Monthly Archives: February 2013

The Plight Of The Gardai

The Plight Of Our Gardai by Annette J Dunlea Published In the Carrigdhoun Newspaper 2nd March 2013 p.23 The Garda Siochana website lists the new programme for gardai.A total of one hundred Garda stations will close in 2013. The closure … Continue reading

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Modern Slaves The Poor Women Of The Magdalene Laundries Denied Justice by Annette J Dunlea

Modern Slaves The Poor Women Of The Magdalene Laundries Denied Justice by Annette J Dunlea Published In The Carrigdhoun Newspaper 23rd Feb 2013 p.18 The Irish government released a 1,000-page report that belatedly admitted “significant state involvement” in the virtual … Continue reading

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The Emergency Liquidation Of The IRBC

The Emergency Liquidation Of The IRBC By Annette J Dunlea Published In the Carrigdhoun Newspaper 16th Feb 2013 p.18 The emergency legislation needed to disband the former Anglo bank, IRBC, was passed by both houses of the Irish parliament after … Continue reading

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Men are from Mars – so are women, say experts

Men are from Mars – so are women, say experts.

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Brian O’Driscoll sets sights on being a dad – and beating England

Brian O’Driscoll sets sights on being a dad – and beating England.

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Kenny expected to make thorough Magdalene apology

Kenny expected to make thorough Magdalene apology.

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Edinburgh hammered by Munster

Edinburgh hammered by Munster.

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