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Monday 20 March 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Grangegorman

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# Grangegorman
TU Dublin working to identify space for changing rooms on new campus after complaints from students
Culinary Arts students had complained that it was unsanitary for them to change in corridors or public toilets for classes in kitchens.
# Coronavirus
Another Dublin construction site has closed due to a case of Covid-19
The latest site is the East Quad site in Grangegorman.
# story of my bar
'Everyone advised us to be subtle. We ignored them': The unlikely rise of The Barbers Bar
Want a pint and a haircut? That’s fine. Just a pint? That’s fine too.
# Property Prices
Here's the latest on house prices in Grangegorman in 2018
The figures from
# neighbourhood guide
Your guide to Grangegorman: Historic area centred on an impressive new campus
An old area that is coming to life (again).
# A different way
The short history of squatting in Dublin: Rejecting consumerism and being 'a bit punk'
Fiachradh McDermott examines the first squat in Arran Quay through to Grangegorman.
# Convicted
Serial killer Mark Nash loses appeal for damages
His lawyers claimed his human rights were breached by a delay in prosecuting him for the Grangegorman murders in 1997.
# debtors' prison
“This makes us homeless" - Tough choices lie ahead for squatters in abandoned Dublin prison
Squatters at the Debtors’ Prison could face a real jail over disobeying a court order to leave the premises.
# Courts
Serial killer Mark Nash seeks Supreme Court damages over alleged delay in his own prosecution
Nash is currently serving a life sentence for the murders of two women in Grangegorman, Dublin, in 1997
# shall not be moved
The Grangegorman squatters have no intention of moving...
A High Court order has been passed for the arrest of those who remain, but they intend to appeal.
# community
Squatters have another week in the derelict Grangegorman complex
The group occupying the site say they have come to a loose agreement with receivers to let them stay another week while they try to come up with a solution.
# dna breakthrough
Pictured: Mark Nash - and the jacket that helped convict him - hours before brutal murders
Nash was sentenced to life in prison for the Grangegorman killings.
# Cold Case
Mark Nash sentenced to life for the brutal murder of two women at Grangegorman
The mutilated bodies of the two women were found in their sheltered accommodation nearly 20 years ago.
# Blowout
There's a 'resistance party' in Grangegorman tonight after squatters are given six weeks to leave
The High Court has ordered them out before 4 May.
# news wrap
Today's top stories in 6 seconds
Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.
# Housing Crisis
'Squatting makes sense': Take a look inside the Grangegorman complex
Squatters have defended their occupation of the site, saying it provides a home for many young people and services for the community.
# news wrap
Today's top stories in 6 seconds
Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.
# won't be moved
Grangegorman squatters welcome "victory" as they resist eviction
They said they are prepared to resist again if security attempt to occupy it.
# Grangegorman
Dublin squatters remain at property after day-long standoff
Residents say about 30 people live at the abandoned property.
# get your education on
DIT's new Grangegorman campus opens its doors to 1,000 students this morning
The campus, in Dublin’s north inner city, will eventually be the academic home to 20,000 students.
# Grangegorman
New DIT campus will 'radically change the face of Dublin's north inner city'
Speaking today after visiting the site, junior minister Paschal Donohoe said the development would bring employment into the area and boost the local economy with the custom of 10,000 students.
# Fire Service
Dublin Fire Brigade vehicle was on 20-minute delay to respond to emergency calls
A ‘ladder engine’ based in Tara Street was kept on alert while it was being serviced, meaning it couldn’t respond to call-outs immediately.
# Planning
Proposal to place petrol station next to school rejected by Dublin City Council
Parents and children from Gaelscoil Cholmcille protested outside Dublin City Council over the plan, which was proposed as part of the extension of Dublin’s Luas line.
# health minister
Reilly gets stuck in lift at opening of mental health facility
The Health Minister was stuck in the lift with staff, press photographers and Minister Kathleen Lynch for at least 10 minutes earlier today.
Column: Secrecy has led to shameful practices in Ireland - whistle-blower law is needed now
If the economic downturn has taught us anything, it is the importance of exposing systemic wrong doing, writes Louise Bayliss.
# Mental Health
Grangegorman whistleblower out of work as Irish Advocacy Network hit by funding shortage
Louise Bayliss was “shocked” to hear that the Irish Advocacy Network had no jobs for its trainees but CEO Colette Nolan said funding has got so tight the group is looking for ways to keep the staff it already has.
# Stimulus
New DIT campus at Grangegorman to be part of €2bn stimulus package
Schools, healthcare and roads are also likely to benefit from measures being announced by the government later today.
Approval granted for DIT's Grangegorman development
Project will bring together 20,000 students and staff and the dozens of different DIT colleges together on one campus.
# Whistleblowers
Draft legislation to protect whistleblowers to be published
The proposed legislation would extend protection to public and private sector workers seeking to expose wrongdoing.
Column: Whistleblowers are essential to our society – and I should know
Louise Bayliss was made redundant after publicising the treatment of mental health patients. Following her reinstatement, she argues Ireland has kept secrets for too long.
# Whistleblower
Grangegorman whistleblower Louise Bayliss reinstated by Irish Advocacy Network
Louise Bayliss, who publicised the plight of patients who were to be kept in a locked unit for Christmas, has got her job back.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In tonight’s Fix: State assets, assassinations, apologies, and a glamour model turns to economics…
# Whistleblower
TDs raise concerns over Grangegorman whistleblower's dismissal
Louise Bayliss was dismissed from her job weeks after she highlighted the plight of patients at St Brendan’s Hospital over Christmas.