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Q. What has Alan Shatter T.D. Minister for Justice and Defence in the Republic of Ireland got in common with the former Soviet Union? A. He believes in releasing criminals from prison prematurely so that society can become even more unstable … Continue reading
In terms of top prize for political incompetence in 2011, you’d be hard-pressed to find a better example than the farce that has surrounded the issue of Upward Only Rent Reviews (UORR) in commercial leases; remember both Labour and Fine … Continue reading
By Ken Foxe Brendan Howlin, the Minister responsible for overseeing a pay cap for special advisers, tried repeatedly to come to a compromise agreement on the pay of Ciaran Conlon. The negotiations over the bumper salary of €127,000 that was finally … Continue reading
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has said the increasing number of prisoners being committed to custody is the greatest challenge facing the Irish Prison Service. The IPS Annual Report shows there were over 17,000 committals to prison in 2010 – … Continue reading
By namawinelake Property powerhouse and NAMA valuation panel member, CB Richard Ellis (CBRE) yesterday published its quarterly overview of the retail property sector in Ireland. It’s a funny old report as it mixes together some statistics on retail generally and elsewhere … Continue reading
15/03/2011 – 16:32:50 These were the headlines in March Cabinet Ministers are to lose their garda drivers under radical changes to official Government transport announced today. Taoiseach Enda Kenny, President Mary McAleese, Tánaiste and Foreign Affairs Minister Eamon Gilmore and … Continue reading
List of public sector salaries shows the extent of Enda Kenny’s challenge to impose wage ceilings April by namawinelake “Government has to deliver better value in order to reduce the deficit, avoid job-destroying tax increases and protect frontline services. As part … Continue reading
THE NEW GOVERNMENT has decided to cut back on ministerial transport arrangements, with all but three members of the cabinet being forced to supply their own cars from May. This morning’s cabinet meeting decided that only the Taoiseach, Tánaiste and … Continue reading
The full list of the make-up of the new Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s new cabinet: Tánaiste and Foreign Affairs and Trade – Eamon Gilmore; Finance – Michael Noonan; Health – James Reilly; Agriculture, Marine and Food – Simon Coveney; Arts, … Continue reading