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# Ivana Bacik

Last week
14th July 2024 - 20th July 2024
Protestors who tore down Grand Canal fencing call for ‘end to hostile architecture’
Only 158 new social housing units were built in the first three months of this year
This month
July 2024
Ivana Bacik presses for mechanism to allow victims of sexual harassment in sports to speak out
Spate of fatal crashes a 'stark reminder' of dangers on roads, says Taoiseach
'Epidemic' of sexual and gender-based violence in Ireland, Taoiseach says
Last month
June 2024
Ó Ríordáin says Soc Dems and Labour need to 'stop pretending there's any difference between them'
This year
Tempers flare in Dáil over housing as 'Pearse' and 'Darragh' get on first-name terms
Labour stands by council candidate filmed making anti-immigrant remarks, following investigation
Bacik tells Labour conference Varadkar resignation 'ultimate' vote of no confidence in Government
Minister starts Women's Day address to empty Dáil in moment widely shared on social media
Labour leader Ivana Bacik said she was ‘disappointed’ to see so few representatives in the Chamber.
Increasing housing targets to 50,000 per year not achievable this year or next, says Taoiseach
Leo Varadkar said a 50,000 housing target would be achievable in the longer term.
Labour select Limerick sociologist Niamh Hourigan as EU candidate in Ireland South constituency
Labour select Ó Ríordáin as Dublin candidate for European Parliament Elections
Labour to support a Yes vote in upcoming referendums after party's rewording not accepted
'Durable' relationships, 'throuples' and care in the home discussed in referendums Dáil debate
Government delay bill that would provide leave to women who experience a miscarriage
Ivana Bacik appeals six storey hotel in Dublin due to housing and 'drinking emporia' fears
Last year
Ivana Bacik ‘very concerned’ Labour won’t be able to support a yes vote in care referendum
Labour investigating local election candidate's comments about migration
Developer received demand of €500,000 for withdrawal of housing scheme objection, Dáil told
Proposal to stop publishing candidate's home addresses on ballots voted down by government
Israeli ambassador's comments about President Michael D Higgins 'unhelpful', says Coveney
Two referendums on gender equality and family expected to take place next year
Bacik: 'I have received threats from the far-right'
Government ‘exploring’ planning exemption for outdoor bike sheds in homes
Opposition TDs condemn 'vicious attack' on refugee tents after camp burned down last week
Taoiseach accused of being 'smug' as Labour and FG trade blows on housing record
Colum Eastwood rules out SDLP merger with Irish Labour Party
Labour leader Ivana Bacik calls for ‘structural revolution’ in housing provision
Micheál Martin backs Niall Collins as pressure ramps up on Junior Minister to answer questions
Housing Minister denies that rent subsidies are a ‘cash bonus for landlords’
Irish Labour leader hails UK counterpart but disagrees with his ban on MPs joining protests
All time
Individual in leadership role at Blackrock College 'was told of abuse allegations in 2002', Dáil hears
Winter eviction ban may lead to higher homelessness levels after it expires, says Varadkar
RSA says GDPR limited the level of road crash data it could publish, as questions raised in Dáil
Bacik says Ireland should copy Germany's €9 monthly public transport fare initiative
Greens call for investigations into Robert Troy's handling of property interests
Builders' levy should help pay for works on thousands of defective apartments, says Bacik
Oireachtas report recommends referendum on women's place in the home
Taoiseach apologises to family of twins with autism who were 'failed' by the state