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Tuesday 28 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Dan Boyle

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# tramore valley park
Garda investigation launched after newly opened Cork park vandalised overnight
Substantial damage was caused to a green area in Tramore Valley Park on South Douglas Road.
# Election 2014
Former Greens leader Trevor Sargent rules out running for elected office again
The former Minister of State was rumoured to be considering running for elected office in next year’s local elections but he has firmly ruled out that possibility.
# Political Comeback
Former Green Party senator Dan Boyle plotting political comeback
Boyle is set to run in the local elections next year.
# Green Day
Dan Boyle: Performance of Phil Hogan could help Green Party's return
The former Green Party chairman says the current environment minister is “as good an anti-Green as we could get”.
# Greens
Green Party: We want to double party membership by 2016
The party, which celebrates its 30th anniversary in Irish politics today, has unveiled its plan for rebuilding the party.
# The Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Wednesday
All the things you may have missed: Calls for Leaving Cert reform, Dublin’s Catholics could face a ‘church levy’, a bad day at work for someone in CityJet, and when Tom Waits met Cookie Monster…
# seanad elections
121 candidates in the running for 43 Seanad panel seats
There are 31 Fianna Fáil candidates running – three times as many as party HQ would like – while Fine Gael fields 54, Labour 13.
# Green Party
Gormley resigns Green Party leadership as party refocuses
Senator Dan Boyle says Gormley wants the party to return to first principles.
# GE11
The Half Past Fix: 6.30pm
EVERY HOUR – on the half hour – brings you your fix of election tallies, predictions and results of the last 60 minutes. Here’s how the winners and losers of GE11 are playing out so far.
# GE11
The Half Hour Fix: 1.30am
EVERY HOUR – on the half hour – brings you your fix of election tallies, predictions and results. Here’s how the winners and losers of GE11 are playing out so far.
# Daily Fix
Daily Fix: Thursday
The highs and lows of today’s campaign trail…
# Daily Fix
Daily Fix: Wednesday
Today, there’s been some heated bickering between all parties; independents have formed a new group; and some candidates faced (being the operative word) unexpected dangers..
# out to launch
Tourism, literacy, crime, emigration, social welfare: A day of party policies
The five main political parties started to find the devil was in the detail today as they began to set out their stalls on a variety of policies. And they didn’t mention the banks… much.
# Campaigns
Out to launch: The jargon and the jibes of party campaigns
This morning, Fianna Fail, Fine Gael and Labour dusted down the soapboxes as they give green light to first day of electioneering.
# Election 2011
Green insist: We're staying to finish the Budget
John Gormley confirms that the Greens will remain in government to ensure that the Finance Bill is passed before they go.
# Scrap the Seanad?
Referendum on Seanad 'unlikely', says Greens' Boyle
The Green Party chairman – and deputy leader of the Seanad – says he doesn’t think the Seanad will allow for a referendum.
# Green Party
Twitter-happy Greens block 'time wasters' from following them
Paul Gogarty and Dan Boyle – among the Oireachtas’ most prolific Twitter users – stop commentators from seeing their tweets.
# By-Elections
Greens: Donegal by-election should happen immediately
The Green Party says the government should honour the spirit of the High Court opinion, with other ballots in Spring.
# Brian Cowen
Budget Day will still be December 7, says Cowen