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The Daily Fix: Friday
Your essential evening round-up of the day’s biggest news, plus the bits and pieces you may have missed.
VIDEO: Dublin Sheriff's office occupied in protest at Killiney eviction
The protesters are demonstrating against the eviction of Brendan and Asta Kelly from their home in Killiney yesterday.
Listen: 'The bailiffs are here trying to break in the door of my house right now'
Brendan Kelly spoke to Spin 1038 in the minutes before bailiffs forced him and his wife from their Killiney home.
Troika turned down suggestion of meeting with Oireachtas committee - Noonan
Michael Noonan says he suggested that the Troika meet with an all-party committee, but that the inspectors rejected the idea.
Troika discouraged from opposition meetings by May referendum, says ECB
The Troika will not be meeting opposition parties during their latest visit to Ireland – despite doing so during previous reviews.
Credit guarantee bill welcomed
The scheme, which provides credit to job-creating SMEs struggling to get finance, was welcomed by a number of groups and described as “long-awaited” and good for small businesses.
Concern growing over future of Galway Airport
Labour TD says that the AG and Dept of Finance are looking into a recent banking decision which could seriously impact on the airport’s ability to operate.
Past deadline: Spurs snap up Ryan Nelson from Rovers
Nothing can stop Harry Redknapp signing players, it’s a compulsion.
Keane to get started: Robbie ready for Villa debut against Everton
FIFA have signed off Robbie Keane’s six-week loan move to Aston Villa, freeing the striker to make his debut for the club tomorrow.
Robbie's return: Villa confirm Keane loan deal
“There has been a lot of speculation over the years linking my name to Villa and, finally, I’m here.”
True blue: Donovan lands to give Everton a dig-out
Everton have confirmed that US international Landon Donovan will return to the club on a two-month loan.
Two giant pandas from China land in Scotland
The Scottish government has said the loan of the pandas symbolises a “growing friendship” between Scotland and China.
Greek bailout deal threatened by Finnish collateral agreement
Under the collateral clause, Greece will pay hundreds of millions of euros to a Finnish account to generate interest to cover Finland’s bailout contribution.
Keogh returns to Leeds on loan
Wolves man will ply his trade at Elland Road until January at least.
Poll: Are you happy with the new Eurozone deal?
Ireland is set to save between €600-€800m on its loans – does this go far enough?
Loan approval rates nearly halved in three years - CSO
90 per cent of all business loan applications were approved in 2007, but only 50 per cent were given the thumbs-up by 2010.