Catherine Martin

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It is understood Green Party Deputy leader Catherine Martin will be writing to the wider party membership in the coming days. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin has promised “unity of purpose” and improvements to the party’s governance and communications following a b(...)

In a Word ... Martin

I had a dream, and it involved Martins. Lots of Martins. UK prime minister Boris Johnson was visiting Ireland for the first time since Taoiseach Miche(...)

Taoiseach Micheal Martin and Minister for Sport Catherine Martin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Minister for Sport Catherine Martin has asked the heads of sporting organisations to examine the international evidence for spectators returning to ev(...)

Revellers reflected in  sunglasses as crowds arrive for  Electric Picnic in 2017. Photograph: Niall Carson /PA Wire

Electric Picnic was due to take place this weekend. Judging by the forecast, they might even have got the weather for it. But in a world laid low by c(...)

Itic wants €500 million in  grants to help tourism operators stay in business. Pictured is Bundoran in  Co Donegal. Photograph: James Connolly

The tourism industry claims 100,000 jobs could be saved if the Government commits to a new plan to prop up the beleaguered sector, which has been effe(...)

Minister for  Arts Catherine Martin viewing a painting as she visits the Jack B Yeats exhibition in The Model in Sligo in August. Photograph: Leon Farrell / Photocall Ireland

The Government runs the risk of fashioning a rod for its own back, if rumours are correct that indoor music gigs may be allowed as long as alcohol isn(...)

The possibility of music venues reopening for events if they did not serve alcohol has been raised.

Arts campaigners have said they are “hopeful” socially distanced music events and gigs will be able to be held in the near future, following a meeting(...)

The crowd for Bonnie Tyler who played on the Throwback stage at Electric Picnic in August last year. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Musical events and gigs may be allowed to go ahead if alcohol is not served on the premises as part of new proposals under consideration by the Govern(...)

Minister for Media,  Arts, Culture and Sport Catherine Martin: Did she sanity-check Government decisions or was she even consulted? Photograph: Daniel MacDonald

When Catherine Martin was appointed Minister for Media, Tourism, Arts, Culture, Sport and the Gaeltacht seven weeks ago, scepticism was expressed in s(...)

 Michael Cawley:  leadership is about more than following the letter of the law; it is about judgment.  Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

It’s when things go wrong that you really find out who your friends are. Former Fáilte Ireland chairman Michael Cawley has found precious few defender(...)

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