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05/05/2016

Work is to start on one of Northern Ireland's largest housing development schemes in Co Antrim. The £350 million project at Readers Park in Ballyclare is also expected to create around 600 jobs. The Neptune Group acquired the 165-acre site last year. Outline planning permission for the 1,800 home
05/05/2016

Fianna Fail and Fine Gael have been slammed for failing to address climate change in their agreement. The Green Party said "it is unbelievable that the document setting out the agreement between Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil makes absolutely no reference to climate change". Party Leader Eamon Ryan sai
05/05/2016

The Mercy Law Resource Centre has published a report calling for the right to housing in the Constitution. A Constitutional right to housing would however put in place a basic floor of protection, according to the report. Sinn Féin TD for Dublin Mid-West Eoin Ó Broin welcomed the report and said i
05/05/2016

A Sinn Fein MEP is to appeal a Freedom of Information (FOI) request which was refused by Irish Water. Lynn Boylan MEP said the firm turned down the request because it believes its legal advice is exempt from the FOI Act. She said: "Irish Water recently commissioned and paid for legal advice which
04/05/2016

Two housing associations in Northern Ireland are to merge, it has been announced. The merger, between Helm and Fold Housing Associations, is subject to final approval in September 2016. The new organisation is expected to be in place by early 2017. Liz Cuddy from Helm Housing Association said: "T
04/05/2016

Plans to develop a new National Maternity Hospital in Ireland have been delayed. The Labour Party has called on the Minister for Health to "intervene immediately" over the location of the new hospital. Senator Kevin Humphreys said the delays are "totally unacceptable". He said: "The dispute betwe
04/05/2016

Around 2,800 people died last year from medical conditions linked to fuel poverty, according to Sinn Féin. TD Seán Crowe has called on the outgoing government to once again review the fuel allowance, which ended on 01 April. Deputy Crowe said: "There are between 200,000 and 400,000 households in
04/05/2016

A college in Galway has been named the Secondary Water School of the Year at the Green-Schools Water Awards. Seamount College in Kinvara won the title and Greystones Educate Together National School in Wicklow was announced as the national Primary School of the Year. The awards are recognised for
04/05/2016

Fine Gael and Fianna Fail have been accused of providing "vague proposals" over the housing and homeless crisis. Sinn Féin TD for Dublin Mid-West Eoin Ó Broin said the two parties' agreement on housing is "not sufficient" to deal with the current crisis". Deputy Ó Broin said called on the parties
04/05/2016

Residents from Northern Ireland who are working in the South of Ireland are being refused mortgages, Sinn Fein has claimed. MEP Martina Anderson said residents are being declined due to aspects of the new Mortgage Credit Directive. She said: "The directive has introduced a new category of 'foreign
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