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#progress report

# progress-report - Thursday 3 January, 2019

Social housing stock dries up but Nama says it's still on course to deliver 20,000 homes by 2020

The head of Nama has hailed 2018 as “another very successful year”.

# progress-report - Monday 26 February, 2018

Companies with HQs in the IFSC have a 'duty to give back' to north inner city, says minister

The Taoiseach also said he is confident the gardaí will bring an end to the Hutch-Kinahan feud.

# progress-report - Friday 17 June, 2016

Government criticised over failure to properly reform Direct Provision

173 recommendations for improving the Direct Provision system were put forward last year.

# progress-report - Friday 9 March, 2012

How has the Government REALLY done in its first year? This is how.

TheJournal.ie has drafted its own indepth report card on what Fine Gael and Labour did, and didn’t, do in 20 areas of policy over the past 12 months.

Poll: What grade would you give this Government for its first year? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: What grade would you give this Government for its first year?

The Labour-Fine Gael coalition took its place in the 31st Dáil on this day one year ago. How do you think it has performed?

TheJournal.ie’s progress report for the Government: Health

One year in, has the government fulfilled its promises on fixing the health system?

TheJournal.ie’s progress report for the Government: Jobs

The unemployment crisis has been one of the biggest issues facing the government. One year in, what has it achieved on the jobs front?

# progress-report - Wednesday 7 March, 2012

Taoiseach: Government has a lot done, more to do

Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore gave a progress report for the government this afternoon, and singled out distressed mortgages as the one area which has not seen enough progress.