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    Batten down the hatches, we're in for a storm of apoplexy from the usual quarters on this one:-

    http://www.independent.ie/national-n...e-3089301.html

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    fairly quiet news day

    The Irish Times

    Howlin’s warning on €1.5bn public sector allowances

    Child worker quits parish after discovery of “restricted” priest

    High note as Meath soprano (11) joins the Vienna Boys’ Choir

    Irish Independent

    “Stressed” DJ to face series of heart tests

    University deleted files from “rape tape” camera

    €75m debt lawyer got death threat

    Brain-dead mother has twins after being kept alive for month

    Councils on alert for floods

    Irish Examiner

    Web of addiction

    DJ Carey in hospital after heart attack

    Community group donates sat-navs to gardai in bid to stave off gangs

    Irish Daily Mail

    TWO HOMES A DAY ARE TAKEN BACK BY BANKS

    http://www.newstalk.ie/2012/programm...th-april-2012/
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    Mike Murphy having a little hissy fit because his show was aired too late. Poor little pet is all upset.

    http://www.independent.ie/entertainm...w-3091659.html

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    bit livelier today

    The Irish Times

    French presidential candidate wants treaty reopened

    Families face jail for failing to report sex abuse

    INM director wants O’Reilly package declared unlawful

    Irish Independent

    “We won’t break the seal of confession for Shatter”

    Mum of death-fall toddler thought he was in bed

    Tributes pour in for Le Brocquy

    Kenny refuses to delay vote as future of treaty in doubt

    DJ moved from heart care unit


    Irish Examiner


    It’s a case of life and limb and just go for it

    O’Brien bids to stop O’Reilly payoff

    Shock as NAMA sells €100m city landbank for €7m

    Shaky start to no campaign as Sinn Fein quote economists in yes camp

    Irish Daily Mail

    FF CAUSE THE WORST DISASTER SINCE THE FAMINE
    http://www.newstalk.ie/2012/programm...th-april-2012/
    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    Beetroot gives you the runs helps you run faster.

    http://www.independent.ie/health/hea...t-3092566.html

    Any budding Ronnie Delaney should note that the research was done in the states and their food safety standards aren't as robust as ours. The veg in question could have been GMed with gazelle genes

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    we might be allowed keep some cash after we flog State assets to Denis O'Brien on the cheap

    The Irish Times

    Half of cash from asset sale may be retained in State, says Kenny

    Bono sat in at yacht meeting on Savoy sale

    BoI agrees €152,000 mortgage write-down with Dublin nurse

    Irish Independent

    Rate cut to give 80,000 families a €540 boost

    DJ is ‘much, much better’- Sarah

    Shock as Fr Brian is gagged by Vatican for 14 months

    Taxman refunds €2m to 7,000 after pension trawl

    Man gets bail after judge says: “I’ll spit you out”

    Irish Examiner

    ‘We want more babies but need a bigger council house’

    AIB to refund 11,500 clients €3.1m

    Joanne issues robot challenge during inspirational United Nations speech
    http://www.newstalk.ie/2012/programm...th-april-2012/
    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    Hogan shamed? I doubt it

    The Irish Times

    Coalition to intensify Yes drive in “tight” referendum

    Stage set for enticing all-Irish final in England

    Study shows why some teens can’t help acting on impulse

    Irish Independent

    The cost of keeping a roof over your head soars by €138 a week

    On their way to a special All Irish final

    Gardai blitz major burglars

    Hundreds show support for priest gagged by Vatican

    Corbett not ruling out Tipp return

    Irish Examiner

    College staff’s children educated for free

    Irish Daily Mail

    HOME TAX SNUB SHAMES HOGAN

    http://www.newstalk.ie/2012/programm...ril-30th-2012/
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    http://www.breakingnews.ie/ireland/v...rs-549564.html

    Leo the Loon is thinking about forcing local authorities to provide free or cheap, priority parking places for electric cars.

    Good to see a minister with his finger on the pulse.

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    I think priority parking for electric cars is a good idea.

    we need more electric cars

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    Quote Originally Posted by homer View Post
    I think priority parking for electric cars is a good idea.

    we need more electric cars
    Do we need more electric cars or fewer petrol/diesel cars?

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    Propertry prices are too low say the Central bank..buy buy buy

    The Irish Times

    Etihad buys stake in Aer Lingus in possible link-up deal

    Property priced too low, Central Bank says

    Bill proposes full legal status for humanist weddings

    The Irish Independent

    Houses €50,000 below their true value – bank

    No vote cuts off access to funding – watchdog

    Teenage mum felt ashamed after school turned her away

    New expose highlights cover-up

    The Irish Examiner
    Concern over plan to release 1,200 prisoners

    EU deal ‘an excuse’ not to cut fuel price

    Diarmuid Gavin, his obsessed stalker, and the Titchmarsh sting

    UL team develops test for early Alzheimer’s
    http://www.newstalk.ie/2012/programm...-1st-may-2012/
    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    DCon;244790]Propertry prices are too low say the Central bank.
    This from the same institution who stated the following:


    2007 - "underlying fundamentals..remain strong...soft landing"
    http://www.centralbank.ie/publicatio...7 - part 1.pdf
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    Strange how the people who worship the market think it must be wrong about house prices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by C. Flower View Post
    Strange how the people who worship the market think it must be wrong about house prices.
    Yeah, the Market is always right except when we want it to be otherwise

    the danger of the Central Bank reports is that idiot politicians and commentators (Jim Power) selectively pick what they like from them

    The report in 2007 above had a lot of warnings but it was easy to read the "soft landing" and use that as a basis for policy/advice
    Politics is the gentle art of getting votes from the poor and campaign funds from the rich, by promising to protect each from the other. ~Oscar Ameringer

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCon View Post
    Yeah, the Market is always right except when we want it to be otherwise

    the danger of the Central Bank reports is that idiot politicians and commentators (Jim Power) selectively pick what they like from them

    The report in 2007 above had a lot of warnings but it was easy to read the "soft landing" and use that as a basis for policy/advice
    What the markets have done, are doing or will do in the future depends entirely on who you talk to.

    Economics is not a science, it's a religion and as such all opinions are equally valid. From time to time the pronouncements of individual economists may accord with objective fact but that's just coincidence.

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