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18 May 2018 21:52 Number of dogs destroyed in Irish pounds down 40%

THE NUMBER OF dogs destroyed in Irish pounds has shrunk by 40%, according to new statistics. The latest dog control report released by the Department of Rural and Community Development, suggests that 916 dogs, not counting registered greyhounds) were put to sleep in Irish pounds in 2017, a 40% reduction from the 1,522 strays who suffered the same fate the previous

18 May 2018 13:19 Google has snapped up Boland's Quay from Nama

When complete, Boland’s Quay will accommodate up to 2,500 workers. The development had been on sale for around €170 million, but it is not known how much Google paid. The sale was today announced by Mark Reynolds of Savills, the Nama-appointed receiver of the site. The Bolands Quay site received planning permission in July 2015 and, since then, NAMA has provided

17 May 2018 00:53 Validity of area plans questioned over translation issue

The validity of Cork County Council local area plans could be in question after it ignored the language commissioner’s advice about a legal obligation to publish the draft plans in Irish. An Coimisinéir Teanga Rónán Ó Domhnaill made the claim after investigating the council last year. His office got a complaint in October 2016 that the council did not intend 1

16 May 2018 08:51 A Temple Bar hotel is being put up sale for €10.7m

The property consists of two buildings that used to be offices. A 27-BEDROOMED hotel and bar in Dublin’s Temple Bar has been put up for sale for €10.7 million. The Dublin Citi Hotel is located on Dame Street at the corner of the plaza of the former Central Bank. Estate agent Savills has said that the property brings in a rent of €660,000 per year and that its tenants 1

11 May 2018 23:00 Tourism roadshows are Pure Cork

Local communities, organisations, and accommodation providers all over Cork are being asked to buy into the new Pure Cork brand aimed at boosting the county’s tourism offering. Visit Cork, the governing organisation for leisure and business tourism, is taking to the four corners of the county to host a series of open roadshows later this month. The roadshows 12

10 May 2018 02:07 Call for Government help on social housing

The Irish Council for Social Housing published its annual report which showed housing associations, normally not-for-profit organisations, provided 2,330 homes for social housing in 2017 through a combination of build, acquisition and leasing, almost doubling its output for 2016. Along with re-lets of existing homes, the ICSH said 3,160 homes were provided 2

04 May 2018 17:20 FactCheck: Does abortion increase the risk of a woman developing breast cancer?

A paid-for advertisement on Facebook is surfacing on Irish user pages, claiming this is the case. We examine the evidence. WHILE DEBATES AROUND the Eighth referendum are being heard out on television and radio in these final weeks before the vote, claims around the issue of abortion are also spreading quickly through social media platforms. One prominent 7

29 April 2018 23:00 Bid to ease summer gridlock in Killarney

Faced with another summer of congestion in Killarney, local representatives as well as the town’s jarveys are coming up with solutions. Gardaí on permanent point duty at key junctions along with direct access for jarveys to the national park from their stand in the town centre are now being sought. Gridlock in Killarney has been the subject of a previous 5

27 April 2018 02:40 Clarke urges Welsh rugby to ape Irish stucture

The former Ireland hooker is the new head coach of the Ospreys having worked since January as interim boss and turned around the Welsh region’s fortunes after a wretched season which sees them at risk of missing out on Champions Cup qualification. Clarke is one of two Irishmen who holds the role of head coach at one of the four Welsh regions, with Bernard 17

26 April 2018 05:15 Photos: UTV's Northern Ireland headquarters on sale for €4 million

Havelock House was used by television crews around the world to process and edit film footage of the Troubles. THE HEADQUARTERS OF UTV in Northern Ireland is on the market for €4 million (£3.5m). Havelock House has been home to Northern Ireland’s largest commercial television broadcaster for almost 60 years. UTV – which is owned by ITV plc – has been situated 25