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# Vacancy

Last week
19th November 2023 - 25th November 2023
'An embarrassment': Opposition parties say Government's vacancy tax ineffective and half-baked
Figures released yesterday show that just 3,000 properties were deemed eligible to pay the vacancy tax.
This year
Who are the leading contenders for the Derry job?
County board are actively recruiting for highly desirable and vacant job.
Derry stand-in manager Ciaran Meenagh confirms he will not continue
Loughmacrory man had been with Oak Leaf footballers since 2019.
National commercial building vacancy rate hits record high of 14.1%
Sligo, Galway and Donegal are the counties with the highest commercial vacancy rates, with the pandemic’s fallout likely to be a factor nationally.
Manager Aidan O'Rourke set to quit Donegal
“Glad to get to the end of the year,” says stand-in manager.
Almost half of objections to Dublin City Council against new land-hoarding tax were successful
The tax is due to come into force next year and will target zoned, serviced residential development lands.
Majority of derelict buildings not currently financially viable for restoration, study finds
The Society Chartered Surveyors of Ireland has said the Government’s grant support for renovations doesn’t go far enough.
Last year
Des Cahill to leave role as host of The Sunday Game after 15 seasons
The presenter will focus on presenting RTÉ Radio’s weekend shows.
Donaghy calls report of imminent Roscommon appointment 'absolute rubbish'
‘WhatsApp rumours are a scary thing,’ he said.
New Vacant Homes Tax targets unoccupied properties but there are some exemptions
It will be charged at three times the rate of the building’s local property tax liability.
'It's not the worst story I've heard about myself' - Richard Dunne on Bohs links
The Gypsies are on the hunt for Keith Long’s successor.
Census shows 166,000 vacant properties in Ireland, with over 48,000 vacant for six years
Vacant property levels have fallen 9% since 2016.
How many vacant properties are there in Ireland? We should get a clear answer in a couple of weeks
Local property tax data will give an up-to-date picture of vacancy rates in Ireland.
No planning permission needed for conversion of vacant pubs into homes, says minister
The government wants to bring greater awareness to planning exemptions that allows for pub conversions.
Aberdeen given permission to speak to St Mirren's Irish boss Jim Goodwin
Goodwin told his club that he was keen to explore what would be a significant opportunity for the Waterford man.
Old schools, cinemas and vacant buildings to be re-vamped into work hubs and community spaces
The aim of the funding is to target dereliction in towns and villages in rural Ireland.
All time
DCC says 'no low hanging fruit' when it comes to vacant houses in the capital
The Deputy Chief Executive of the council says the assumption that there are over 30,000 plus vacant units in Dublin City needs to be diffused.
Paul Doolin leaves role as Athlone Town manager
The former Republic of Ireland U19 boss cited work and family commitments in his decision to step away.
Galway on track on to name new senior hurling boss by next week
The county’s hurling committee are speaking with candidates to succeed Shane O’Neill this week.
Cork the latest county to start searching for a new senior football boss
Ronan McCarthy had been in charge since August 2017.
Who could fill Ivana Bacik's seat in the Seanad following her election to the Dáil?
The Labour Senator has been elected the new TD for Dublin Bay South.
Forest Green owner: Female boss would have made shortlist – if she had applied
The Gloucestershire club confirmed last month they had received applications from men and women for their head coach vacancy.
Rock-bottom Wexford on the hunt for new manager after O'Sullivan leaves 'by mutual consent'
The Ferrycarrig Park outfit have endured a torrid start to the First Division season.
Brian Barry-Murphy the favourite to succeed Simon Grayson as manager of League One side
The 41-year-old Corkman is currently in charge at Rochdale.
Paul Dean steps down as Ireland rugby team manager
The former Ireland international spent three seasons in the position having succeeded Mick Kearney in 2016.
Players to have say in hunt for Galway manager as Forde and Larkin turn down job
Galway hurling board chairman Michael Larkin confirmed that the players’ leadership group would be consulted during the process.
Clare hurling manager saga drags on as new candidates are invited to apply
A new boss was expected to be ratified at tonight’s county board meeting.
No decision made yet on Cork managerial vacancy amid speculation of Fitzgerald U-turn
The senior management team has not been discussed yet, Cork LGFA told The42.
Rafa Benitez to leave Newcastle as talks over new contract collapse
The Spaniard had been in charge at St James’ Park for three years.
Fogarty 'in conversations' with IRFU over Ireland scrum coach job
The Leinster coach has been heavily linked with the role on Andy Farrell’s backroom team, but insists nothing has been signed yet.
'I'm very concentrated on the game': Rodgers committed to Celtic amid Leicester links
Despite suggestions he is the subject of interest from the Foxes, Brendan Rodgers is focused on the job at hand.
Wexford 'actively looking' for new manager and hoping to avoid another walkover this weekend
Wexford were unable to field a team against Cork on Saturday in Division 1 of the Littlewoods Ireland Camogie League.
'A spotlight on vacancy': Dublin 8 locals gather to protest vacant former factory
The Player Wills Factory site on Dublin’s South Circular Road covers 9.33 hectares of prime city centre land.
'That is the ambition': Leinster scrum coach Fogarty ready to step up if Ireland come calling
Greg Feek will join Joe Schmidt through Ireland’s exit door after next year’s World Cup.
'I had two goes at it and that might be enough for me:' O'Connor distances himself from Kerry job
Jack O’Connor previously guided Kerry to three All-Ireland SFC crowns.
Ulster CEO Logan to stand down ahead of next season
CEO since 2010, Logan counts Kingspan Stadium as his major achievement as the province’s figurehead.
Vacant Seanad seat should be filled by someone with a unionist background, says senator
Leo Varadkar previously said he would like to see people from both nationalist and unionist communities take seats.
Limerick boss departs after eight months to take assistant role in League One
Neil McDonald will now work under Graham Alexander at promotion chasers Scunthorpe United.
IRFU seek new women's head coach but only on a part-time basis for six months
The role was advertised seven weeks after Tom Tierney stood down.
All-Ireland finalists on the look-up for new manager as Mayo ladies boss resigns
Frank Browne confirmed the news this afternoon.