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# good-information-project - Friday 3 September, 2021

Open Newsroom: Everything you want to know about space with Leo Enright
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# Lunchtime Live

Open Newsroom: Everything you want to know about space with Leo Enright

Updated Sep 3rd 2021, 4:00 PM 7,159 Views 0 Comments

Space commentator Leo Enright joins us to answer your questions and to discuss Ireland’s place in space.

# good-information-project - Thursday 29 July, 2021

'There might be a tightening of the belt': What's the future for Ireland's public transport post-Covid?
# Public Transport
# Public Transport

'There might be a tightening of the belt': What's the future for Ireland's public transport post-Covid?

Jul 29th 2021, 8:00 PM 12,041 Views 2 Comments

With fewer people commuting to work, how will public transport finances and services look in future?

# good-information-project - Saturday 10 July, 2021

From Affordable Housing to Vulture Funds: An A-Z(ish) of Ireland's housing crisis
# Glossary
# Glossary

From Affordable Housing to Vulture Funds: An A-Z(ish) of Ireland's housing crisis

Jul 10th 2021, 7:30 AM 12,107 Views 15 Comments

As part of The Good Information Project we’ve demystified some of the commonly-used terms about housing in Ireland.

# good-information-project - Monday 21 June, 2021

'It's a dumping ground': Minister set to meet council over future of Oscar Traynor lands
# Good Information Project
# Good Information Project

'It's a dumping ground': Minister set to meet council over future of Oscar Traynor lands

Jun 21st 2021, 12:05 AM 22,542 Views 7 Comments

Councillors have accused the Housing Department of stalling tactics over new proposals.

# good-information-project - Thursday 17 June, 2021

Join us tonight for a panel discussion on solutions to the housing crisis
# Good Information Project
# Good Information Project

Join us tonight for a panel discussion on solutions to the housing crisis

Updated Jun 17th 2021, 5:30 PM 13,008 Views 27 Comments

The panel will be hosted by reporter Cónal Thomas and kicks off at 7pm.

# good-information-project - Wednesday 16 June, 2021

House prices continue to rise with 4.5% annual increase in April - CSO
# CSO
# CSO

House prices continue to rise with 4.5% annual increase in April - CSO

Jun 16th 2021, 5:11 PM 12,015 Views 15 Comments

As demand in the housing market continues to grow prices rose in Dublin by 3.5% and by 5.4% outside of Dublin.

'Business as usual' as 1,100 households given eviction notices since August
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

'Business as usual' as 1,100 households given eviction notices since August

Jun 16th 2021, 11:49 AM 11,247 Views 14 Comments

Sinn Féin housing spokesperson Eoin O’Broin said the gradual increase in termination notices since January is “worrying”.

# good-information-project - Wednesday 9 June, 2021

Poll: Which political party do you trust most to deliver on housing?
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

Poll: Which political party do you trust most to deliver on housing?

Jun 9th 2021, 8:00 PM 54,434 Views 116 Comments

As the country emerges from the pandemic, housing is once again the core issue facing the electorate.

'It's not affordable if they cost €600,000': questions over house prices at 'new suburb' in Poolbeg
# Good Information Project
# Good Information Project

'It's not affordable if they cost €600,000': questions over house prices at 'new suburb' in Poolbeg

Jun 9th 2021, 12:05 AM 33,166 Views 34 Comments

# good-information-project - Tuesday 8 June, 2021

A constitutional right to housing has expressive value but would it force government to act?
# Good Information Project
# Good Information Project

A constitutional right to housing has expressive value but would it force government to act?

Jun 8th 2021, 8:00 AM 12,281 Views 45 Comments
  • On Friday Fianna Fáil senators brought forward a private members’ motion to amend the constitution "to ensure that every citizen has the right to housing."
  • More than six out of 10 Irish people believe the right to housing should be enshrined in the Constitution.
  • But is it a replacement for aggressive legislative action?
Ireland's housing crisis: The problems, the solutions and the human cost
# Good Information Project
# Good Information Project

Ireland's housing crisis: The problems, the solutions and the human cost

Jun 8th 2021, 12:10 AM 27,435 Views 68 Comments

The next part of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at the core issues at the heart of Ireland’s housing crisis.

# good-information-project - Tuesday 11 May, 2021

Ireland-China relations: Where are we now and where is it going?
# Good Information Project
# Good Information Project

Ireland-China relations: Where are we now and where is it going?

May 11th 2021, 9:00 PM 16,449 Views 45 Comments

The next part of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at Ireland’s relationship with China.

# good-information-project - Saturday 8 May, 2021

A tale of two lockdowns: how working life changed during the pandemic
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

A tale of two lockdowns: how working life changed during the pandemic

May 8th 2021, 7:30 AM 9,288 Views 2 Comments

We spoke to two people with very different experiences of the pandemic. A delivery rider who has had a long winter on the streets of Dublin city centre, and a businessman who has changed his priorities.

# good-information-project - Monday 12 April, 2021

The way we work has changed dramatically in the last year - but what will it look like after Covid?
# The Good Information Project
# The Good Information Project

The way we work has changed dramatically in the last year - but what will it look like after Covid?

Apr 12th 2021, 9:00 PM 12,561 Views 12 Comments

The next part of The Good Information Project from The Journal will look at the working week after Covid-19.