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Yesterday’s News

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Wednesday 2 April, 2014

Fingal's scuppering of elected mayor for Dublin slammed... by Fingal's former mayor

Cian O’Callaghan said that ceremonial mayors “belong to a different era”.

Monday 31 March, 2014

Local authorities haven't collected over €355 million owed to them

In 2012, arrears increased by €33 million, or approximately 10 per cent, compared to 2011, where rates arrears came to €323 million.

Thursday 23 January, 2014

Dublin council blames tenants for drop in rent collection

Dublin City Council now has arrears of over €20 million as a result of residents not paying rent, and says there is a “culture of under-declaration of income”.

Saturday 21 December, 2013

Here's how much Poolbeg is worth now (and how much has been spent on it)

The costs of the proposed Poolbeg incinerator are now approaching €100 million – but construction is still yet to begin.

Saturday 16 November, 2013

Govt doing "bare minimum" to fix organ donation rates, says CEO

The head of the Irish Kidney Assocation says James Reilly “hasn’t been good enough” on organ donation.

Sunday 15 September, 2013

Dublin City Council spent almost €200k a month on Poolbeg consultancy fees

The stalled Poolbeg incinerator project has cost over €90 million over more than ten years – even though construction has yet to start on it…

Saturday 3 August, 2013

Poolbeg incinerator plan delayed (again) but controversial clause gets dumped

There is still no date for when building will start on the Poolbeg incinerator, which has been in the works for over a decade.

Saturday 25 May, 2013

Gone for good: Last Magdalene laundry to be converted into houses and sold

There are calls for a monument or museum to be built on the site to remember the women forced to stay in the institution in Dublin’s inner city.