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# Jimmy Deenihan

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Govt to ask for 900-year-old manuscript back from Oxford University
Spillane, Deenihan, Eddie: the first 16 names for UL's Sports Hall of Fame
The Burren receives European diploma for protected areas
Merger of National Library and National Museum boards will save €630,000
'Full of humour, care and courtesy': President leads tributes to Seamus Heaney
Death of Kerry musician and author of 'A Thig Ná Tit Orm', Maidhc Dainín Ó Sé
Animal rights activists unhappy as Department issues licences for hare coursing
Illegal treasure-hunters targeted by metal detector guidelines
Free history lectures to shed light on Ireland's past
Luke 'Ming' Flanagan tells Minister Deenihan to 'put up or shut up'
"Momentous" eaglet births greeted with concern from farmers
Search for Ireland's stolen paintings in Limerick as man arrested
Government spends over €100,000 to help preserve freshwater pearl mussel
Irish film actor Milo O’Shea dies aged 86
400 events promoting Irish arts organised across Europe for Ireland’s EU Presidency
19 ministers set for overseas travel for St Patrick's Day
Broadcaster Bill O'Herlihy named as Irish Film Board chairman
Two years' service means ministers now guaranteed to receive pensions
Turf cutters reject 'progress' made in compensation scheme
Providence surrenders licence for site off coast of Dublin
Original 'The Quiet Man’ short story turns 80
€300k funding announced for local and regional museum development
National Gallery of Ireland to undergo biggest refurbishment since 1864
Caption competition: What are Enda and Daniel talking about?
Almost €3.5m paid out for turf cutting compensation since 2011
Want to be a writer? New programme urges people to put pen to paper
Half of Údarás na Gaeltachta budget spent on former employees' pensions
Fate of Moore Street 1916 buildings up for debate
Charity fashion event to see 23 TDs and Senators strut their stuff on the catwalk
Deenihan bans hunting of Kerry red deer
Deenihan to undertake assessment of Moore Street 1916 site
Over €4.1m in pensions paid to former ministers last year
Abbey Theatre can rebuild on current site after buying adjoining land
Deenihan welcomes over 1,000 turf cutters’ compensation applications
Limerick to become first ever National City of Culture
150 Galway turf-cutters in overnight stand-off with Gardaí
Condemnation for suspected vandalism of Tara national monument
Minister Blending in on Set Pic of the Day
Sinn Féin disappointed with 'inadequate' protection of Moore Street
Great Famine victims remembered at national commemoration