I am currently preparing for three major exams. Its a least 18 years since I last sat an exam so its a daunting prospect to say the least. I mean when is the last time I hand wrote a 1000 … Continue reading
Spare a smile, a please and thank-you for the countless sales assistants who will stack, wrap and bag the thousands of presents destined for underneath the Christmas trees of Ireland this festive season. Christmas can be stressful. Christmas … Continue reading
Our second radio show broadcast on Flirt FM last Friday. For my piece I decided to do a small package on Ardfry House. Anyone who has visited Renvyle Park in Oranmore or the Galway Bay Sailing Club would be familiar … Continue reading
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I firmly believe that the Credit Union crisis is a sleeping giant that is about to wake.
Jody Cochrans piece in today’s Sunday Independent -Two Tier Nation, is an issue which I have given a lot of thought to over the past eighteen months. Of my group of college friends I am the only one who decided … Continue reading
November 3, 2013
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