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# Catherine Murphy

Last month
June 2024
‘Nothing to suggest’ GSOC accessing journalists’ phones is ‘current or widespread’, says minister
This year
Garda Commissioner criticised for saying 'a lot of' bike case details 'not in public domain'
Emergency housing: How a small network of companies is making millions from a ballooning industry
One TD has called for more oversight into the provision of emergency housing.
According to Government data, more than €1 billion was spent housing new arrivals between January and September last year.
More than 50 companies run interchangeably by two directors have been paid over €20 million between them in two years.
One TD has called for more oversight into the provision of emergency housing.
Last year
Road access to Castletown House remains open temporarily as OPW and private owners re-engage
Private owners of land at Castletown House limit road access to the historic site
O'Brien questions use of privilege, Murphy defends raising matters of public concern
'Right time to hand over reins': Murphy and Shortall step down as SocDem co-leaders
Taoiseach admits Govt missed 2022 social housing targets
All time
Varadkar says Ireland's rents are 'unacceptably high' and compare unfavorably against most EU cities
'That's the plan': Murphy and Shortall to lead Soc Dems into the next general election as co-leaders
Terms of reference being finalised for An Bord Pleanála decisions review, says Taoiseach
'Who's running the country?': Sec Gen 'snub' of Oireachtas committee raised with Taoiseach
Taoiseach told renters can't afford a pension when they're paying €2,000 in rent
Social Democrats have 'no desire' to merge with the Labour Party
Healthcare workers being vaccinated 'will be taken into consideration' in reviewing maternity hospital restrictions
Pregnancy, parenting and politics: 'It's not advisable to go on a campaign trail two weeks postpartum'
Driving unaccompanied: Learner drivers fined total of over €100,000 for not paying fixed charge notices
Gardaí to get access to suspects' phones as part of plan to tackle white-collar crime and corruption
The Criminal Assets Bureau has returned almost €10 million to the taxpayer since 2018
Covid-19 puts brakes on expansion of 24-hour bus services in Dublin city
Social Democrats rule out entering coalition with Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael
Catherine Murphy: Revenue's relaxation of residency rules for Irish tax exiles is 'tone deaf'
Here's who is in the mix for the job of keeping order in the next Dáil
The Candidate Podcast: Richard Boyd Barrett, Peadar Tóibín and Catherine Murphy answer your election questions
What's your big election question for Catherine Murphy? It's YOUR chance to ask
FactCheck: The claims from the final party leaders' debate of this year's election campaign
Social Democrats propose affordable homes at €200k and the end to commuter hell in election manifesto
Fine Gael promises to cap hospital parking at €10 per day, SF says fees should be scrapped altogether
Flanagan says law to allow gardaí disclose a partner's abusive history 'not considered necessary'
Catherine Murphy interview: 'This government has got away with murder because of Brexit'
Catherine Murphy 'not surprised' John Delaney used defamation actions against Irish media
HSE 'made eejits of' Government by appointing PwC to review National Children's Hospital costs
Dublin City Council built just 74 new social houses last year
John Delaney and other football bosses invited to appear before Oireachtas committee
'It's clearly not working': TDs hit out at Rent Pressure Zone laws as prices continue to soar
'The bid is contaminated': Communications Minister questioned over dinner with Broadband Plan bidder
'A cynical political attack': Ministers hit out at questioning over €317,000 President's allowance
Olympic Council has €300,000 funding approved on basis it's not to be used on 'legacy issues'
'I know her as an innocent child': Tributes paid to murdered Anastasia Kriegel
Filibustering: Here's why a decision to deploy a little-used Dáil rule caused ructions this week