Online Abuse Was "Unreal" - Grealish Wants To Move On After Golfgate Charges Dropped

The Station House Hotel in Clifden - where the infamous dinner was held

The Galway West TD and Westmeath's Donie Cassidy were accused of breaching lockdown laws.

Independent TD Noel Grealish says he wants to move on, after all charges were dropped in the Golfgate trial.

A judge found the Galway deputy, along with former Fianna Fáil Senator, Westmeath's Donie Cassidy and the two hoteliers, were fully compliant with lockdown laws.

It centred around an Oireachtas Golf Society dinner that was held in August 2020.

Deputy Grealish says the abuse he received online was 'unreal':

A Fianna Fáil senator says he hopes former Agriculture Minister, Dara Calleary, will return to cabinet in the not too distant future.

He stepped down after attending the Golfgate dinner.

His party colleague, Senator Timmy Dooley, says he'd like to see Deputy Calleary back in a ministerial role:

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