Money Diaries: Customer service clerk on €38K who bought a home outright with savings – TheJournal.ie

WELCOME TO HOW I Spend My Money, a series on The Journal that looks at how people in Ireland really handle their finances. We’re asking readers to keep a record of how much they earn, what they save if anything, and what they’re spending their money on over the course of one week. Are you a spender,

Call for review of Belfast Airbnbs over impact on residents – Belfast Telegraph

Councillors are calling for the regulation of Airbnbs in Belfast and a cap in certain areas, as they say the short-term home rentals are having a negative impact on many of the city’s residents and resulting in a growth in anti-social behaviour. irbnbs allow people to rent out their homes for short stays and have

Bring it on home: Ireland | Travel | stltoday.com – STLtoday.com

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'Writing on the wall for government,' McDonald tells Sinn Féin Ard Fheis – Newstalk

“The writing is on the wall for Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael, they’ve been in Government for far too long,” Sinn Féin President Mary Lou McDonald has told her party’s Ard Fheis.  Slamming what she called, “The broken system of a partitioned Ireland, politics for the few, at the expense of the many”, McDonald added:

Corpus Linguistics and the Second Amendment – Reason.com – Reason

Corpus linguistics is the scholarly technique of searching historic databases to gather information on the use of important words or phrases. In the pending U.S. Supreme Court on the Second Amendment to right to bear arms, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, a pair of amicus brief purport to apply corpus linguistics

Mica homes compensation cap to be €350,000 | Ireland | The Sunday Times – The Times

The cap on compensation for house repairs under the mica redress scheme is to be set at €350,000 with an appeals mechanism for “exceptional cases”, The Sunday Times has learnt. While more than 7,000 homes along the western seaboard from Donegal will benefit, holiday homes will be excluded from the scheme. The owners will qualify

Presenter Arlene McIntyre has designs on new store – The Times

Arlene McIntyre, an interior designer and presenter of RTE’s Designed for Life, has set up a new furniture outlet business. The first store, a 1,600 sq m unit in Sandyford in Dublin, has already opened and there are plans to open more in Cork, Galway and the UK. Ventura, the company McIntyre runs with her

Louth man accused of litany of apartment rent deposits and Electric Picnic festival ticket scams refused… – The Irish Sun

AN alleged fraudster accused of a litany of apartment rent deposits and Electric Picnic festival ticket scams has been refused bail. Gardai arrested James Carpenter, 31, of Irish Street, Ardee, Co Louth on Friday at Dublin Airport after extradition from Scotland. 1 James Carpenter, 31, of Irish Street, Ardee, Co Louth accused of apartment deposit

Man accused of apartment deposit and Electric Picnic ticket scams denied bail – Irish Examiner

An alleged fraudster accused of a litany of apartment rent deposits and Electric Picnic festival ticket scams has been refused bail. Gardaí arrested James Carpenter, 31, of Irish Street, Ardee, Co. Louth on Friday at Dublin Airport after extradition from Scotland. He appeared before Judge Anthony Halpin at Dublin District Court on Saturday, facing strenuous