Posts from March 2020

Dublin Cycling Campaign is granted leave for judicial review of Bord Pleanála decision on development beside Connolly Station 
The Dublin Cycling Campaign has secured leave for judicial review of a decision granting permission for 761 build-to-rent apartments at the rear of Dublin’s Connolly Station. 
Weekly payments of up to €410 could lead to income tax and USC bill liability at year end 
Workers may face a tax bill on emergency payments of up to €410 a week from their employer under the Government’s wage subsidy scheme. 
Court told ward of court would be at serious risk were he to contract illness 
A brain injured man has been restrained by High Court order from leaving his nursing home for visits to his elderly mother or others due to concerns he does not understand the dangers posed to him and others by the coronavirus. 
Pair say they are unable to afford house for them, four children and au pair with money left from sale 
A High Court judge has refused to approve proposed personal insolvency arrangements for a couple aimed at allowing their family to remain in a five-bed home, valued at €1 million in 2018, in a “gated” community outside Dublin. 
Judge told of effects on number of young people and their families of Covid-19 crisis 
The coronavirus crisis is compounding the challenges for vulnerable and at-risk young people in special care, their families and care staff dealing with them, the High Court has heard. 
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