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16 August 2018 16:20 Cooking facilities and separate family bedrooms among Direct Provision recommendations

The new guidelines are aimed at improving conditions for asylum seekers. NATIONAL ACCOMMODATION STANDARDS for asylum seekers, including those living in Direct Provision, moved one step closer today as the Department of Justice and Equality announced a consultation process on the matter. A Standards Advisory Group has drafted national standards for those

15 August 2018 06:27 Analysis reveals 11% pay rise for company bosses compared to 2% for staff

Company bosses have seen their pay soar by 11% this year, compared with just 2% for full-time workers. The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and the High Pay Centre looked at executives in FTSE100 companies. Women make up 7% of those bosses, but they earn only 3.5% of total executive pay. Luke Hildyard, director of the High Pay Centre

14 August 2018 08:08 Poll: Do you welcome new hotels being built in Dublin?

A number plans for new hotel developments in Dublin have been announced in recent months. FÁILTE IRELAND HAS welcomed the news that a long-vacant site on George’s Street has been cleared for redevelopment as a hotel and retail complex, as reported by Fora.ie last week. It was reported yesterday that plans have also been lodged for a €35 million development 1

10 August 2018 15:16 Two men arrested over use of skimming device on ATM

The men are thought to form part of an eastern European criminal organisation. GARDAÍ ARRESTED TWO men in Blanchardstown this morning in connection with the use of a skimming device on a bank ATM in Kildare town yesterday. The Kildare gardaí, supported by the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau, had been working closely with a major Irish financial 2

04 August 2018 18:00 How many batches of condoms were recalled this week? It's the week in numbers

Plus: The number of Ryanair flights cancelled due to the upcoming fifth pilot strike day. EVERY WEEK, TheJournal.ie offers a selection of statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed. 5: The number of batches of condoms recalled by Durex this week over concerns about the “burst pressure” of the products. 100: The percentage 1

03 August 2018 13:03 Ryanair cancels 20 flights on 5th planned strike day by Irish pilots

The suggestion comes on the fourth day of 24-hour stoppages by Irish-based Ryanair pilots. RYANAIR HAS CONFIRMED the cancellation of 20 flights on the fifth strike day by some of its Irish pilots. Yesterday Forsa gave notice of the strike day, with will take place from 1am on Friday 10 August for 24 hours. In a statement this afternoon, the airline said due to the strike

02 August 2018 14:58 Families move in to cooperative housing scheme in Dublin

ELEVEN FAMILIES AND individuals received the keys to their new homes as part of a cooperative housing scheme in Ballymun in Dublin, today. There are now 28 homes occupied in the Baile na Laochra housing development, which was designed by the Ó Cualann Cohousing Alliance. Residents live alongside social and private tenants, all sharing common amenities 1

02 August 2018 05:15 Taoiseach says there's 'no evidence of a land bubble' in Ireland

Leo Varadkar said it is something the government will keep an eye on. TAOISEACH LEO VARADKAR has said there is “no evidence of a land bubble” in Ireland. His comments come after the Central Bank’s warning this week that the government needs to put buffers in place if Ireland is to avoid another boom-bust cycle. This follows on from the OECD warning in May that there 3

30 July 2018 13:54 NUI Galway repays student fees after complaints about course

The Students’ Union described the situation as “appalling”. NUI GALWAY WILL refund students a year’s tuition fees after complaints about a course at the university. Current third and fourth-year student of the BA Journalism course are set to be refunded after complaints about the course were upheld by the Student Complaints Board. As part of the third 5

29 July 2018 07:30 Plans for new plant in Laois to turn brown bin waste into renewable gas

This gas will be injected into the national grid for supply through the existing gas network to homes and commercial businesses. BORD NA MÓNA is planning to develop a new renewable gas project that will use food waste and animal waste to create renewable gas. The company announced the plan as it launched its annual report this week. The project will be developed 2