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# Mica Scandal

This year
Mica homeowners have 'outstanding concerns' about new scheme, committee told
Homeowners impacted by the mica scandal have told politicians that the updated redress scheme will be inaccessible for many because of the up front costs required.
All time
'Talk is cheap': Irish-Americans confront Taoiseach in New York on mica scandal
Micheál Martin sat down with two Irish-Americans who confronted him on the mica issue.
Houses damaged by mica will be exempt from Local Property Tax for six years, says Paschal Donohoe
No local authority will be worse off as a result of changes to the tax, Donohoe said.
'We don't have the definitive figure': Housing Minister says number of mica-affected homes could be higher
Minister O’Brien says the cost of damage caused by mica could exceed €1.5 billion.
Housing Minister to meet mica-affected homeowners as thousands to march on Dublin
Eamon Ryan said people affected do need and will get government support.
Mica scandal: Families living in 'crumbling homes' as redress scheme awaits sign off
It is understood the roll out of the redress scheme is in its final stages.
Mica scandal: Family living in 'falling down house' finds out mortgage has been sold to vulture fund
Just a month before the government announced a redress scheme for the thousands of impacted homeowners, Karl Murtagh was told his mortgage had been sold.