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Wednesday 6 December 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# nowhere to go

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'I don't want to spend Christmas in a hotel': Family facing homelessness over inability to find new home
‘Elaine’ told RTÉ that she has refused to leave her home despite being ordered to by 7 September.
Nine-year-old boy in care moved five different times in 13 days
“His experience in care is augmenting his experience of harm that brought him into care,” the judge said.
'You will need to check out by 4pm': Grenfell Tower survivors given hours' notice to leave hotel
Survivors were left unsure of where they were going to go next, after the letter from the local council.
Plight of teenager left 'lying in hospital' for weeks brought to High Court
There is no suitable placement for the teenager, who has a history of self harm.
West Cork islanders left stranded for two days after cable car service was suspended
Cork County Council has apologised to the islanders for “any inconvenience caused”.
'I have never seen anything like this': Homelessness in Galway hits crisis point
More and more families are presenting as homeless in Galway, where no social housing has been built since 2009.
Across the US, more and more cities are passing laws to criminalise being homeless
A new report singled out cities Hawaii, Texas and Washington for their approach to homelessness.
'It is devastating': Residents of Dublin estate facing 'mass eviction'
Tyrrelstown residents are set to meet at 8pm this evening to discuss their situation.
'The arts are victims of Dublin's economic recovery': Block T is forced to relocate
The arts collective are faced with leaving Smithfield due to rising rents.
'I’m going to have surgery, then I start chemo, then I’ll be homeless'
Aisling is trying to find a place for her and her children to live before she begins treatment.
"We're at the end of our tether" - Labour can't make this Senator leave his office
James Heffernan had his belongings packed up by former Labour colleague John Gilroy recently. But he’s not budging.
This senator has been kicked out of his office by his former Labour colleague
James Heffernan is searching for new office space after his belongings were packed up by John Gilroy.
Opinion: 'When bombing gets close my family come to me... they think I can protect them'
As conflict continues in the Gaza strip, a human rights worker describes the terror of living through the bombardment.