“I’m completely disappointed but I’m not surprised,” says Robert Murphy, who chairs the local TidyTowns. “We’re left waiting on everything.”
Those with good English, like him, should be tapped as a resource to help give others a route out of isolation and a chance to contribute more to Ireland, he says.
But they would want, they said, to add a set-back storey on top of one of the proposed apartment blocks on the site, which locals have already said are too tall.
If you’re an immigrant to Dublin, we would warmly like to invite you to our next Dublin Inquirer event, at The Circular in Rialto on Thursday 16 February at 7.30pm.
Streets named after people who profited from the enslavement of others – like Nassau St and the La Touche Bridge – should be renamed, says Councillor Nial Ring.
The council should target funding at deprived areas to redress imbalances – but it’s not, some councillors say.
In the Spar on New Street South, it often had long queues. Now locals will have to travel further for pensions, social protection, disability allowances, and postal services.
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The council is subsidising the studios to try to keep the rents affordable.
The narrative that no Georgian person has a good reason to flee their country in the Caucasus for safety in Ireland is unfair, migrant rights advocates say.