“Developers are being banned from tacking Dublin-style housing estates onto small rural villages unless they first provide extra schools and facilities for proper public transport.”
A Gormley initiative.
I wonder has he discussed this yet with Hanafin? I know of … Read more
IF you think Eamon Ryan looks a bit hassled these days, broadband might have something to do with it. As minister for communications it’s his job to come up with a policy for Next Generation Networks – telecoms for the … Read more
Fintan O’Toole highlights the bizarre rules on marriage between, or to, furriners laid out in the new Immigration Bill…
“The Minister can refuse permission outright on a number of grounds, including the vague catch-all that the marriage “would not … Read more
“I think he is tax compliant”
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA… Read more
I want to state that I am officially embarrassed I wrote this.
What a laugh he must’ve had reading that.
The Des Richarson evidence should be a great laugh.… Read more
of incurring harangues with Crewser…
His Dead Mother?
He’s bringing his Dead Mother into it?
Wonder who leaked those documents?
Typical, I write a column saying he’s probably not corrupt and then the man is so desperate to come up … Read more
IT puzzles me how Fianna Fail has acquired its reputation for sound management and efficient administration. Every week that passes all I see is a combination of old-fashioned stroke pulling and bumbling idiocy.
The fiasco over schools paying water charges … Read more
Because there are loads of things I should be doing but am not, I ended up reading the Seanad debates on the 1960 Broadcasting Act. This argument by Professor Patrick Quinlan, NUI Senator, for the control of advertising on RTE … Read more
What could Albert Reynolds have been doing during that six-hour stopover in Freeport in March 1994? Nipping to the bank, or topping up his tan?
We heard about the trip last week through evidence at the Mahon tribunal from Air … Read more
Ok, this is just so funny. I turned back on the News At One hoping Bev was gone, to hear the report on proceedings at the Mahon Tribunal. So previously Tom Gilmartin gave evidence that rival developer Owen O’Callaghan told … Read more