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# accommodation crisis

Last year
Minister hits out at 'open and closed border slogans' used in asylum discussions
Dispute over regulator's figures for unregistered landlord complaints
Documents reveal 'desperate' pleas among government departments to house asylum seekers
Taoiseach: Ireland may pay EU countries rather than accept more refugees under migration pact
Minister says Govt 'under real pressure' to accommodate refugees in coming months
Students told to pay year's rent of over €8,000 in two cash installments or risk losing tenancy
Student accommodation dash: Scarce rooms, few protections and potential scams
'Clear and unambiguous' laws needed to prohibit rent for sex
Seven vacant nursing homes mooted for 600 refugee beds but block on converting continues
Floatel accommodation is now a 'serious strand' of policy but is still 'months away'
Taoiseach 'horrified' by burning of refugee tents as ministers to meet gardaí over protests
Indian nurses recruited by HSE wait months in Ireland without their children before starting work
McGrath: 'Plea for large buildings to house refugees reflects the strain the system is under'
Ministers sign off on new €10m International Protection Fund to support community needs
UN refugee agency says it is 'completely unpalatable' that asylum seekers are homeless in Ireland
Asylum seekers sleeping rough on the streets of Dublin: 'I don't know what's next'
McDonald: Protests at centres 'absolutely wrong approach' - but those taking part are 'mixed bag'
All time
Increase to €400 payment for housing Ukrainians 'on the table' as leaders set to meet Monday
Student: 'In a country with top universities, it's disgraceful that we have nowhere to live'
Mairead Maguire
Government aims to stop refugees staying 'more than one night' in airport before relocation
Dublin City Council chief Owen Keegan apologises for 'sarcastic' comment to Students' Union
Poll: Would you be happy for a student to rent your spare room?
Students will face accommodation nightmare again this September
We're facing the prospect of students turning down college places because they can't afford to survive
Kevin Donoghue