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Last year
Malahide pubs face licence challenge over 'nuisance’ outdoor serving
The case is listed again for mention on 8 December.
Clare GAA order replay over penalty shootout controversy
Kildysart initially won the quarter-final on penalties.
All time
Four residents put brakes on Tayto Park plans for €14 million rollercoaster
The appeal now threatens the Tayto Park timeline to have the roller-coaster constructed and open to visitors by 2021.
Community outraged after fast food restaurant gets planning permission 300m from school
The proposed restaurant will also be adjacent to a Montessori.
Broadcaster Pat Kenny objects to apartment block plan beside Dalkey home
In their objection, the Kennys says that the 19-apartment-block development would “detrimentally impact” their home.
U2 visitor centre not the sweetest thing for dockland residents
63 residents from Hanover Quay have made objections over concerns the centre will have a ‘devastating impact’ on the Docklands
Objections made against plan for 12-storey hotel tower in Cork city centre
The four-star hotel would have 193 rooms.
Sky has cancelled *that* Michael Jackson episode starring Joseph Fiennes
How inevitable.
Poll: Is Ireland right to introduce health warnings on alcohol products?
11 EU countries have cried foul at the previous government’s plans to introduce five separate health warnings on alcohol bottles.
Hundreds sign petition protesting against fox-hunting internship on JobBridge
The petition was started by the Irish Council Against Bloodsports.
Camden Street residents are objecting to plans for a new Wetherspoons 'super pub'
A planning application to develop a new pub and restaurant has been met with a number objections from local residents.
Fully-qualified solicitors doing a JobBridge? It's 'a joke'
Not everyone is happy about the situation.
Burger Wars - McDonald's have now officially objected to Supermac's Australian project
The two franchises are at trademark loggerheads over the Irish fast food retailer’s name
Ireland's largest mosque gets planning permission
The mosque will be built in Clongriffin, County Dublin and will cater for up to 3,000 people.
Carlow club Fighting Cocks protest against championship revamp
The GAA club of Leinster rugby star Sean O’Brien, who was a selector with their intermediate football team this year, have hit out against their county board.
Labour TD votes against renewing bank guarantee scheme
Tommy Broughan has been expelled from the Labour parliamentary party after he voted against extending the controversial bank guarantee scheme.