# firesale - Today’s News
Coleman or Irwin? Houghton or Whelan? Ireland’s two favourite pundits had plenty to discuss.
# firesale - Thursday 23 August, 2012
The Greek prime minister has told Le Monde that the beleaguered country is ready to sell some islands – something that two German MPs told them to do two years ago.
# firesale - Sunday 6 May, 2012
We take a look at what happens to the cars, jewellery, cash and drugs that are seized or recovered by Irish authorities.
# firesale - Wednesday 22 February, 2012
The bailout deal requires Ireland to sell off some State assets – and the full list will be announced by Brendan Howlin later this morning.
# firesale - Tuesday 7 February, 2012
In tonight’s Fix: A move towards mortgage relief; the deadliest place on Earth for girls; and should Ireland rejoin the Commonwealth?
100 properties will go under the hammer on 1 March, including a cottage for €7,500 and an industrial estate for €210,000.
# firesale - Tuesday 29 November, 2011
It’s the fourth Allsop Space auction of distressed property tomorrow – and we’ve got some highlights of what’s on offer…
# firesale - Sunday 27 November, 2011
The three-bed semi-d in Donegal, being sold by a receiver, has one of a number of rock-bottom reserves in 30 November firesale.
# firesale - Wednesday 14 September, 2011
The cabinet meets this morning, ahead of the Dáil’s return, with the sale of state assets high on the agenda.
The Cabinet will make some concrete decisions on the possibility of selling off State assets when it meets today – where would you like to see the axe to fall first, if at all?
# firesale - Friday 8 July, 2011
This is the week that was, in pictures.
# firesale - Monday 27 June, 2011
In this evening’s Daily Fix: Hospitals move closer to crisis, “killing fields” trial opens in Cambodia, close encounters of a third kind in Wicklow, and the case of the thieving seagull…
# firesale - Monday 18 April, 2011
Last week’s firesale of distressed properties saw the temporary return of property fever. But when the frenzy passed, economist Ronan Lyons believes the auction left us with some useful new information.