We remember those who died one hundred years ago: Michael O’Neill, Thomas Hornibrook, Samuel Hornibrook, Herbert Woods, James Buttimer, David Gray, Francis Fitzmaurice, Robert Howe, John Chinnery, Robert Nagle, Alexander Gerald McKinley, John Buttimer, James Greenfield, and John Bradfield.
Discussing the future of Scotland with Alison Johnstone MSP, the elected Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament during her visit to Leinster House.
It was a pleasure to meet the New South Wales Speaker, Jonathan O'Dea. He has promised to raise the issue of the British government’s proposed amnesty legislation with his counterpart in the British House of Commons when he meets him.
The Seanad is opening up, following a call by President Mary Robinson to be a space where young people can speak to those in power and advocate for Climate Action with the Climate Action Committee chaired by Deputy Brian Leddin.
Concluding remarks following the address by the President of Ukraine, President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. It was an honour to welcome 5 year old Anastasiia & her mother Lana to the Parliament of our Republic. They were invited to the distinguished visitors’ gallery after coming 4,000 km to seek refuge. Anastasia’s father is home in Kyiv fighting for her country’s future. As a Parliament and a people we must be relentless in our support of Ukraine. Not just today, not just tomorrow but until the war is won.