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# houses-of-the-oireachtas-commission - Monday 1 July, 2019

TDs' and senators' salaries cost €19m last year - a 4.5% increase from 2017

Gardaí are also investigating one case of fraud in relation to an Oireachtas salary.

# houses-of-the-oireachtas-commission - Monday 11 August, 2014

The Dáil 'tuck shop' that cost €1.3 million to build and lasted five years is reopening (sort of)

An Síopa was known as ‘the most expensive tuck shop in Ireland’ when it was opened in 2008.

# houses-of-the-oireachtas-commission - Saturday 21 June, 2014

The government doesn't have a majority in the Seanad and has to change the law to get it back

Deirdre Clune’s election to the European Parliament creates a vacancy that won’t be filled until a new Dáil clerk is appointed – which requires a change in legislation.

# houses-of-the-oireachtas-commission - Thursday 15 August, 2013

New law being considered to replace Kieran Coughlan as clerk of the Dáil

Kieran Coughlan retired as clerk of the Dáil earlier this month with a decision on his permanent successor likely to be delayed until the Dáil returns in the autumn.

# houses-of-the-oireachtas-commission - Tuesday 16 October, 2012

KildareStreet.com launches fundraising bid to build new site

The team behind the Oireachtas debate-tracking website need a new system compatible with the new Oireachtas website.

# houses-of-the-oireachtas-commission - Thursday 20 September, 2012

Oireachtas 'seeking resolution' to revive KildareStreet.com debate tracker

Leinster House authorities say changes to their Debates website, which have knocked out KildareStreet.com, are cost-cutting.