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This collection of 14 stories collected by Lafcadio Hearn, contains Japanese ghost stories, but also several non-fiction pieces. Hearn tries to give a glimpse into the customs of the Japanese, by giving examples of Buddhist Proverbs and explaining the use of incense and the nation wide fascination with poetry. Furthermore, he has again translated several hair-rising ghost stories, like "A Passional Karma" about the truly undying love of a young couple.
 
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Join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshackThis Reboot Republic podcast is part of the Budget 2023 special series, and in it Rory talks to Hugh Brennan of the not-for-profit housing developer, Ó Cualann Co Housing Alliance. Ó Cualann is building the only affordable housing for sale to home buyers in the country at the moment.They are building genuinely af…
 
This Reboot Republic Podcast talks to Sinn Féin spokesperson on housing, Eoin Ó Broin, about their proposals on housing for the upcoming Budget, including increasing capital funding for housing, providing 20,000 public housing, and how that could be done, renters relief, removing investor funds tax breaks, and a referendum on a right to housing.For…
 
Please support this podcast at patreon.com/tortoiseshackIn this Reboot Republic, part of the special series on Budget 2023, Rory talks to Louise Bayliss of Focus Ireland, Ann Marie O Reilly from Threshold and Colette Bennet from Social Justice Ireland about what the Government should do to address the homelessness, renters and housing crisis in the…
 
Join us at patreon.com/tortoiseshackIn this second podcast of the Reboot Republic pre-Budget 2023 special series, Rory talks to Tricia Keilthy of the St Vincent De Paul and Tanya Ward of the Children's Rights Alliance, about the impact of the cost of living and housing crises, and what can and should be done in Budget 2023, set to take place on Sep…
 
Government has finances in Budget 2023 to really tackle cost of living crisis -but will it?This Reboot Republic podcast is part of our Budget 2023 special series (3 available now on members feed) on putting forward proposals to tackle the cost of living, energy and housing crisis. In this first episode Rory talks to Susanne Rogers, Research and Pol…
 
In this Reboot Republic, Rory talks to Rob Barrett, who tells the story of how him and his wife, have been made homeless as the place they were renting is being sold. They cannot find anywhere. Rob tells their story of the housing crisis, as Rob explains, he is trying to humanise the crisis which has become dehumanised. He feels that there are two …
 
In this Reboot Republic Rory talks to Clodagh Daly, Manager of the Centre for Environmental Justice, and Mary Heavey, Housing Solicitor, Community Law & Mediation, an independent community law centre based in Coolock in Dublin and Limerick. We discuss issues of rising energy poverty, how the housing crisis, energy poverty and cost of living are com…
 
In this Reboot Republic, Rory is joined by Tony Groves, and they talk to Killian Woods, Senior Business Reporters with the Sunday Business Post, about the low levels of tax paid by global and Irish REIT investment funds on the profit from rent and property deals in Ireland, about the Government deals that enable it, and how its worsening the financ…
 
In this Reboot Republic, Rory talks to Dr Patrick Bresnihan, lecturer in in the Department of Geography at Maynooth University.We go beyond the narrow media 'Agriculture versus the rest' in climate emissions to discuss who are Ireland's farmers, the agri-food industry, ideas for creating food sovereignty and sustainable agriculture and food product…
 
In this Reboot Republic, Rory talks about rising child poverty in Ireland with Tanya Ward, CEO of the Children's Rights Alliance, Marian Quinn, CEO of the Childhood Development Initiative, and Zoe Obeimhen, mother of four and a campaigner for the Bridgefoot Street playground. We discuss the findings from the Child Poverty Monitor 2022, impact of po…
 
This Reboot Republic talks to Mostafa Darwish, award winning investigative journalist who has produced a new four part documentary series on Ireland's housing crisis for the Irish Mirror. Mostafa talks about his experience with the Arab Spring in Egypt, direct provision in Ireland and the impact on the mental health of asylum seekers, making Irelan…
 
This Reboot Republic talks to Senator Eileen Flynn about her experience as being an 'other' within Irish society, as Ireland's first Traveller member of the Oireachtas, her work in the Seanad highlighting Traveller and wider inequalities and human rights, her own experience of discrimination just last week being refused entry to a premises, and the…
 
In this Reboot Republic, Rory talks to Michael Taft, economist with SIPTU, about how to tackle the cost of living crisis. Ireland has seen some of the highest electricity and gas price rises in the EU.In France and Malta the governments controlled gas and electricity prices, Michael sets out how we can do it here too, how to tackle profit price inf…
 
In this Reboot Republic Rory talks to Barra Roantree, economist researcher with the ESRI, about the collapse in homeownership levels in Ireland, the rental crisis, inequality, investor funds and housing financialisation, land tax, cost of living and energy poverty. Barra co-authored the recent report- Future trends in housing tenure and the adequac…
 
This Reboot Republic talks to Sharon Crandall who is being made homeless on Thursday. Her and her son are losing their rental home, and Sharon is going living in her car as she has not been able to find somewhere to live in the place she has lived for twenty years, West Kerry. Sharon is upset, and explains in human terms the anxiety that being made…
 
In this Reboot Republic podcast Rory talks to Chloé Serme-Morin, external researcher & coordinator of the annual Overview of Housing Exclusion in Europe produced by FEANTSA & Abbé Pierre Foundation. We discuss what have EU Governments committed to in ending homelessness by 2030, the rise in, and impact of, evictions across the EU, the lifting of pa…
 
In this Reboot Republic, Rory and Tony discuss the preliminary results of Census 2022 which showed that 166,000 homes are vacant across the country, including 35,000 vacant rental properties, while there are just 850 properties available to rent nationally.We break down the figures, and highlight the gap in housing provision around the country. We …
 
In this Reboot Republic Rory talks to Head of Social Justice and Policy at St Vincent De Paul, Tricia Keilthy, about the cost of living crisis and its impact on households, energy poverty, and how it is not a case of can we afford to provide for welfare increases, but can we afford not to?We discuss Ireland's economic and social system that has the…
 
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