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Drink prices on the increase?

March 6, 2014 Note Nots 0

Alcohol prices in Off-licenses may be increased later this year if Michael Noonan decides to increase trader fees.   Currently an off-license pays an annual fee of €1,500 to sell beer, wine and spirits – while

3 Years On… Are You Better Off?

February 27, 2014 James Brennan 0

On the 25th of February 2010, Ireland elected the present coalition. With promises broken, emigration still soaring and morale bottomed-out, Ireland is in the same if not worse state than it was previously. Read some

News update: Thursday 27th february

February 27, 2014 Note Nots 0

Alan shatter in the Dail: While the Taoiseach has defended Alan shatter over the recent Gardai mishandling controversy. Mick Wallace on the other hand publicly criticized the minister and called for his resignation. Shatter nonetheless

Restore Fitzwilliam Street Now

February 20, 2014 TheLiberal.ie Editor 2

The demolition of 16 Eighteenth Century houses in 1960’s Dublin destroyed the longest expanse of Georgian architecture in the world. The insertion of the modernist ESB building, by Sam Stephenson, into the centre of Fitzwilliam

Trending on the web: 20th February

February 20, 2014 Note Nots 0

# Selfies: The Selfie game has truly gone too far, pouting like a duck in the mirror may not have been condescending enough as new selfie trends have emerged that involve taking selfies at funerals and also taking

News update: 20th February

February 20, 2014 Note Nots 14

Gsoc- A retired High court Judge has been appointed to the Gsoc case. Judge John Cooke is to conduct the inquiry. Alan Shatter however has expressed doubt in relation to the basis that the inquiry

Kenny Egan Getting Into A New Ring

February 13, 2014 James Brennan 0

Well they’ve pulled no punches here… Kenny – excuse me, Kenneth Egan, who admits he knows little to nothing about politics, has been announced as a Fine Gael candidate for the local elections in Clondalkin.

Ireland Struck By Super-Storm

February 13, 2014 James Brennan 0

The country bore the brunt of a horrendous storm this week. With last weeks flooding taking their toll in Cork and Limerick, the wind added its two cents this week by creating havoc to many

The stupidity of Neknomination

February 6, 2014 James Brennan 0

Two deaths in this country alone, and STILL a massive growing number of teens and young adults taking part in an Internet challenge called “NekNomination.” Some reports suggest the game originated in the U.K. as

A week of unnecessary flooding

February 6, 2014 Daniel Crown 0

The Southern half of the county sees many home-owners and businesses trying to come to terms with the horrendous weather they have encountered this week. The damage caused is going to run into the millions,