- Friends of the Irish Environment, 28.04.2003"The land Coillte Teo is now selling for development was given to them by the State in 1988 to ensure that our woodlands were run commercially, not to enable them to sell the family silver to service bank loans".
The government is pressing ahead with its jobs initiative...
by putting another 4000 people out of work.
This week's 'Neck like a jockey's apparatus' award goes to the Socialist Party. They're calling on Tricky Mickey to "take his repayment responsibility to Revenue seriously". This at a time when some of their own leading members are mired in expenses controversy.
The Master Musicians of Jujouka highlighting the Elvis in Islam
Niall Collins must be remembering that whipping fear of crime into a frenzy did the Bull no harm in days gone by.
The Examiner dismisses medical treatment for prisoners as 'pill popping'.
Bottom of the barrel stuff.
Forget the banks, forget the destruction of the health sector, forget the education cuts. Spare a thought instead for the harrowing plight the people of Terenure.
The UN should forget about those milksops in Syria and switch their attention to a real humanitarian crisis.
Niall Collins seems determined to take gold as the thickest member of the reshuffled FF front bench.
The trainee pilots story continues to simmer in the background. How did we get to a situation where the taxpayer must assume responsibility for ensuring that no-one has to suffer any unpleasantness?
The Greens are still willing to make, eh, hard decisions.
As if it wasn't bad enough having the Bundestag running the economy, now the Yanks are trying to order us to use GM foods.
Adams is concerned about elections to Uterus na Gaeltachta.
Ming had a little hissy fit.
Cue howls of indignation about how 'the establishment' is out to get him.
An American gun loon called Larry Pratt (you couldn't make it up) reckons that yesterday's massacre is an argument for relaxing US gun laws.
According to Pratt, America is so utterly dysfunctional that one risks death by going out in public unarmed.
"The idea that you tell people they’ve got to go into a public place without a firearm is setting them up for this kind of disaster."
Gobsh!te TD Ming Flanagan equates dressing scruffily with being born black or disabled.