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Monday 5 June 2023 Dublin: 17°C

# Mosney

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# Refugees
Justice Minister welcomes 50 Syrians at Mosney following arrival at Dublin Airport
The families have been resettled in Ireland under the Irish Refugee Protection Programme.
# Drogheda
'A tense situation': Mosney Direct Provision residents stage protest over issues at centre
Residents started protesting at 7am this morning.
# Mosney
Payments to private Direct Provision firms rise to €72m after 18% increase in asylum seekers
The firm that operates the Direct Provision centre in Mosney, Co Meath received the highest payment of €8.69 million.
# Asylum Seekers
'After the second attack he became antisocial, children in Direct Provision are targeted'
Parents talk to us about why they are seeking asylum in Ireland and the impact of raising a family in an institutionalised setting.
# Meath
Gorse fires blaze at Mosney as fire brigade warns public to be careful
Dublin Fire Brigade and Louth Fire Service both were called into fight yesterday’s fire.
# like a prison
'It's like Long Kesh without the watchtowers': Gerry Adams on Mosney direct provision centre
The Sinn Féín leader has urged the Government to improve conditions at the facility.
# tunnel of goats
Feeling nostalgic? Take a look back at how Ireland used to do holiday camps
Be warned – you may experience a rash from hearing “The Land of Make Believe”.
# direct provision
'I don’t know how to be happy': Asylum seekers speak out about their experiences in Ireland
A new documentary marks the first time a camera crew has gained access to a Direct Provision Centre.
# Winning
The 13 greatest childhood victories you ever experienced
From winning Monopoly to solid chocolate Kit Kats…
# Asylum Seekers
€813m: Ireland's bill for housing asylum seekers since 2002
Government figures indicate that the accumulated cost of housing Ireland’s asylum seekers will top €800m this year.