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“About this time Mr McDonald [Bank of Scotland (Ireland)] told Mr Walsh that he was coming under considerable pressure to lend more money due to increased lending targets imposed by the bank and the bank was keen to expand the loan … Continue reading
By Namawinelake Remember when NAMA was a glint in economist Peter Bacon’s eye? Way back when the Department of Finance was, according to Wikileaks, hinting that the haircut on loans would be closer to 50%? And when one of the … Continue reading
Dear Machholz, I want to bring you up to date with our campaign to ensure that children who are in state care have a legal right to aftercare when they reach 18 years of age. You will remember that we were … Continue reading
by namawinelake | May 4, 2011 at 4:17 pm source URL: http://wp.me/pNlCf-1mA The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan gave the green-light this morning for the publication of the report and accounts for NAMA for the quarter ending 31st December, 2010. … Continue reading
by namawinelake There was something surreal about lawyers in the High Court last October, 2010 acting for Paddy McKillen, casually referring to the €45m loan provided by Anglo to the developer as a participant in what has become known as … Continue reading
A pub owner in Dublin was ordered to remove a 40-foot banner barring the Queen from his premises during her State visit to the Republic of Ireland. John Stokes said he reluctantly agreed to take down the controversial sign after … Continue reading
By Eilish O’Regan Monday February 07 2011 Fine Gael will not be able to begin introducing a system of universal health insurance — ending the current public and private divide — for another five years, it emerged yesterday. And it will take … Continue reading
It’s still January so perhaps we’re still in time for some more New Year predictions. There was a detailed entry on here a fortnight ago on residential property predictions for 2011 and indeed the summary prediction on here for Irish … Continue reading
This article was sent to me this morning By DARA KELLY IrishCentral.com Staff Writer Mark Kennedy, an undercover British agent, reportedly encouraged protesters to attack Irish police. An undercover British agent encouraged protesters to attack Irish police officers at an EU … Continue reading