The 38-year-old politician will replace outgoing taoiseach Enda Kenny after winning Fine Gael leadership contest
An LGBT activist who was the youngest elected mayor in the country two years ago, has convincingly topped the polls in the Seanad Cultural and Educational Panel elections.
The 67-year-old said he didn't have the courage to speak about his sexuality before.
On Monday 24th March RTÉ Two aired the new sitcom The Centre, which documents daily life at St Bartholomew's Community Centre in the heart of Fieldstown, County Dublin, a local authority housing estate.
Today the European Parliament adopted a non-binding resolution on strengthening the fight against racism, xenophobia and hate crime. The text calls on the European Commission to add homophobia and transphobia to the list of EU-sanctioned hate speech and violence.
On 18-21 October 2012, ILGA-Europe holds its 16th Annual Conference in Dublin. Our Annual Conference is the largest event on LGBTI political agenda in Europe. 235 participants from 42 countries are attending the Conference.
The first Fine Gael TD to come out as gay declared yesterday that he wanted to see the law discriminating against homosexual teachers abolished.
Fine Gael has welcomed its first openly-gay TD, as the party unveils a new gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender group.
Two Fine Gael Ministers have said they have no plans for legislation to allow for the adoption of children by same-sex couples – despite pre-election commitments from their Coalition partner Labour to do so.
Gay Irish senator David Norris succeeded Tuesday in securing the backing of the four local councils he needs to get his name on the ballot paper in the October 27 presidential election.
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