Homeless people being illegally sheltered in the Nama-owned Apollo House building should be allowed to stay there until after Christmas instead of facing trespassing notices, a Government minister has said.
Since 1898, Dublin Fire Brigade ran the ambulance service and the emergence of the log book of the brigade’s headquarters in Tara Street from 1916 bears witness to the efforts to deal with the battle waging on the streets and the people affected, writes
A broad portfolio in Cork and Waterford of land, houses, sites and other investments associated with developer Dan Mulvihill of Rossdale Enterprises has been put to market, expected to fetch €10-15 million, making it one of the region’s largest non-retail portfolios to be off-loaded.
ELSKE Rahill is perturbed. She’s brooding about the first review of her debut novel. It was glowing, and said the 31-year-old was “an intriguing and definitive voice of a new generation of Irish writers.” But Rahill is hard on herself.