her to the forefront of the Civil Rights movement.

Row looms over timing of Freedom of the City for Volvo heroes

A proposal to give Enda Ó Coineen, John Killeen, and Eamon Conneely - the men who brought the Volvo Ocean Race to Galway - the Freedom of Galway city will be put before councillors at Monday’s city council meeting.

Lancia sponsors World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

Lancia is part of the Fiat Group and will return to the Irish market early in 2010 when Lancia Delta and Ypsilon will be launched here.

Lancia sponsors World Summit of Nobel Peace Laureates

Lancia is part of the Fiat Group and will return to the Irish market early in 2010 when Lancia Delta and Ypsilon will be launched here.

How a school produced extraordinary Irishmen

THE ROMAN Catholics of Northern Ireland have very little to thank British governments for, except a piece of legislation, which would help empower a generation to speak out against discrimination of Catholics in Ulster.

 

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