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# Ged Nash

This month
July 2024
Up to 200 jobs at risk as medical tech plant to close in Drogheda
This year
Calls for tougher laws as three people handed fixed penalty notices for recording M1 crash site
Simon Harris expected to press pause on expanding sick leave as part of business support plan
Labour's Ged Nash: 'Younger people are looking at Sinn Féin and they don't like what they see'
Last year
Labour proposes new law to compel supermarkets to publish Irish profits
Labour Party propose free full medical assessment for 18 year olds in alternative budget
Sudden drop in bread prices by some supermarket chains blasted as a 'PR exercise'
Labour call for investigation into 'price gouging' by supermarket chains
Paschal Donohoe apologises for 'clear mistake' but opposition parties query figures
Long overdue ethics laws to keep politicians in check can't be delayed, say opposition
All time
Further protests planned over Navan A&E with Dublin protest not ruled out
Consultation launched on scheme to disregard historic convictions of gay and bisexual men
Taoiseach defends party raffle rules and attacks SF fundraising
'Lives were ruined': State moves closer to exonerating men convicted of homosexual 'offences'
What do Irish politicians make of calls to 'nationalise' or 'break up' Facebook?
Educate Together raises concerns with department amid parents' dismay over plans to move school
Bank defends asking mortgage applicants whether their employer is seeking State Covid assistance
Nobody on the pandemic payment is 'living it up', says Finance Minister
Alan Kelly v Aodhán Ó Ríordáin: Two TDs set to compete for Labour leadership
The Explainer: What's behind the Drogheda feud?
'Naked, wanton vandalism': Boardwalk near Battle of the Boyne site damaged in suspected arson attack
Government to apologise for historical convictions of gay men
'It's horrible. Allow me to work full-time': A single mother talks about life as a low-hours worker
Three Labour ministers who lost their Dáil seats are going for the Seanad
The cabinet, including the three ministers who lost their seats, will meet tomorrow
Labour senator hits out at 'sexism' in the party after being ignored for 'monster canvass'
How two Labour ministers turned death threats into a political weapon
Retirement, new jobs and better laws: Clerys workers proud and positive after 'appalling' treatment
Poll: Is it time the 'women's place is in the home' wording was removed from the constitution?
Joan: Increasing minimum wage by €2 is 'horse sense'
So-called 'If and When' contracts mean a lot of us don't know when we're working
Enda Kenny isn't out of the woods yet over Fennelly
Labour's next leader, from most to least likely
Should the minimum wage be raised to €11.50 an hour?
Here's what is being done to lure 'the next Facebook' to Ireland
Loads of Irish people have this disease - but very few talk about it
Water charges will be taken from wages after people are given "every opportunity" - Minister
Irish unemployment is THIS CLOSE to dropping below 10%
Happy days - there's lots of good news out there today if you own a small business
Fianna Fáil aren't 'going to prostitute themselves to anyone'