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Noeline Blackwell, outgoing Director General of the independent law centre FLAC, says the civil aid scheme isn't fit for purpose and should be restructured
The Cabinet is meeting later today to discuss proposals to help the tens of thousands of people with mortgage arrears or facing repossession A statement is expected later today with major changes ...
No jail, but the Government has ways of making you pay water and other bills. To discuss new legislation on non-payment of Irish Water fees/charges Stuart Duffin, Onefamily.ie, Director of Policy ...
Paul Joyce, FLAC's Senior Policy Analyst, discusses a new policy paper which claims repossessions will rise unless the government takes a different approach to mortgage arrears
The controversial insolvency laws which took two years to devise are in for an overhaul. A new protocol is being devised which will attempt to make the process easier to ...
In his television address at the weekend to mark the end of the bailout programme the Taoiseach Enda Kenny said banks must do more to deal with (those in) mortgage ...
Last week brought news of a clean exit from the bailout and talk of renewed economic confidence in the country going forward...but for many individuals and families, the legacy of ...
The open-air concert A Nation's Voice, featuring the choral work 'One Hundred Years a Nation', that took place at Collins Barracks in March 2016.
The John Creedon Show
Dave Fanning's Story of Irish Rock
Today with Sean O'Rourke
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News At One
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Mooney Goes Wild
A Guide to Political Satire
Brendan Cox, husband to murdered MP Jo Cox