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# President Higgins

Last week
16th June 2024 - 22nd June 2024
President says libraries are facing 'censorship' due to 'intimidation by far-right groups'
This year
President Michael D Higgins to receive honorary doctorate in Manchester today
President Higgins returns to in-person duties after spending week in hospital
Last year
Supreme Court upholds the constitutionality of Government's judicial reform bill
'Will of the people': Higgins says neither Taoiseach or Tánaiste want a 'silent president'
Higgins says blocking of essential food is 'criminal' as aid trucks wait to cross into Gaza
‘I don’t give instructions to the Pope’: Higgins on his latest audience with Pope Francis
President Higgins: Israel must not fall into same 'category' as Hamas by breaking international law
President Higgins has private audience with Pope Francis in the Vatican
President Higgins says Gaza hospital strike must be investigated as a 'war crime'
President says Israel reducing humanitarian law ‘to tatters’, criticises EU Commission president
President Higgins hits out at ‘dysfunctional food systems’ in World Food Forum address in Rome
President Higgins Rome visit to include Pope Francis meeting and World Food Forum address
Ireland has a moral duty to those seeking asylum, says President Higgins
'A very much loved dog': President Higgins pays tribute following death of his dog Bród
All time
President pays tribute to Private Sean Rooney and Creeslough victims in Christmas speech
President Higgins invites Lula to Ireland and hails his 'significant' election win in Brazil
UK Labour leader offers condolences to Creeslough families on second day of funerals
President Higgins is holding a Covid remembrance ceremony at Áras an Uachtaráin today
President Higgins calls for global solidarity to 'exit the fog' of Covid-19 in St Patrick's Day message
Queen Elizabeth and President Higgins share St. Patrick's Day wishes and mark visit anniversary
President Higgins has a new puppy named in a nod to our times
President signs Bill allowing graduated fines for breaches in Covid-19 restrictions
President says we can't 'continue with the mere placing of a green lens on economic policies' to save the planet
President Higgins leads tributes to Dublin community activist Fergus McCabe who has died aged 71
President Higgins says need for 'solidarity, compassion and kindness' in Ireland's response to Covid-19
President Higgins says Ireland and Africa have each experienced racism and 'a suppressed culture'
We need to look at how essential workers are remunerated, says President Higgins
Áras spending increases as more and more people turn 100 and receive €2,540 payment
William and Kate arrive in Ireland and meet with President Higgins ahead of three day visit
President Higgins calls Trump's decision to pull out of climate change deal 'regressive and pernicious'
President Higgins thanks Ruby Walsh for 'outstanding contributions' to Ireland's reputation
President Higgins' inauguration speech: 'We cannot afford to be complacent as to how we are living our lives'
Michael D Higgins will return €200k balance in Áras account at end of term
What happens next in the presidential election race?
President Higgins: 'We are a very long way from adequately addressing issues of hierarchy'
President Higgins asks public not to take 'exceptional risks' and risk emergency services
Michael D Higgins Christmas message: 'The burden of homelessness will overshadow the festive season'
President Higgins is not 'ruling anything out' when it comes to running for a second term
President Higgins says homeless people are deprived of freedom and a sense of belonging