Jerry Beades (left) and John Martin of the New Land League, at Gorse Hill , the home of the O’Donnell family, on Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

The couple have been barricaded inside since Monday and remained there after deadline

Broadcaster Vincent Browne (right) and other members of the media entered  the grounds of Gorse Hill on Wednesday. Photograph: Tim O’Brien

New Land League members plan press conference for ‘significant announcement’

Representatives of the bank receiver posting documents on the order of the court on the gate of  the O’Donnell family home, Gorse Hill. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

New Land League says it expects O’Donnells to stay in Gorse Hill and contest legal notices

 A  Land League protester in the grounds of Gorse Hill, Brian O’Donnell’s house in  Killiney. Photograph: Eric Luke

Land League cars ‘protect’ Brian O’Donnell’s home in wealthy suburb from repossession

The  O’Donnell family home at Gorse Hill,   Killiney. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Land League blocks entrance to property as family attempts to halt repossession of house

John Giles who won 59 caps for Ireland was awarded UEFA’s Jubilee Award in 2003  which named him best Irish player in fifty years.

Brother Kevin Crowley and renowned football John Giles to be honoured with award

Before the current reintroduction the last pair of white-tailed eagles were recorded breeding in the wild in Co Mayo in 1912. File image

Bird found near Lough Erne was part of 2011 Killarney National Park scheme

Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Paschal Donohoe was one of the speakers at the annual Irish Hotels Federation conference. The conference heard how the Government’s special VAT rate was crucial to lessening the rate of insolvency within the industry. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Irish Hotels Federation hears how Government’s VAT band key to avoiding insolvency

Holidaymakers in Kilronan, Inis Mór, in 2013.  Workers are spending less time planning holidays on  their desktops and are increasingly booking breaks on smartphones,  Google says. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Google says smartphones rapidly replacing PCs for checking out holiday plans

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