Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has announced her new frontbench at Leinster House.
As expected the party's new Galway West TD, Mairead Farrell, has been named as spokesperson on Public Expenditure and Reform.
The party's Whip is Donegal TD Padraig Mac Lochlainn.
Louise O'Reilly has moved from health to Enterprise, Trade and Employment.
First time TD Rose Conway-Walsh from Mayo is the party's spokesperson on Higher Education, Innovation and Science, and Claire Kerrane from Roscommon-Galway is the party's spokesperson on Social Protection, Community and Rural Development and the Islands
Pearse Doherty remains as finance spokesperson as does Eoin Ó Broin as housing spokesperson.
David Cullinane is the party's new spokesperson on health.
The full list is:
Party Leader Mary Lou McDonald
Deputy Party Leader and Spokesperson on Finance Pearse Doherty
Spokesperson on Public Expenditure and Reform Mairéad Farrell
Enterprise, Trade and Employment Louise O'Reilly
Health David Cullinane
Housing, Local Government and Heritage Eoin Ó Broin
Agriculture and the Marine Matt Carthy
Justice Martin Kenny
Social Protection, Community and Rural Development and the Islands Claire Kerrane
Climate Action, Communications Networks and Transport Darren O'Rourke
Media, Tourism, Art, Culture and Sports Imelda Munster
Children, Disability, Equality and Integration Kathleen Funchion
Education Donnchadh Ó Laoghaire
Higher Education, Innovation and Science Rose Conway-Walsh
Foreign Affairs & Defence John Brady
Also attending frontbench meetings:
Chief Whip Pádraig Mac Lochlainn
Úrlabhraí Gaeilge, Gaeltachta, Ealaíne agus Cultúir Aengus Ó Snodaigh
Separately, the new Junior Minister for Heritage, Malcolm Noonan, said he hopes to "allay the fears" of a coalition of environmental groups who strong criticised the Green Party for allowing the National Parks and Wildlife Service to come under the remit of the Department of Housing.
Birdwatch Ireland, An Taisce, the Wildlife Trust, and Friends of the Earth all expressed "disbelief" yesterday that the responsibility for nature and biodiversity did not go to the Department of the Environment.
Minister Noonan, the Green Party TD for Carlow-Kilkenny, said he would be speedily engaging on the matter and hoped to meet the NGOs to discuss their concerns.
Fianna Fáil TD for Limerick Willie O'Dea has said he is "bitterly disappointed for the people of Limerick" that there is no senior or junior minister representing them.
In a message posted on Twitter, he said "the 3rd city of the Republic and economic driver of the Mid-West has been completely overlooked."
I am bitterly disappointed for the people of Limerick that the 3rd city of the Republic and economic driver of the Mid-West has been completely overlooked for either senior or Junior Ministerial appointments. I have been inundated with messages from people who feel let down (1/2)— Willie O'Dea (@willieodeaLIVE) July 2, 2020