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The State’s Immigrant Investor Programme (IIP) operates simply: non-EU citizens pledge a minimum of €1 million to a business, or donate €400,000 to charity, and in return they earn the right to live here along with their families.

Social housing, nursing homes and even whiskey distilleries have each claimed a share of more than €1 billion that wealthy non-EU citizens have p(...)

The Criminal Courts of Justice complex on Parkgate Street in Dublin, which houses the Special Criminal Court. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh

One of three Dublin men accused of helping a crime gang murder David Byrne at the Regency Hotel five years ago may be granted bail if he can find an i(...)

Mr O’Lone secured permission ex parte from the High Court’s Mr Justice Richard Humphreys to bring  proceedings against An Bord Pleanála and the State

A local resident has taken a legal challenge aimed at overturning planning permission for a shared living development with 210 bed spaces on the Old N(...)

Former TD Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran says he has spent recent months fishing and ‘doing up an old cruiser boat’ and is seeking to get a taxi driver licence again. Photograph: Tom Honan

Losing a job at any time is a hard pill to swallow. Doing so in the weeks before a pandemic closes down much of the country, and wider world, is harde(...)

A man  lays flowers this week at a shrine in Tuam, Co Galway, erected in memory of up to 800 children  buried at the site of the mother and baby home there. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty

The women and children who suffered in mother and baby homes were “abandoned by their church”, a Cork priest has said during Sunday Mass. Fr Colin D(...)

Carmel Larkin, a survivor of the Tuam mother and baby home, with a letter of apology from the Bon Secour order, at a shrine erected in memory of children buried at the site of the former home. Photograph: Paul Faith/Getty Images

The Bon Secours sisters, who ran the mother and baby home at Tuam, yesterday yesterday offered “profound apologies” and acknowledged that children wer(...)

File photograph taken at Regina Coeli Hostel, Dublin. Since a new law was introduced in October, the witnesses can choose to have their names left on the records of their evidence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Dublin hostel Regina Coeli was unique among mother and baby homes in being the only place up until the 1970s that supported unmarried mothers who wish(...)

Samantha Long and her twin sister were adopted in December 1972 after nine months in the Navan Road Mother and Baby Home, with her birth mother Margaret later dying in a Magdalene Laundry.   Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Samantha Long, who was born in Saint Patrick’s Mother and Baby Home in Dublin, described the details of the commission’s report into the institutions (...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: ‘Church-run institutions should be places where people experience the warm embrace of Jesus Christ, particularly vulnerable people, not harshness, judgementalism and disrespect.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

What happened in the mother and baby homes was “only one chapter in a shocking narrative that has gone on for some time”, the Catholic Archbishop of D(...)

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right to live in the Republic under a Government cash for residency programme.

Chinese investors are paying €1 million each to social housing schemes planned by developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Capital, in return for the right (...)

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