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Tuesday 7 February 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# Eviction

All time
Column: Ignore the conspiracy theories - the household charge must be paid
There is an increasing amount of gibberish masquerading as legal fact about things like the household charge, writes Fergal Crehan. It’s dangerous and it needs to end.
# unoccupy
Occupy London protesters evicted from camp at St Paul's Cathedral
Around 20 people were arrested during the dismantling of the camp which began just after midnight last night.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
Your nightly news round-up of the day’s biggest stories…
# Stopped the Sheriff
I stopped the sheriff: Activists prevent eviction of man from Laois home
Independent TD Joan Collins was among a group of activists that stopped the attempted eviction of a man from his home in Laois yesterday.
# ungrateful kid
US man tries to evict 98-year-old mother on her birthday
The 71-year-old son says that his mother should be with people of her own age. Harsh.
# Defence Forces
Dept of Defence to move on 'overholders' in Irish barracks
Many of the people living in barracks who are “overholders” will be moved on, Minister Alan Shatter has said. He also noted that people living in Defence Forces accommodation are not liable for the household charge.
# Royal Mess
Norfolk football team faces eviction 21 years after death of King Olav
What in the name of Thor does King Olav the fifth of Norway have to do with little old Cromer Town FC? I hear you ask. Well, gather close.
# Occupy Dame Street
Occupy Dame Street protesters warned of legal action
The protest group says they have been advised that the Central Bank will seek a High Court injunction against their encampment tomorrow.
# dale farm
Remaining Dale Farm residents and supporters leave site peacefully
The walkout was in sharp contrast to the violent scenes at the UK’s largest illegal camp site yesterday.
# dale farm
Photos, video: Clashes at early morning Dale Farm evictions
Bailiffs and riot police arrived at the site in Essex earlier this morning to begin the planned eviction.
# dale farm
Police and protesters clash as evictions begin at Dale Farm
Supporters of the Irish travellers have clashed with police as a caravan has been set alight on the site.
# shebeen chic
Shebeen Chic staff to stage 'lock-in' protest over closure
Staff at the George’s St pub are to keep their regular opening hours but sleep, shower and eat in the premises in order to prevent it being closed before 31 January. A high court eviction order has been served on the tenants.
# Dale Farm Travellers
UN calls for eviction of Dale Farm travellers to be suspended
The call was made as Dale Farm supporters and residents plan events in the coming days to protest against the eviction of hundreds of Irish travellers.
# Dale Farm Travellers
London court rules Dale Farm eviction can proceed
More than 300 Irish Travellers had sought an injunction against Basildon Council’s efforts to evict them from their homes in Essex, England.
# Travellers
Essex Traveller evictions 'could breach human rights'
The United Nations has raised concerns as a local council plans to evict the Travellers from one of the largest sites in Essex.
# Too Damn Low
The Rent is Too Damn High candidate faces eviction
Jimmy McMillan, who plans to run in the US presidential election next year, is lodging a $70,000 counter-claim against his landlord.
Shatter announces review of 'ancient' landlord and tenant laws
The Justice Minister launches a review to current laws, but the review will not include proposals on upward-only rents.
# Haiti
Haitian quake victims 'forced out of camps' by landowners
The owners of land used as emergency refuge camps are evicting refugees, looking to get their land back.