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A provisional liquidator has been appointed to a Co Tipperary hotel with 75 weddings on the books - including one scheduled for tomorrow.
The Lord Mayor of Dublin has claimed the Mansion House is haunted.
The Public Accounts Committee has heard that an office kitted out for the former Junior Minister John McGuinness was more akin to one on Wall Street than Kildare Street.
The group that has been appointed as a provisional liquidator to a Co Tipperary hotel with 75 weddings on the books, including one tomorrow, has said it is "business as usual" at the hotel.
Gardaí have confirmed they are carrying out an investigation into the mistreatment of children at two creches in Dublin.
Revenue has been forced to close its busiest office in Dublin because of an occupation by protesters.
An Independent TD has asked the Tánaiste to confirm whether Alan Shatter was stopped and cautioned by gardaí before being appointed Justice Minister.
Work on a facelift for Dublin's Grafton Street begins in June.