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# Malcolm Byrne

Yesterday
15th April 2024
Peter Burke's first big test as minister? Fighting off patent referendum postponement, says FF senator
Last month
March 2024
Dee Forbes 'not fit or able' to attend Media Committee or give written statement, says lawyer
Last year
2023
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre
Dublin Marathon start and end points will 'preferably' include the city centre, organisers say
Fianna Fáil senators warn ‘deepfakes' have 'turbocharged' disinformation threat to elections
Poll: Would you be in favour of lowering the voting age to 16?
Hate speech law won't progress further until autumn at the earliest
Facebook parent company Meta and TikTok decline invite to Oireachtas committee
Opinion: The argument for more ministers? Just look at Roderic O'Gorman's workload
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Government called on to extend support scheme to Wexford communities hit by suspected tornado
Revolut takes 'first steps' toward offering loans and bank accounts to Irish users
Oireachtas to invite Facebook whistleblower to appear before committee
Oireachtas members join international alliance pushing for tougher stance on China
Timmy Dooley among three outgoing Fianna Fáil TDs to secure Seanad nominations
Labour hits rock bottom and the second-shortest serving TD ever: 6 election records made this year
'He's had his time': Here's what the Dáil's new TDs have to say about Eoghan Murphy
Should 16-year-olds be able to vote? One party thinks so
Protest over Kilkenny bridge grows from 'a dozen to hundreds of people'
Norris campaign wins first council backing - but question marks over legitimacy