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# my-hometown - Wednesday 24 February, 2016

Waterford is - slowly, very slowly - pulling itself out of recession

Nicky Ryan took a trip back to the Déise to see how Ireland’s oldest city was faring ahead of the general election.

# my-hometown - Monday 22 February, 2016

'Sick and tired': Death from a thousand cuts in Dublin Bay North

Ronan Duffy finds his home constituency squeezed on all sides by stressed services and families labouring under extra charges.

Donegal: a 'forgotten' county or one with renewed community spirit?

Michael Sheils McNamee examines the disconnect between the nation’s perception of ‘poor’ Donegal – and how it views itself.

# my-hometown - Thursday 18 February, 2016

Beautiful Bray and the demise of the Irish main street

Christina Finn lived and worked as a journalist in the Co Wicklow town when housing and homelessness were big concerns. Are they still?

Planning 'neglect' has made Drogheda a town that has lost its 'heart'

Cliodhna Russell hears from business owners worried about their very survival.

# my-hometown - Tuesday 16 February, 2016

The Co Sligo village where self-help is the path to growth My Hometown This post contains videos

The Co Sligo village where self-help is the path to growth

Órla Ryan finds some traces of recovery in a rural area long used to battling on by itself.

# my-hometown - Monday 15 February, 2016

Housing crisis and hot meals: Cork still feeling the crisis

Aoife Barry finds our second city getting a makeover – but that renovation doesn’t affect many of its citizens.