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A landlord attempted to “trick” his low-income tenants into leaving their homes with invalid notices to quit (NTQ), a tribunal at the Residential Tena(...)

Residents of South Richmond St and Rosedale Terrace demonstrate outside the offices of Val Issuer on Molesworth Street with members of People Before Profit. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Low and middle-income tenants from properties in south Dublin demonstrated on Wednesday outside offices of management companies overseeing efforts to (...)

The Bernard Shaw:  Bodytonic said it would be closing the pub at the end of October.   Photograph: Tom Honan /The Irish Times

The planned closure of the Bernard Shaw pub and venue in Portobello, Dublin has been greeted with shock, sadness and as an indication that Dublin is c(...)

Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty: current situation ‘not a great way to do things’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Minister for Social Protection Regina Doherty has voiced support for the campaign to establish an agency to adjudicate on child maintenance cases so p(...)

Minister for Communications Richard Bruton, who is publishing the Northside Partnership’s strategy 2019-2023. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

People living in disadvantaged communities often have strengths, skills and talents greater than those of people from more privileged areas, which can(...)

In July, the National Ttransport Authority said financial penalties would be imposed on Go-Ahead. However the authority has since said it is allowing the private operator time to “bed in” and would not fine the firm. File photograph: Go-Ahead

The National Transport Authority has decided not to fine private bus operator Go-Ahead for failures in adequately delivering some Dublin services in o(...)

Dr Gil Botvin with sixth class pupils in St Michael’s Primary School, Ballyfermot, to see the implementation of his Botvin LifeSkills programme. Photograph:  Crispin Rodwell

A schools-based programme, operating in one of the most disadvantaged areas in the State, is teaching children to make good decisions, cope with stres(...)

Suzanne Connolly of Barnardos said: ‘The Government can use Budget 2020 to make a start by making school books free for every child in primary school.’ Photograph: iStock

Government must ensure all children receive a hot meal a day, free school books at primary level and the opportunity to have a hobby, according to the(...)

Ashbourne Educate Together National School was able to open its doors for the school year only on Monday.

Eighty children, due to start school last Monday, have had the beginning of their school year postponed again following delays in their school buildin(...)

The suicide rate has fallen to its lowest level this century, though an unknown number of cases go unreported, according to a new report. Provisional(...)

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