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# Dublin North

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# The North Stars
Dublin North lift first Leinster senior hurling crown with win over Kilkenny's St Kieran's
Sean Currie hit 1-3 for the winners in Netwatch Cullen Park.
# College Climbers
Capital gains - Dublin North end wait for Leinster final and DCU make Fitzgibbon Cup history
Big games ahead in the coming days for hurling outfits from the capital.
# Best in class
Surprise, surprise: It's another all-Kilkenny final in the Leinster Colleges Hurling
St Kieran’s and Kilkenny CBS will meet again.
# hello from the northsiiiiiide
The Ultimate Northside Dublin 12 Pubs Crawl
Featuring some of the best pubs in the city.
# 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.
# Politics
Clare Daly: Property tax is going to be a 'game changer'
The Dublin North TD said the property tax will put increasing pressure on the Government. “Labour, they’re nearly dropping like flies,” she said.
# Reilly
James Reilly has misled the Dáil - Opposition
Meanwhile, Jobs Minister Richard Bruton has described Reilly as a “reforming minister” and said he is satisfied with Reilly’s explanation about the criteria used for the primary care locations.
# Primary Care
VIDEO: James Reilly explains his decision on primary care centres
The Minister for Health seeks to turn the tables – suggesting Róisín Shortall had used strange criteria to rank potential venues.
# Primary Care
Reilly defends decision to consider constituency towns for new health units
James Reilly added Swords and Balbriggan – both in his constituency – to a list of venues being considered for primary care centres.
# Resignation
Clare Daly resigns from the Socialist Party
The Dublin North TD tendered her resignation yesterday according to the party which said that she valued her political relationship with Mick Wallace more than her work with the party.
# Constituency Commission
Confirmed: Dáil to lose 8 TDs with confirmation of boundary changes
Ministers have agreed to table new laws enforcing cuts to the size of the Dáil, in line with independent recommendations.
# Expenses
Clare Daly on expenses: 'We've done nothing that we shouldn't have'
The Socialist Party TD has defended her use of travel expenses for going to meetings around the country urging a boycott of the household charge.
# Dáil boundaries
Constituency report: Dáil loses 8 TDs in radical boundary shake-up
The report of the Constituency Commission cuts the number of TDs, with significant boundary reforms.
# Mahon
Mahon: Liam Lawlor “hopelessly compromised” by payments from developers
The 25-year TD “conducted a personal business” where he sold his influence for personal reward, the Mahon Tribunal finds.
# Constituencies
'Swords question' dominates submissions on Dáil boundary changes
Of the 533 submissions published by the Constituency Commission so far, 238 relate to Swords’ placement in Dublin West.
# monster sewage
Fingal residents protest against 'monster' sewage plant
Hundreds of north Dublin residents tonight demonstrated against a new giant sewage treatment plant which is due to be built in the area.
# GE11
Parties yet to decide on European Parliament replacements
The Socialist Party replacements will meet to decide who can succeed Joe Higgins’, while Alan Kelly’s seat is also free.
# GE11
The 'high-maintenance independents' prepare to take their seats in the Dáil
We look at the more colourful TDs who will take their seats in Dáil Eireann next week.
# GE11
The Half Past Fix: 10.30pm
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.
# GE11
The Half Past Fix: 9.30pm
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.
# Dublin North
James Reilly elected in Dublin North
Outgoing Fine Gael TD Dr James Reilly has been elected on the first count in Dublin North.
# GE11
FG-Labour war: Gilmore says families 'screwed' by austerity plans
The one-time prospective coalition partners continue their electoral war of words over their rival economic plans.
# debates
Deputy Leaders clash over nurses, Irish and economy
A Deputy Leaders’ debate sees Mary Hanafin, James Reilly and Joan Burton discuss the economy and other issues.
# GE11
FF and FG to launch duelling fiscal policies
The Dáil’s two largest parties will both launch their fiscal plans at 11am, with 15 days to go until voting day.
# GM food
Ireland to bring GM crops onto home market
Outgoing Agriculture Minister Brendan Smith says Ireland has “altered its voting position” and is now backing EU proposals to authorise the sale and use of genetically-modified maize and cotton.
# 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.
# GE11
Fine Gael: HSE should be replaced by Dutch system
Outgoing minister Barry Andrews criticises FG’s plan to abolish the HSE by 2016, saying switching to privatised funding would mean cuts to local services.
# debates
"Anyone, anywhere": Deputy leaders respond to Mary Hanafin's call for debate
Joan Burton says yes to request for deputy leaders’ debate but Mary White still wants it to be an all-women affair. (Sorry, James Reilly).
# debates
Mary Hanafin wants deputy leaders' debate
Four out of five deputy leaders are women so the Greens’ Mary White may well get her all-women (almost) debate after all.