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# mica

This week
9th June 2024 - 14th June 2024
100% Redress: Single-issue party discuss possible Dáil campaign after claiming four council seats in Donegal
Three candidates from party campaigning for Mica redress elected in Donegal
Last week
2nd June 2024 - 8th June 2024
Party campaigning for Mica redress running six candidates in Donegal local elections
This year
2024
European Parliament backs call for 'improved' mica scheme
Families affected by the mica scandal escalate crisis to European Commission
European Parliament report says mica redress scheme needs to be improved and red tape reduced
Last year
2023
Delegation from the European Parliament arrives in Ireland to investigate the Mica scandal
100% Redress Party given green light to run candidates in elections
Mica redress concrete levy to get amendment excluding precast products
All time
Donegal County Council meeting adjourned to address Mica redress protest outside
Committee to be told concrete levy will add €1,200 to cost of the 'most common house types'
Concrete levy budget climbdown as tax reduced to 5% and pushed out to September
Poll: Do you support the new concrete block levy?
10% levy on concrete blocks to help fund mica and pyrite redress schemes
Builders' levy should help pay for works on thousands of defective apartments, says Bacik
Mica action groups declare intent to set up political party
Mica homeowners made to feel like 'chancers', committee hears
There will be no cap on the number of Ukrainian refugees Ireland takes in, says minister
Government expands mica scheme to include homeowners in Clare and Limerick
Mica homeowner group welcomes new report on costings for grant scheme
'The anxiety was unbelievable': Mica homeowners feared for their safety during Storm Franklin
Mica: How a campaign started around a Donegal kitchen table captured the nation's attention
Housing shortages will increase challenges with mica redress scheme, Taoiseach says
Mica campaigners in discussions to form new political party
Mica campaigners say average homeowner will have to pay €65,000 under redress scheme
Mica redress: Package for homeowners capped at €420,000 in €2.2 billion scheme
New mica redress scheme 'falls way short of the mark once again', campaigners say
Mica redress decision to come before Cabinet ‘soon’, says McConalogue
Tax or levy to pay for new Mica redress scheme under consideration by government
Children protest outside Dáil calling for 100% Mica redress scheme
Mica protesters vow to continue demonstrations if 100% redress demands not met
'It’s mental torture': Thousands expected at mica rally as homeowners take long road to Dublin
Mica redress package will be 'one of the biggest ever announced in relation to anything'
Decision on mica scheme may not be made by end of October, junior minister says
Mica-affected homeowner: As a homebuyer in Ireland, you have few rights
Lisa Hone
'Not what we signed off on': Mica campaigners unhappy with redress report
Explainer: Mica, crumbling blocks and the campaign for 100% redress
'O'Brien needs to get his act together' say Mica protesters outside Leinster House today
Minister for Housing meets with Mica residents to discuss working group report
Darragh O’Brien says ‘nothing is off the table’ on mica redress scheme