Ivana Bacik

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A computer-generated image of Bartra’s planned development at Castleknock in Dublin

Bartra Capital is to spend €130 million constructing the four co-living sites it has planned for Dublin. The Richard Barrett-led property group confi(...)

Architect’s image of a kitchen designed to serve 13 rooms in Bartra Capital’s co-living scheme in Rathmines.

One of the country’s best paid chief executives is objecting to plans for a 111-bed shared co-living development in Ballsbridge. Chief executive of A(...)

An artist’s impression of a kitchen in Bartra’s proposed co-living development in Rathmines.

Giving permission for a 111-bed shared co-living development on Dublin’s Merrion Road “in the midst of a deadly pandemic” would be unduly hasty, accor(...)

File photo. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA

The cost of providing a State-run childcare service could be as much as €2 billion annually, an internal analysis by the Department of Children and Yo(...)

The main offence affected under the 1998 Act, which was introduced in the wake of the bombing of Omagh that year, concerns inferences that may be drawn by the court from an accused’s silence when questioned about membership of an unlawful organisation. Photograph:  Paul McErlane/PA

A failure to renew two laws aimed at membership of illegal organisations and involvement in organised crime is unlikely to affect any cases pending be(...)

Ivana Bacik said the Senators are “actively preparing” papers to submit to court next week. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A group of Senators has confirmed it is to go ahead with a High Court application next week seeking a declaration that it is constitutional for the Se(...)

The National Maternity Hospital in Holles Street: It has been trying to find a new home for decades. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The row over the transfer of the National Maternity Hospital to a site owned by a religious order was the biggest story in Irish health this century, (...)

The Government has interpreted the shortage of 11 Senators to mean until there is a new government no legislation can be passed. Photograph: Tom Honan

Sections of emergency anti-terrorist and anti-crime gang legislation are set to lapse if a new government is not formed by the end of June because the(...)

 Alan Kelly: told his TD colleagues Labour’s post-election position of going into opposition should not change. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The turning point for Alan Kelly, and his colleagues’ perceptions of him, came at a meeting of the Labour parliamentary party in Drogheda in September(...)

Labour claims a Seanad rule change would allow House to sit without the Taoiseach’s 11 nominees. File photograph: The Irish Times

The Labour Party claims a change in Seanad regulations will allow a newly elected Upper House to sit without the Taoiseach’s 11 nominees. The party m(...)

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