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  • Home Office’s lack of action on post-Brexit Border ‘is shocking’

    28 July 2017 00:00

    British department under fire after admitting it has not consulted experts on the issue Britain’s Home Office, the government department responsible for border control and immigration, has admitted it has not consulted any external experts on the effect of Brexit on the Irish Border. The Border, and the wider implications for the Republic of Britain’s

  • Gardaí set to quiz Michael Hayes over Birmingham pub bombings

    27 July 2017 23:58

    Gardaí are to interview a self-confessed IRA bomb maker who has said that he was part of the group responsible for the Birmingham pub bombings. Michael Christopher Hayes, 69, who lives in south Dublin, issued an apology earlier this month to the families of the 21 people killed in the 1974 bombing but refused to comment when asked if he was involved

  • ‘Tonight with Vincent Browne’ bows out after 10 years

    27 July 2017 23:22

    Broadcaster thanks those who ‘endured' him on the last-ever episode of his TV3 show The last-ever episode of Tonight with Vincent Browne was broadcast on TV3 on Thursday night, after 10 years of the programme. The late-night talk show has been responsible for some TV gold - from former tánaiste Joan Burton accusing Browne of “haranguing” her and Siptu

  • Charlie Gard to be moved to hospice for his final days after ruling by judge

    27 July 2017 17:08 2

    A judge made the order after an agreement on Charlie’s end-of-life care plan couldn’t be found. A UK HIGH Court judge has ordered that critically ill British baby Charlie Gard should be moved from a hospital to a hospice, where he will “inevitably” die within a short time. Judge Nicholas Francis made the order after Charlie’s parents and Great Ormond

  • Receiver secures injunction as couple told to vacate ’Dallas style mansion’

    27 July 2017 15:56

    A bank appointed receiver has secured a High Court injunction granting him possession of "a palatial eight bedroom mansion" described as being similar to something that featured in the popular 1980s TV series "Dallas", reports Ann O’Loughlin. The injunction was granted by Mr Justice Paul Gilligan in respect of a property known as the Grange or Grange

  • Family ordered to vacate ‘palatial’ Dublin house by Friday

    27 July 2017 15:15 1

    Order relating to eight bedroom ‘mansion’ made against Jeremiah and Bridget Donovan A bank appointed receiver has secured a High Court injunction granting him possession of “a palatial eight bedroom mansion” described as similar to properties that featured in the TV series Dallas. The order, made against Jeremiah ( Jerry) Donovan and his wife Bridget

  • Adeela Warley: Cast the net widely to reap the rewards

    27 July 2017 11:52 1

    Finding trustees with the right skills, experience and time to make a difference is not easy, writes our columnist The general election may be behind us, but elections are still on my mind as CharityComms starts its search for new trustees. Effective governance sits at the heart of great charities, but finding trustees with the right skills, experience

  • Nearly half a million adults still live with parents, Census shows

    27 July 2017 11:31 5

    Men account for majority (58.6%) of adults still living at home, according to data for 2016 More than 450,000 adults are living with their parents, representing an increase of nearly 5 per cent on 2011, new data from the 2016 Census shows. Some 400,000 people were living alone, while 41.1 per cent of the Irish population aged 15 and over, accounting

  • The CSO has published an interactive map of where you will find the most single people

    27 July 2017 11:00 4

    The CSO has published the map alongside its latest Census figures. THE LATEST BATCH of figures from Census 2016 have been published, and this time they focus on households and families in Ireland. The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has also provided this interactive map, to show you where all the single people in Ireland were living, when the survey

  • Revealed: How many adults are living at home with their parents

    27 July 2017 10:24 4

    The Central Statistics Office (CSO) says almost 270,000 men, or 58.6pc of the total, and 190,000 women aged 18 are over remain in the family home. And it also says there were 1,218,370 families in the State on Census Night in April last year, an increase of 3.3pc since 2011. “This profile report on Households and Families examines the family situations