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# Tánaiste

This week
18th February 2024 - 22nd February 2024
RTÉ to seek legal advice in coming days as Minister says broadcaster is at 'critical juncture'
The meeting was called by the Minister after Bakhurst released information on four executive departures from the public broadcaster since he took over last year.
Media Minister Catherine Martin has said she expressed her "frustration" and "concern" to Bakhurst today.
She said that a "cap on the levels of settlements made should be introduced".
Martin said that "this is a critical juncture" for RTÉ.
Last week
11th February 2024 - 17th February 2024
Tánaiste accuses Israel of ‘disinformation campaign’ against UNRWA as he pledges extra funding
Last month
January 2024
Government to examine debt repayments following spate of restaurant closures
Tánaiste Micheál Martin says it's not feasible to ban children from using social media
Last year
2023
Irish government to take legal challenge against the UK over controversial Northern Ireland Legacy Act
Former Tánaiste Mary Coughlan becomes Donegal GAA's first female chairperson
Tánaiste announces €50 million funding for countries vulnerable to impacts of climate change
Richard Boyd Barrett defends remarks labelling Israel a ‘filthy, racist regime’
Israeli President says Ireland needs to 'admit the truth' about conflict in Gaza
Tánaiste says govt giving ‘serious consideration’ to taking action over controversial Legacy Bill
From living in 'darkness and fear' to safety: Irish family on their relief in leaving Gaza
Micheál Martin to travel to Israel and Palestine this week
Tánaiste asks China to use influence on Russia to end Ukraine invasion
Tánaiste says failure to achieve reconciliation is the ‘great miss’ of peace process
Taoiseach: Ireland won't give Palestinian refugees the same protection as Ukrainians
Irish-Israeli woman missing after yesterday's Hamas attack
Noel Lemass monument vandalised prior to commemoration event on 100th anniversary of his death
Tánaiste says it's 'important' Ireland gets to participate in Euro 2028 because of hosting role
Tánaiste warns Russia will try to ‘freeze' Ukraine this winter by bombing energy infrastructure
President Higgins accuses UN of ‘losing credibility’ amid warning over climate change
Micheál Martin says it's not time to abandon 'two-state solution' to Israel-Palestine conflict
Government considering legal action as Westminster votes to end historical prosecutions in NI
Tánaiste says extra TDs are 'an expense we can afford'
Only seven women have been inducted into the Defence Forces this year
Tánaiste concedes 'real difficulty' surrounding cost of National Children’s Hospital
Government defends security forum as opposition label it 'rigged' and 'unashamedly one-sided'
Martin to Murphy: 'I shudder to think of the day where you might be in authority'
Finance Minister wants 'prudent' Budget as Taoiseach seeks threshold for higher tax rate at €50k
Tánaiste criticises Sinn Féin’s attendance at IRA commemoration event in south Armagh
Taoiseach and Tánaiste to attend national Civil War commemoration in Dublin today
Looking after middle Ireland 'part of Fine Gael's identity', Varadkar says
Taoiseach to contact victim's family as Dáil reacts to 'stomach-churning' Navan teen assault video
Micheál Martin: It's 'possible' Ireland can build 40,000 new homes a year to meet demand
246 Irish citizens evacuated from Sudan as warring parties agree to seven-day truce
Martin calls on China to use its 'considerable influence to end Russia’s war' with Ukraine
Tanaiste supports Robert Watt’s position at Department of Health despite Holohan controversy
Amnesty International calls for Irish Government to ‘put a marker down’ over UK’s legacy Bill
Tánaiste says victims of sexual assault within the Defence Forces should contact the gardaí
Women of Honour group to meet with Tánaiste despite 'concerns' about 'pointless' review
Tánaiste Micheál Martin is ‘developing proposals’ around Ireland’s neutrality