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From TheJournal.ie Waterford is - slowly, very slowly - pulling itself out of recession My Hometown

Waterford is - slowly, very slowly - pulling itself out of recession

Nicky Ryan took a trip back to the Déise to see how Ireland’s oldest city was faring ahead of the general election.

From TheJournal.ie 'Sick and tired': Death from a thousand cuts in Dublin Bay North My Hometown

'Sick and tired': Death from a thousand cuts in Dublin Bay North

Ronan Duffy finds his home constituency squeezed on all sides by stressed services and families labouring under extra charges.

From TheJournal.ie Donegal: a 'forgotten' county or one with renewed community spirit? My Hometown

Donegal: a 'forgotten' county or one with renewed community spirit?

Michael Sheils McNamee examines the disconnect between the nation’s perception of ‘poor’ Donegal – and how it views itself.

From TheJournal.ie Beautiful Bray and the demise of the Irish main street My Hometown

Beautiful Bray and the demise of the Irish main street

Christina Finn lived and worked as a journalist in the Co Wicklow town when housing and homelessness were big concerns. Are they still?

From TheJournal.ie Planning 'neglect' has made Drogheda a town that has lost its 'heart' My Hometown

Planning 'neglect' has made Drogheda a town that has lost its 'heart'

Cliodhna Russell hears from business owners worried about their very survival.

From TheJournal.ie The Co Sligo village where self-help is the path to growth My Hometown This post contains videos

The Co Sligo village where self-help is the path to growth

Órla Ryan finds some traces of recovery in a rural area long used to battling on by itself.

From TheJournal.ie Housing crisis and hot meals: Cork still feeling the crisis My Hometown

Housing crisis and hot meals: Cork still feeling the crisis

Aoife Barry finds our second city getting a makeover – but that renovation doesn’t affect many of its citizens.