- Think you are having a bad day then look at this!
- Supreme Court to rule on mortgage loophole
- THE fight against the property tax is heading to the High Court — after campaigners served legal papers on the State
- Irish Bank Inquiry procrastination has gone too far............
- For what, exactly, are we borrowing billions?
- Thought of the day .
- Husky sings with baby
- There are jobs & then there are…
- Genetic engineering: The world’s greatest scam?
- Noonan denies IBRC legal fees loan approval to Paddy McKillen was in breach of European Commission commitments
- Fitch Affirms Bank of America’s IDR at ‘A’; Upgrades Viability Rating to ‘A-’
- Gerald Celente on the Next Banking Crisis and Currency Manipulation
- The International Monetary Fund said in a report last month that the broad rate of Irish unemployment was 23%:
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Daily Archives: November 23, 2010
Bank of Ireland News update SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — The Irish government will take a majority stake in Bank of Ireland /quotes/comstock/30b!bir (IE:BIR 0.30, -0.09, -23.65%) /quotes/comstock/13*!ire/quotes/nls/ire (IRE 1.95, +0.25, +14.71%) , according to a report in the Financial Times … Continue reading
Due to a technical problem with the server some videos have been deleted and are not currently unavailable it is hoped to up load them again over the next few days if possible. “Some folk do not like some of … Continue reading
When America gets into trouble we in Ireland get into deep sh** so with the Irish Government claiming that we will have economic growth next year one has to question exactly what are they collective smoking ? So by borrowing another … Continue reading
Paul Gogarty with daughter Daisy (19 months) at yesterday’s press conference. Gogarty has defended his decision to bring his daughter, saying her regular childminder – her grandmother – was unavailable. Image: AP Photo/Peter Morrison GREEN PARTY TD Paul Gogarty has … Continue reading
The Central Bank Governor has said more disclosure about banks’ residential mortgage loans is important. Read the full speech here In an address to the Chartered Accountants of Ireland this morning, he said that banks could build confidence by disclosing … Continue reading
Ireland Still Refuses To Contemplate Leaving the “Imperial” Euro and Joining a “Mediterranean” Euro Zone. By Christopher M. Quigley (Update) On Thursday 18th 2010 The IMF arrived in the Emerald Isle. What a sad sad day for the proud people … Continue reading