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A Sligo Councillor is urging those impacted by pyrite to ‘make their voices heard’ at a protest in Dublin on Friday organised by mica campaigners. Independent Ballymote/Tubbercurry Councillor, Michael Clarke, claims there are 384 homes impacted by pyrite in Co. Sligo according to latest estimates. The mica protest calling for…

It’s expected that homeowners impacted by Mica will protest outside the gates of Leinster House today.   The Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien is to make a presentation to the cabinet about the Mica redress scheme, following a meeting in Dublin last night.   The Minister met with representatives of…

The Housing Minister will hold talks with Mica homeowners from Donegal and Mayo today as they sit for a crucial meeting on the redress scheme. Darragh O’Brien will receive the final report on the scheme tomorrow, before bringing recommendations to the cabinet early next month. At present affected homeowners are…

‘Families are facing homelessness and serious debt’ due to damage caused by mica and pyrite. That’s according to the Bishop of Elphin, Kevin Doran. Church leaders in the Catholic and Church of Ireland faiths across the country have joined calls on the government to provide 100% redress for those impacted…

A junior minister says he supports a 100 per cent redress scheme for anyone caught up in the Mica scandal. It comes as the government faces increasing repair and rebuilding costs, with more councils set to seek funding. The local authorities in Clare, Limerick, Sligo and Tipperary are all likely…

Politicians throughout the north west are expected to come under increasing pressure in advance of the forthcoming budget as the campaign for 100% redress for owners of homes affected by Mica and pyrite gathers pace. It follows the weekend protest in Lifford, Co Donegal, attended by up to 2,000 people.…