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Trials of Government formation as bright Spring evenings begin to emanate

Well, as I am writing this, the election logjam trundles on. As we all know, the Dáil will meet on Thursday of this week, and their first task will be the election of a Ceann Comhairle. After that then, the games will begin. It is envisaged that each of the party leaders will be proposed and seconded to be Taoiseach, and each one will fail the numbers game.

Peugeot now open for all new 2008 SUV range orders

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Peugeot Ireland, has opened order books for their all new 2008 SUV with pricing announced for diesel and petrol models. Diesel versions have now arrived, with petrol powertrains due in March. Prices start from €23,900, plus delivery related charges for the Active 1.2 PureTech petrol 100bhp model.

Leaked agri proposals will not achieve climate change target

If the latest leaked budget proposal being put to EU leaders is accepted the EU will fail to deliver on its commitments to tackle climate change in a way that provides for a just transition and supports farmers, Mairead McGuinness MEP for the Midlands and first Vice-President of the European Parliament has warned.

Alice Mary Higgins to seek re-election to the Seanad

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Alice-Mary Higgins has been "a remarkably effective and progressive" member of Seanad Éireann, "with a sharp eye for human rights", and who has the potential to continue "invaluable and reforming work" in the upper house.

The count at a glance

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We take a look at some of the interesting things that the count threw up last Sunday

Kevin Burke Tyres keeps Ireland fully stocked with BFGoodrich

BFGoodrich has appointed Kevin Burke Tyres as its distribution partner in Ireland.

Inaugural Green Party candidate receives electorate endorsement

 

Winds of political change blow strong as Trump survives impeachment proceedings

All changed, changed utterly,

'We have to accept that young people want change'

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He has taken the first seat in Galway West at every election since 2002, and it was no different this year, but his victory came neither as quickly, nor as emphatically as on previous occasions.

Conway Walsh can feel the appetite for change out there

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Going out and putting forward an alternative message to the people of Mayo is something that Senator Rose Conway Walsh has been doing for a long time now; she first contested the local elections in 2004, taking over 12 per cent of the first preference votes in the Belmullet area - but missed out on the seat. In 2009, she once again put herself before the people, this time taking a seat, after increasing her vote share to 15 per cent and getting elected on the sixth and final count.

 

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