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# Ghost estate

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Fine Gael are using ghost estates on their posters, but little has been done to stop it happening again
Who was to blame for these eyesores, asks Frank Armstrong, part of the Nama to Nature campaign.
24 families to be housed in Cork ghost estate
The homes in Bandon are a mix of two, three and four-bedroom houses with gardens.
It was 30 years ago today: 13 haunting pictures from 1984's Winter Olympics venues
The Sarajevo Olympic park is being reclaimed by nature.
"Our citizens were failed": President welcomes Priory Hall residents to Áras
President Michael D Higgins said he hoped they could look forward to a new year in which they could “move out of the shadows of anxiety, hurt and disappointment and look forward to new possibilities”.
11 reasons why you should be watching Deception
Based on episode 2 of TV3′s insane new drama.
Number of workplace deaths in 2012 down by 13 per cent
47 people sustained fatal workplace injuries in 2012, down from 54 the previous year; farming is the most dangerous profession.
Noonan says pyrite homes will be exempt from property tax
Noonan said the government is aware of the “very real cost and difficulties” faced by people whose homes are affected.
Fine Gael TD calls for clarification on property tax for pyrite homes
Meanwhile, as he approaches his second Christmas in temporary accommodation, Priory Hall resident Liam Boland said he would refuse to pay.
Carlow estate to become first Nama social housing project
Fifty-five houses in the Oakley Wood estate in Tullow have been purchased by housing association Respond.
NAMA says it will give 2,000 homes for social housing. So far: there's just 58
NAMA had planned to fill 2000 homes by the end of 2012.
Progress being made on ghost estates
Minister Jan O’Sullivan said today that some estates are finished and hundreds more are being worked on – but some will have to be demolished.