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Sometimes It’s the Little Things Author: Michael Taft of Notes on the Front Published: December 12th, 2010 Section: Articles, Economy Discussion: One comment ↓ Possibly Related: Budget 2011, Irish Economy, Social Welfare Yes, the Government has taken a sledge-hammer to the … Continue reading
By Charlie Weston Wednesday December 08 2010 FAMILIES with children will be almost €3,000 worse off from the savage Budget changes announced yesterday. The changes in income tax alone will suck almost €1,250 out of the pockets of a household … Continue reading
I agree we need to be concentrating of industrious business ,why can’t I but Irish made shirts, shoes, Irish made bicycles, for god sake Irish made anything? 75% of our business here in Ireland is services, and we are now … Continue reading
Top Bankers and the Minister of Finance were told of the impending dangers and the outright reckles lending that was been done by the Banks and their institutions, the regulator ignored all warnings Cowen is as guilty as Sean Fitzpatrick … Continue reading
These two Videos were sent to me to -day and are a powerful reminder of the real tragedy that so many of our people are going through as a result of the current economic crises We must make sure that … Continue reading
Letter in Saturday’s Irish Times… A chara, I write to voice my concern about the future of this country. I am sitting on the steps of the Department of Justice & Law Reform, the sun is beating down on my … Continue reading
Irish mortgage holders who were sold hopelessly overpriced Homes and banks that looked the other way when carrying out due diligence have a portion of blame and could have questions to answer Perhaps legal grounds to default on contracts that … Continue reading
Tánaiste Mary Coughlan has insisted that the Government will not be walking away from the Croke Park deal There has been increasing speculation that the agreement on public sector pensions and reform could be under threat, given the deepening crisis in … Continue reading
With all the recent talk about cost cutting it is feared that the HSE are pondering the closure of the Wicklow Hospital so a demonstration is been organized by the save Wicklow Hospital group on Saturday, starting at Whitegates and ending … Continue reading