# Patrick O'Donovan

Last month
January 2024
Roscrea could get 'community-owned' hotel as Taoiseach comes under pressure from his party
Last year
Road access to Castletown House remains open temporarily as OPW and private owners re-engage
RTÉ should consider selling Donnybrook site if it is strapped for cash, says minister
OPW Minister of State says limiting of road access to Castletown House is 'serious dilemma'
First batch of 200 modular homes for Ukrainian refugees to be ready next month
OPW seeking public's views on the future of parking at the Phoenix Park
All time
Live animal Christmas crib gets the go ahead but in a new location
Government called on to extend support scheme to Wexford communities hit by suspected tornado
Minister seeks new location for live Christmas crib after decision to remove it from Mansion House
Pandemic Unemployment Payment to be extended for months, but reduced for part-timers
Junior minister says a government involving Sinn Féin would 'risk security of State'
Patrick O'Donovan: 'I don't differentiate between atrocities'
'It's ignorance': Sinn Féin calls for apology after junior minister blames party for Dublin-Monaghan bombing
Donohoe defends his share-holdings in drinks company Diageo
Ireland looks absolutely stunning in this new video
'There needs to be a change in mindset in how we view the role of women in sport'
Shane Ross outlines his department's plans - but no mention of gender quotas for sports boards
Women's sport has come a long way, but there's still about a century to go
Sports bodies to be fined if their boards don't comply with new gender quota rules
Olympic Council of Ireland says Pat Hickey is entitled to "natural justice" as Ross announces inquiry
Sinn Féin has broken Dáil rules on party political broadcasts... AGAIN
'If you put two pigs flying up O'Connell Street it'd be the number one news item on RTE'
Here's how much the Taoiseach's department has spent on photography since 2002
Fine Gael row with TDs over funding 'like a Merc owner giving out about Fords Escorts':
Ray D'Arcy's salary will be 'more than covered' by sponsorship money
Speed cameras to be reviewed as system 'clearly isn't working'
New RSA Chair told to 'name and shame' local authorities that fail to maintain road standards
Joan Burton has no plans for UK-style crackdown on welfare for jobless immigrants
Dáil over: TDs finish early for the week after ‘opposition fail to show’
This is how the government plans to tackle the politicians' allowance bill
TD wants tougher controls of online currencies such as Bitcoin
Ireland 'should consider laws that would jail cyber bullies'
Man arrested as suspicious devices found in Limerick
TD says retired gardai could free up staff for frontline
Wanted: well-known personality to front anti-obesity campaign
TD calls for cameras to be allowed in Irish courts
Is this the first song of the election campaign?