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Residents of the Priory Hall apartment complex in north Dublin braved the bitter cold last night to hold a vigil outside homes they cannot safely enter for a second Christmas. Their properties were abandoned on October 14th last year after … Continue reading
By Namawinelake There might be some raised eyebrows at the speed with which Paddy McKillen’s case against NAMA has been dealt with. To remind ourselves, here are the key milestones 1st July, 2010 – Paddy McKillen submits application to Ireland’s … Continue reading
By Dearbhail McDonald and Tim Healy Tuesday February 01 2011 THE taxpayer is picking up Ivor Callely‘s legal bill of more than €100,000 — dwarfing the €81,000 travel expenses claim that led to his suspension from the Seanad. Mr Callely, … Continue reading
Is it right that the State must pay 5.8% on bailout funds whilst NAMA is lending billions to developers at 3%?
By namawinelake Whilst Minister for Finance, Brian Lenihan continues to exhibit signs of schizophrenia with his stance on the cost of our bailout funds from the EU/IMF (5.8-6%), telling Opposition politicians only last week that it was not possible to … Continue reading
The seven companies, Vantive Holdings, Morston Investments, Villeer Developments, Paytor Developments, Carragh Enterprises, Parlez International and Royceton controlled by developer Liam Carroll, that had a second application for High Court protection refused last week are now going to appeal … Continue reading