# reshuffle - Today’s News
Tis the season…
# reshuffle - Friday 29 January, 2016
James Cronin released by Ireland for tomorrow’s Pro12 clash.
# reshuffle - Monday 25 January, 2016
PPV card in disarray as heavyweight champ Werdum pulls out citing injury.
# reshuffle - Friday 10 July, 2015
2014 Young Hurler of the Year Cathal Barrett returns from injury as Michael Breen earns a start.
# reshuffle - Saturday 17 January, 2015
We asked backbencher Aine Collins.
# reshuffle - Wednesday 20 August, 2014
The former junior health minister also says she could have worked with new minister Leo Varadkar.
# reshuffle - Monday 18 August, 2014
Analysis: Joan Burton’s party has gone from 7 per cent to 14 per cent in the latest opinion poll. But why?
# reshuffle - Saturday 19 July, 2014
Conspicuously absent from the talk about the reshuffle was an evaluation of intelligence, skills, capabilities or temperament.
# reshuffle - Thursday 17 July, 2014
Former junior minister Joe Costello will also join his Labour ‘old guard’ colleagues on Oireachtas committees…
# reshuffle - Wednesday 16 July, 2014
Analysis: One male junior minister joked that he’d have to buy a dress given the lack of women – but it raises the question: why weren’t any female FG TDs promoted?
# reshuffle - Tuesday 15 July, 2014
At 27, Simon Harris is now our most senior junior minister. Makes you wonder what you’ve been doing with your life, doesn’t it?
Donegal Fine Gael TD Joe McHugh was confirmed today as a minister with ‘special responsibility’ for Gaeltacht matters.
Analysis: It’s no country for old men or young women but there’s a big promotion for one young man.
The Dáil’s youngest TD has been made junior finance minister while Labour has promoted three backbenchers.
And Health isn’t the only government department that has yet to update its pages.
There’s only two names listed in the Minister of State ranks at the moment…
# reshuffle - Sunday 13 July, 2014
“I’m not sure if I’m able to turn the poison chalice into sweet wine.”
# reshuffle - Saturday 12 July, 2014
With the week that’s in it here’s a special edition of our winners and losers series.
As the talks continued and the wait lengthened anticipation turned to frustration ahead of the Cabinet reshuffle.
Enda on reshuffles: It’s like selecting a team for an All Ireland Final, people are always disappointed
The Taoiseach identified a particular difficulty in demoting Arts Minister Jimmy Deenihan yesterday.
# reshuffle - Friday 11 July, 2014
Who’s in? Who’s out? Who’s stuck with the same job?
The new Minister for Health says he will need a full financial year to turn the Department around – everything going to plan.
You’d almost think the President had nothing better to do than hang around the house all day waiting for a busload of ministers.
What’s the average age of a Cabinet member? And how many are from Dublin?
A quick and simple guide to where everyone is now.
Analysis: The Cabinet’s female membership is doubled but will Labour rue taking on Environment?
‘How often does the Labour Party roll over?’ – FF say water and property taxes are now Labour’s problem
Micheal Martin says the new Tánaiste’s negotiations went badly.
The Government has a new look. Now it’s time to get down to business, say the farmers, teachers, doctors, hoteliers……
Rabbitte, who was dropped from Cabinet today, said he’s not sure now if he will run in the next general election.
Announcing his new Cabinet today, Enda Kenny thanked outgoing ministers for their service to the Irish people.
Leo Varadkar to Health, Phil Hogan is off, Joan Burton is staying put and it looks like James Reilly is going to Foreign Affairs.
# reshuffle - Thursday 10 July, 2014
Everyone’s talking about Garth Brooks, Gaza, and fathers’ names on birth certs.
Earlier, Taoiseach said he was “getting on very well with the Tánaiste”.
Seán Sherlock laughed off suggestions that Fine Gael and Labour are split over the lucrative Jobs portfolio.
# reshuffle - Wednesday 9 July, 2014
Over 70s will be happy with this one.
Analysis: Sources on all sides of the talks between Enda Kenny and Joan Burton insist there is nothing untoward about the delay.