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From TheJournal.ie For Dolphin House residents, concerns over ‘inhumane’ conditions continue Dolphin House

For Dolphin House residents, concerns over ‘inhumane’ conditions continue

For Linda Burnett-Bowdler, the ongoing problems with damp and mould at the housing complex in south Dublin have taken their toll on her and her family.

From TheJournal.ie Census 2011: Fall in number of Travellers living in mobile homes Census 2011

Census 2011: Fall in number of Travellers living in mobile homes

The Census 2011 gives a fascinating snapshot into the life of Travellers in Ireland. It shows they are younger as a population, and are more likely to be married between the ages of 15 -24 than the rest of the population.

From The42 Want €25 accommodation at Euro 2012? Check out the FanCamps... Euro 2012

Want €25 accommodation at Euro 2012? Check out the FanCamps...

You Boys in Green, the Republic of Ireland supporters club, have negotiated a discounted rate at the Carlsberg FanCamps in Poznan and Gdansk.

From TheJournal.ie TD calls for NAMA to release housing to domestic abuse victims Domestic Violence

TD calls for NAMA to release housing to domestic abuse victims

Mary Mitchell O’Connor said that NAMA has a social objective that goes beyond its commercial remit.

From TheJournal.ie Joan Burton says rent supplement review a "positive" move Rental Supplement

Joan Burton says rent supplement review a "positive" move

Social Protection Minister says December review of rent supplement payments – which cost the State €503m in 2011 – was vital to reflect real rental prices but that ‘no-one will be left homeless’ by changes.

From TheJournal.ie Number of available rental properties hits three-year low Property

Number of available rental properties hits three-year low

Quarterly report from Daft.ie also shows that average rental asking price on largest property website fell slightly over course of 2011 – but is increasing in Cork.

From TheJournal.ie Priory Hall residents: Ours will just be the first case of many Priory Hall

Priory Hall residents: Ours will just be the first case of many

Evacuated residents fear that Dublin City Council will also win their challenge not to pay for their temporary housing costs from 3 February.

From TheJournal.ie Priory Hall residents ask Taoiseach to intervene Priory Hall

Priory Hall residents ask Taoiseach to intervene

Emails show that Taoiseach says he will pass matter onto Phil Hogan – but Minister Hogan won’t meet with residents.

From TheJournal.ie Rents rise across Ireland for first time since 2008 Daft.ie

Rents rise across Ireland for first time since 2008

The latest Daft.ie quarterly report on rent prices shows continuing divergence between the demand for accommodation in rural and urban areas.

From TheJournal.ie NAMA suggests 332 apartments to be used for Priory Hall residents Priory Hall

NAMA suggests 332 apartments to be used for Priory Hall residents

NAMA hands handed over a list of properties which could be used to house residents, and will cover the cost of completion works.

Have a sleepover with the Brogan brothers. No, really. Decksy Midnight Brothers This post contains videos This post contains images

Have a sleepover with the Brogan brothers. No, really.

Dubs stars take to the decks at sleepover to launch new hostel in Smithfield.

From TheJournal.ie Homeless charity warns of 'tsunami' of demand Homeless

Homeless charity warns of 'tsunami' of demand

Launching its 2010 annual report today, the Dublin Simon Community says it is experiencing a surge in requests for emergency accommodation and sleeping bags.

From TheJournal.ie Average hotel room prices rise 2 per cent Hotels

Average hotel room prices rise 2 per cent

The price rise is the first for Ireland’s hotel industry in three years – but the country still remains the least expensive in western Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Students in sleepout protest over rogue landlords Landlords

Students in sleepout protest over rogue landlords

The USI is highlighting calls for a deposit protection scheme – Housing junior minister Willie Penrose says he is awaiting feedback from the PRTB on the issue.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Do you think Ireland is good value for tourists? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Do you think Ireland is good value for tourists?

A survey has found that while more Irish people still holiday abroad than have a ‘staycation’, most believe that Ireland is increasingly a good-value tourist destination. Do you agree?

From TheJournal.ie Irish find value in 'staycations' since recession Tourism

Irish find value in 'staycations' since recession

A majority of Irish people in holiday survey think that prices have dropped enough in the recession to make Ireland a good-value destination.

From TheJournal.ie Rental prices levelling off across Ireland – report Property

Rental prices levelling off across Ireland – report

The latest Daft.ie report says the average rental price in July 2011 was exactly the same as it was in July 2010.

From TheJournal.ie €813m: Ireland's bill for housing asylum seekers since 2002 Asylum Seekers

€813m: Ireland's bill for housing asylum seekers since 2002

Government figures indicate that the accumulated cost of housing Ireland’s asylum seekers will top €800m this year.

From TheJournal.ie NAMA chief: We're not to blame for cheap hotel rooms Hotels

NAMA chief: We're not to blame for cheap hotel rooms

NAMA’s chairman Frank Daly dismisses criticisms that NAMA’s hotel ownership was forcing down the market prices.

From TheJournal.ie Up to 4,000 Travellers living in 'inadequate' conditions Society

Up to 4,000 Travellers living in 'inadequate' conditions

Thousands of Traveller families are living in “hazardous and deplorable” conditions throughout the country – despite agreement by local authorities to arrange suitable accommodation.

From TheJournal.ie Tenants' problems increasing despite €500m spent on rent supplement Illegal Evictions

Tenants' problems increasing despite €500m spent on rent supplement

The rental sector has taken the place of social housing for those in need – but standards are slipping to unacceptable levels, says the national housing organisation.