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SF criticises Govt housing record after Tánaiste claim
SF criticises Govt housing record after Tánaiste claim The Government's record on housing has been criticised following Tánaiste Micheál Martin's claim this weekend that Fianna Fáil was the party of action on housing.
Fianna Fáil sharpens sales pitch with eye on elections
Fianna Fáil sharpens sales pitch with eye on elections This was a Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis aiming to nail down what some of its critics often claim are particularly fluid core values.
More than €2m spent so far on delayed gambling authority
More than €2m spent so far on delayed gambling authority More than €2m has been spent so far on the Gambling Regulatory Authority of Ireland, even though the body has yet to get up and running due to delays in legislation.
Fianna Fáil 'the party of action on housing', says Martin
Fianna Fáil 'the party of action on housing', says Martin Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Micheál Martin has said that Fianna Fáil is the party of action on housing, insisting that a "new era of home building is under way".
Man who filmed himself sexually abusing infant boy jailed
Man who filmed himself sexually abusing infant boy jailed A 35-year-old man who admitted filming himself sexually abusing an infant boy, and who then shared the video footage with others, has been sentenced to six years in prison, with the final two years suspended.