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#Mary Hanafin

# mary-hanafin - Tuesday 11 January, 2011

Rumours of heave persist as Taoiseach prepares Dáil statement

Ahead of a Dáil statement on the nature of his contact with former Anglo chairman Sean FitzPatrick, confidence in Brian Cowen’s position seems to be fading.

# mary-hanafin - Tuesday 23 November, 2010

FF under fire: O'Flynn promises "bare-knuckled" parliamentary meeting

The gloves are off: Noel O’Flynn says he will sign a motion of no confidence ahead of Fianna Fáíl’s parliamentary meeting.

Hanafin admits interest in leading Fianna Fáil

The culture minister says she won’t be part of a Fianna Fáil heave – but that she would offer her name if Cowen left.

# mary-hanafin - Sunday 21 November, 2010

Man arrested for blocking Mary Hanafin's car

Gardaí have arrested a man after he attempted to block a minister’s car.

# mary-hanafin - Friday 5 November, 2010

Bank of Ireland to donate 12 works to IMMA Artwork This post contains images

Bank of Ireland to donate 12 works to IMMA

Mary Hanafin welcomes BoI’s move, saying works will not be lost to public view after all.

# mary-hanafin - Wednesday 13 October, 2010

Hanafin downplays desire for Fianna Fáil leadership heave

The Tourism minister says Brian Cowen won’t be ousted, saying there is no appetite for a leadership conflict.

# mary-hanafin - Tuesday 31 August, 2010

CULTURE MINISTER Mary Hanafin has expressed her sympathy at the death of actor Mick Lally this morning. In a statement issued this lunchtime, the minister said Lally’s “contribution to the theatrical world has been immense” and that “a testimony to his prowess as an actor was that he could resonate across the generations.”