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Listeners were shocked and appalled when a Labour delegate was interviewed sounding tired and hoarse on Morning Ireland last week.
Whatever about the crisis in regard to inflows and outflows of money in Irish banks, customers in Mayo are still to enjoy the usual access to their in-cash accounts.
Passenger numbers for the newly reopened €106.5 million Limerick-Galway line have ‘exceeded expectations’ according to new figures released by Irish Rail this week.
The country’s two biggest airlines Ryanair and Aer Lingus are to clash with Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) over a compensation bill of €1 million after the radar debacel in Dublin Airport earlier in the month.
A spokeswoman for the HSE has confirmed that waiting times for outpatient appointments at the Midland Regional Hospital, Mullingar, are "well below" the seven months national average waiting time.
The announcement by the Government that it will guarantee all money saved with an Irish institution for two years has enticed overseas investors to withdraw their money fropm their own countries and put into the named Irish banks and institutions.
Work at the multi-million euro Crown Control development in Mervue has stopped and will not be starting up again in January.
A Kilkenny-born pensioner died following an accident when a hospital car park barrier came down on her head an inquest heard yesterday.
AN elderly Kilkenny priest sentenced to prison in Florida for stealing more than $100,000 from his parish is suicidal, a court heard last night as he appealed to allowed to serve out his sentence at home.
There were many raised eyebrows at the decision to award President Barack Obama the Nobel Peace Prize, not least the president himself who said it was “surprising” and that he did not “deserve to be in the company of so many of the transformative figures who’ve been honoured by this prize”.