Rotate your phone

Once that's done you'll be able to
experience the Green Party website perfectly.
Green blog

The latest

15th March 2018 Uncategorised

Greens: Varadkar planning intervention ‘a shocking error of judgement’

Clare County Council need to release record of who he spoke to and what was said The Green Party said today that Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, while Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, exercised undue influence and undermined due process when he intervened in the planning system on behalf of Donald Trump.   Mr. Trump called then-Minister […]

14th March 2018 Uncategorised

Greens: Government must act to restore Luas reliability

Despite a 10% increase in passenger numbers in 2017, and 30% extra Green Line to service, tram numbers increased by only 7 The Green Party said today that the Government must act to restore the reliability of Luas services following another day of delays and overcrowding for commuters on the Green Line. The Party called […]

14th March 2018 Uncategorised

Greens: Introduction of recycling charges will discourage recycling

  Producers of waste, not consumers, must contribute more   The Green Party said today that the introduction for charges for recycling bins is completely counterproductive and a step backwards that will discourage recycling.   Speaking today, Green Party Spokesperson Councillor David Healy, said: “While other countries are trying to make recycling pay for consumers, […]

13th March 2018 Uncategorised

Greens: Latest drop in apartment standards will make housing crisis worse

The Green Party said today that revised building standards for apartments, published yesterday by the Department of Housing, will do nothing to reduce house prices, will stall the building of new homes, and may engineer future slums.   Speaking today, Green Party Spokesperson on Housing, Councillor Ossian Smyth said: “Reducing apartment sizes and removing windows […]

13th March 2018 Uncategorised

Government must confront third level funding issue following Trinity protests

The Green Party said today that the Government must end their hands-off approach and confront the issue of third level funding, as protests against the introduction of a 450 euro resit fee took place in Trinity College.   Speaking today, Green Party Deputy Leader and Spokesperson for Education, Catherine Martin TD said: “The move by […]