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# Jimmy Deenihan

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Schoolchildren plan a minute of silence for Great Famine victims
Minister admits defeat in bid to take over College Green bank
Deenihan to make decision on Moore St site 'as soon as possible'
White-tailed Eagles make Clare their new nest after 100-year wait
Anthem composer and tricolour creator honoured at Glasnevin
Junior ministers among those who claim most for mileage
€53,000 bill to send ministers away for St Patrick's Day
Gilmore admits 'difficulties' allowing household charge payment
Poll: Should hare coursing be banned?
Global culture programme for St Patrick's Day revealed
Government asks historians for advice on centenary commemorations
Taoiseach and 16 ministers off around the world for Patrick's Day celebrations
Here’s how the government has spent over €104k on photography
AIB to donate 39 major artworks to the State
Third BBC drama to be filmed in Ireland
No plans for Famine exhibition - because there aren't enough artifacts left
Taoiseach, Noonan, Howlin among ministers claiming unvouched TDs' expenses
Minister wants to turn College Green into pedestrian plaza hoping to promote indie and Irish movies
Light House Cinema to be reopened 'officially' tomorrow
Seámus Heaney donates literary treasure trove to National Library
Titanic TV series to bring €12m to Irish economy
Government to offer free turf to cutters on protected bogs
Small Lives: The Irish childhood in pics
Over 1,400 events planned nationwide for National Heritage Week
The week in photos
A desert island and a Brave New World: Dublin Fringe Fest
Temple Bar "is working" says Arts Minister
Ireland joins forces with Luxembourg to boost film production
Caption comp: Which way next for the Oireachtas?
Ministers get jet set for St Patrick's Day globetrotting
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