The Covid 19 vaccine has arrived in Ireland for the first time this morning. It’s currently in cold storage at the HSE’s National Cold Chain Service. Health Minister Stephen Donnellly has been pictured with the shipment. When is a fridge worth photographing? When it’s just had Ireland’s first #Covid vaccines put in it 👍 The […]
Fine Gael Senator Catherine Noone has apologised and withdrawn her remarks describing Taoiseach Leo Varadkar as autistic. According to The Times Ireland edition the Dublin Bay North candidate made the comments while canvassing. In a statement this morning, the Fine Gael election candidate has apologised and withdrawn her remarks. She describes her choice of language […]
The Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo has called out the Taoiseach and other political parties in a tweet. You probably know him best for roles in movies such as Avengers, Spotlight and 13 Going on 30. via GIPHY However Mark Ruffalo is also an advocate for environmental awareness and he’s now made a direct appeal to […]
April 18th may soon become ‘Republic Day’ Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has raised the prospect of a ‘Republic Day,’ celebrating Ireland’s independence from Britain. The State became the Republic of Ireland on April 18th, 1949. Ending the last remnants of British Rule over the island. Speaking at an event to mark the 69th anniversary on Wednesday […]
A potential Irish visit from Donald Trump is causing controversy Irish Labour Party Senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin has publicly slammed Taoiseach Leo Varadkar’s suggestion of extending an invitation to US President Donald Trump to visit Ireland. The Taoiseach has stated his intention to invite President Trump to Ireland when the pair meet in Washington DC. “He has […]
Grab The Popcorn! There’s a new tv show in town – ‘Dáíl Brawlz’ Dáil suspended in row involving Healy-Rae brothers over speaking rights. Kerry TDs and FF TD Marc MacSharry in shouting match over whose turn to speak! Could someone please add subtitles to this video?!
A spokesperson for Taoiseach Enda Kenny has hit back at comments from Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin over the government’s handling of the flood crisis. Deputy Martin says Mr Kenny stayed behind closed doors and criticised him for spending so much of the flooding crisis within his home county Mayo. However the Taoiseach’s spokesperson says […]