Monthly Archives: November 2011

Some Proposals Budget 2012

Budget 2012: Some Suggestions by Annette J Dunlea Nearly €4 billion needs to be raised by the Irish government in this year’s budgetThe Government is planning a €3.8 billion adjustment in next year’s budget, which will include €1.6 billion in … Continue reading

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Irish Top 10 Bestsellers 27th Nov 2011

Top 10 Books Nov 2011 1. Christmas Magic 2. Inheritance 3. Guinness World Records 2012 4. The Help 5.Badfellas 6.The Time of My Life 7. The Drop 8.Steve Jobs 9.Flourishing 10.Nama Mia! Top 10 e-Books 1.The Time of My Life … Continue reading

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Bullying

Say No To Bullying In The School and In The Workplace by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 26th Nov 2011 p.11 Children First Government report describes bullying as repeated verbal, psychological or physical aggression conducted by an … Continue reading

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Ireland’s Economic Strategy

Ireland’s Medium Term Budgetary Strategy 2012 by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 19th Nov 2011 p.11 The Government’s medium-term budgetary strategy has just been published. It lists it’s primary aim is to return the public finances to … Continue reading

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Michael D Higgins Inaugeral Speech at Dublin Castle 11/11/11

Muintir na hÉireann and friends of Ireland at home and abroad, there can be no greater honour than to have been elected Uachtarán na hÉireann – President of Ireland. I thank you the people of Ireland for the honour you … Continue reading

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ESRI Budget 2012

ESRI Budget Perspectives 2012 by Annette J Dunlea                           The annual Budget Perspectives Conference, co-hosted by the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) and the Foundation for Fiscal Studies (FFS), provides a forum for discussing key public policy issues of … Continue reading

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Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence : A Rising Problem Hidden Behind Our Doors By Annette Dunlea The Crime Council Of Ireland’s Report entitled Domestic Abuse of Women and Men in Ireland survey indicates that 1,667 women listed themselves as victims of abuse in … Continue reading

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