Court hears of 'very serious' risk from fire to dozens of Romanian children and adults squatting in a Dublin city centre flats complex – Independent.ie

There is a very serious risk from fire to the lives of dozens of Romanian children and adults squatting in a Dublin city centre flats complex, a judge in the Circuit Civil Court was told today. udge John O’Connor granted retired solicitor and landlord Mel Kilraine injunctions directing the families to vacate six residential units

Guidance for landlords and tenants – updated 20/7/21 – Property118 – Property118

The latest government guidance below to include step 4 of the Lockdown Roadmap applies to England only, Click here.  Some of the measures referred to also apply in Wales. See guidance for Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. Rent, mortgage payments and possession proceedings The Coronavirus Act 2020 provides protection to social and private tenants by

Local community law centre welcomes changes to eligibility for civil legal aid – Dublin People

A COOLOCK based community law centre is hailing a ‘really positive development’ in civil legal aid eligibility following victory in their long campaign. Community Law & Mediation say they welcome the announcement by Minister Naughton that the Housing Assistance Payment and other housing support measures – Rental Accommodation Scheme, Rent Supplement, Mortgage Interest Supplement and

Can Welsh Handball Bounce Back From the Brink of Extinction? – Atlas Obscura

“Will it be hard to find, do you reckon?” asks my friend Ben Coakley as he drives us through the rolling hills of southern Wales. The answer, we soon discover, is no. Half an hour north of Cardiff, we catch sight of our destination with ease: an imposing concrete structure that dominates a central location

Up to 100 people could be forced to leave Dublin property because their 'lives are in danger' – thejournal.ie

Belvedere Place, Dublin Belvedere Place, Dublin THE LIVES OF up to up to 100 foreign nationals, including children, alleged to be squatting in a Dublin city centre apartment block, are in deadly danger, a judge was told today. Judge John O’Connor told retired solicitor Mel Kilraine’s legal team they could apply to the Circuit Civil

Man who broke neighbour's jaw and twice rammed her home has sentence doubled – Longford Leader

A Donegal man who twice rammed his neighbour’s home with his car, broke her jaw and tried to escape gardaí by swimming to Tyrone has had his jail sentence doubled by the Court of Appeal. Leon Kelly had been sentenced to two-and-a-half years with 12 months suspended for criminal damage and assault causing harm to

Operators Of Costa Coffee Cafés In Ireland Obtain High Court Order Preventing Firm Wind Up – Hospitality Ireland

The operators of Costa Coffee cafés in Ireland have obtained a High Court order preventing the landlord of the Costa Coffee outlet in Dublin’s Dundrum Town Centre from applying to wind up the firm. As reported by The Irish Times, the winding up move came in a dispute over unpaid rent that arose out of

We owe so much to Des O’Malley who modernised Irish politics – Extra.ie

It seems hard to believe nowadays, but when Labour Party TD and Minister for Health Barry Desmond initiated a Bill to liberalise the sale of condoms in 1985, at the time available only to married couples, Fianna Fáil opposed it. Many believed that one of the party’s best-known deputies, Des O’Malley, would vote against its

Man who broke neighbour's jaw and twice rammed her home has sentence doubled – Leinster Express

A Donegal man who twice rammed his neighbour’s home with his car, broke her jaw and tried to escape gardaí by swimming to Tyrone has had his jail sentence doubled by the Court of Appeal. Leon Kelly had been sentenced to two-and-a-half years with 12 months suspended for criminal damage and assault causing harm to

Donegal man who broke neighbour's jaw and rammed into her house twice has sentence doubled – TheJournal.ie

A DONEGAL MAN who twice rammed his neighbour’s home with his car, broke her jaw and tried to escape gardaí by swimming to Tyrone has had his jail sentence doubled by the Court of Appeal. Leon Kelly had been sentenced to two-and-a-half years with 12 months suspended for criminal damage and assault causing harm to