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Daily Archives: May 29, 2012
By Michael Murphy Wicklow Arts Festival was in full swing on Sunday. The reopening of the Bridge Tavern also coincided with the festival launch. The weather was superb and there was a great buzz about the place. I thought there would be … Continue reading
Tonight With Vincent Browne 2011. political debate regarding the budget here in Ireland and the unreal wages of €130,000 a year these people in government get plus all taxpayer expenses while the poorer get poorer from austerity measures Comment: This … Continue reading
KIERAN ALLEN OPINION: The Coalition’s argument for a Yes vote demands more scrutiny before Thursday THE GOVERNMENT only has one argument in favour of the fiscal treaty: If we vote No, we will be unable to borrow money to fund … Continue reading
Vote No !
Reblogged from NAMA Wine Lake: If Carlsberg did property collapses…then you would expect the collapse in the value of residential property prices in the Republicof Irelandbetween 2007 and today to be close to tops. After all, that is what the … Continue reading
Facing the threat of a delay in the disbursement of bailout instalments from the Troika, Greece’s caretaker government has suspended rebates and payments to suppliers of the public sector. All loans by banks to any business, regardless of viability, have been … Continue reading