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Tuesday 6 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Donaghmede

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# Priory Hall
Minister for Environment refuses to meet Priory Hall residents
Phil Hogan said that he “cannot interfere in individual cases”, despite the ongoing uncertainty for former residents of the Dublin apartment complex.
# Courts
Priory Hall developer granted stay on three-month sentence
The High Court had jailed and fined Thomas McFeely over his failure to carry out urgent remedial works on the Donaghmede apartment complex but he won a reprieve against the sentence.
# Courts
City council to appeal Priory Hall court order
Dublin City Council is to appeal an order forcing it to pay for alternative accommodation for the residents of the Priory Hall complex.
# Priory Hall
"No easy solutions" to Priory Hall, city manager warns
Dublin City Council is currently paying for the temporary accommodation of the evicted residents – but for how much longer?
# Priory Hall
High Court removes developer from Priory Hall
Despite the Court ordering Tom McFeely off the site, residents of the complex are still unsure about when and how the necessary works will be carried out.
# Fire
Gardaí investigate fire close to Priory Hall apartment complex
Two houses near to the recently evacuated Priory Hall apartment complex in Donaghmede were damaged in a fire last night.
# Safe and well
Missing 13-year-old Patrick Quaid found safe and well
The Dublin teenager was located last night after an appeal by gardaí.
# Missing
Gardaí issue appeal to help finding missing Patrick, 13
Patrick Quaide, 13, has been missing from the Coolock-Donaghmede area since yesterday. He was wearing his school uniform.
# Priory Hall
In pictures: Families pack their belongings at Priory Hall
Residents of the Dublin apartments began their evacuation today after being ordered to leave.
# Water
Water supply disruptions in 40,000 Dublin homes
Disruptions in the water supply at homes across Dublin began at 6am this morning and will continue until midnight on Sunday due to essential works.
# Shooting
Man in 30s killed in lunchtime Clongriffin shooting
A man is fatally injured in a shooting at Marsfield Avenue in Clongriffin; Gardaí have appealed for witnesses.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Friday
In the Friday Fix: Report into Air France crash released, heartbreaking scenes as Dublin autism school shuts, Trinity College chief is an Anchorman fan… and has Microsoft ‘leaked’ an anti-Google video?