Monthly Archives: August 2011

Catalan Cuisine

Title: Catalan Cuisine: Europe’s Last Great Culinary Secret   Author:  Colman Andrews Paperback:352 pages Publisher:Grub Street; New edition edition (30 Nov 1997) LanguageEnglish ISBN-10:1898697760 ISBN-13:978-1898697763 Product Dimensions: 23 x 15.6 x 2.8 cm Product Description Catalonia, located in Spain’s far … Continue reading

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The Leaving Cert Results 2011

The Leaving Cert Results 2011 by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 2nd Sep 2011 p.11 For students getting their Leaving Cert results is a life defining moment for these young adults as they discover where their futures … Continue reading

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A Journey Of Two Maps

Title: A Journey with Two Maps: Becoming a Woman Poet: Anthology   Author:  Eavan Boland Paperback:256 pages Publisher:Carcanet Press Ltd (27 April 2011) LanguageEnglish ISBN-10:1857545419 ISBN-13:978-1857545418 Product Dimensions: 21.4 x 13.6 x 2.6 cm Product Description A Journey with Two … Continue reading

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The Nyberg Report

The Nyberg Report by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 27th August 2011 p.9 On 19th January 2010, the Government agreed a detailed framework for an inquiry into the banking crisis for consideration by the Dáil. The Government … Continue reading

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Irish Property News

Irish Property News by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 20th Aug 2011 p.11 The rate of decline in Irish house prices increased to 2.1 percent in June compared to a drop of 1.2 percent in May, the … Continue reading

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Ireland’s IMF Loan

Ireland’s EU/IMF Loan Terms and Conditions by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 13th August 2011 p.11 & p.14 The Irish Government finances began to show signs of trouble in mid-2008. Our government deficits increased, many businesses closed … Continue reading

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