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Ireland Could Be Taking on a Leadership Role in Finding Solutions for Greece

Ireland Could Be Taking on a Leadership Role in Finding Solutions for Greece

Ireland as a Troika programme country could take a leading role in resolving this crisis. Instead of dictating specific terms, we could be helping to create the systems which would keep Greece afloat.   <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”https://www.youtube.com/embed/enECumc3QmU” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>
We Need a Solution to Housing Crisis

We Need a Solution to Housing Crisis

There’s been so much talk about a housing crisis in Wicklow, that for many, it’s probably fading into the background noise. But imagine this – you’re living in your home and have been paying your mortgage for years. You have two beautiful children, who are doing well in one of Wicklow’s many fantastic schools. Your...
So, Have We Learned Nothing from the Crash? It Seems So

So, Have We Learned Nothing from the Crash? It Seems So

Last week the Irish Financial Advisory Council, IFAC, sounded warnings that Fine Gael/ Labour are slipping rapidly into the old Budgetary habits of Fianna Fail. Having lived through the consequences of what short-term, technically incompetent fiscal management can do to a country, this should set off alarm bells for every man and woman in the...
KPMG is Being Asked to Investigate a Sale it Helped Run

KPMG is Being Asked to Investigate a Sale it Helped Run

Today I talked to Sean O’Rourke about ongoing controversy surrounding IBRC. KPMG is being asked to investigate a sale it helped to run.
Serious Questions Need to be Answered about Siteserv

Serious Questions Need to be Answered about Siteserv

Yesterday, I spoke to RTE News at One about the ongoing controversy surrounding Siteserv. The information which has arisen as a result of freedom of information requests made by Deputy Catherine Murphy needs to be investigated and the serious questions which arise need answers.
'What does that all mean,' asked one man who had just lost his home

‘What does that all mean,’ asked one man who had just lost his home

‘What does that all mean?” This is what one man asked in Bray Circuit Court last Monday morning. Simon [name changed] had just lost his home. The registrar ruled against the ‘defendant’ and in favour of the bank seeking possession of the property. She ordered a five-month stay to allow Simon time to find alternative...