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Peadar Tóibín with Aisling Lowe, Bridget McGee, Ann Corrigan and Claire O'Mara protest outside the site for the proposed Narconon rehab centre run by the Scientologists

Peadar Tóibín with Aisling Lowe, Bridget McGee, Ann Corrigan and Claire O'Mara protest outside the site for the proposed Narconon rehab centre run by the Scientologists

Peadar Tóibín with Aisling Lowe, Bridget McGee, Ann Corrigan and Claire O'Mara protest outside the site for the proposed Narconon rehab centre run by the Scientologists

A €9m residential drug rehabilitation centre linked to the controversial Church of Scientology will not face any more legal obstacles to opening its facility in a small village in Co Meath.

In November, the Court of Appeal (CoA) upheld a decision of the High Court that An Bord Pleanála was incorrect in deciding that the facility at Ballivor, Co Meath, requires planning permission.


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