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Home Sweet Home donations to be given to groups tackling homelessness
About €129,000 was unspent after the occupation of Apollo House in Dublin ended.
Home Sweet Home co-founder has multiple convictions for robbery, kidnap and aggravated burglary
Quentin Sheridan is no longer permitted to enter Apollo House.
About 70 people will have Christmas dinner in Apollo House today
Home Sweet Home has also said that over €150,000 has been raised online.
'We're preparing to give residents the best Christmas they've had in years'
Home Sweet Home organisers believe the occupation of Apollo House in Dublin could be replicated elsewhere in the country.
'Anybody could end up homeless - it could be me or my daughter': Public support key to Apollo House occupation
The occupiers of Apollo House have utilised public support to great effect.
Glen Hansard says the taking over of Apollo House is an 'act of civil disobedience'
The group Home Sweet Home took over the building late on Thursday night to house the homeless
Apollo House occupation: The story behind how a well-organised team took over this Dublin building
Celebrities, activists and politicians all got together today to open accommodation for the homeless.
Glen Hansard and Damien Dempsey among group that took over abandoned building for homeless
The group said the occupation was to give homeless people a bed for Christmas.
Gardaí arrive as residents protest closure of homeless hostel
John’s Lane hostel is scheduled to be redeveloped into more long term accommodation.
13 families are fighting eviction from emergency accommodation in Dublin today
The families have been living in emergency accommodation on Mountjoy Street in north Dublin.
These activists paid an awkward visit to the Dublin offices of a US vulture fund
The Irish Housing Network said it took over the reception area of Blackstone’s Dublin offices for close to an hour.
A vacant hostel has been reclaimed by housing activists
Dublin City Council says the building is “not fit for purpose”.