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Cowen had sign-off on funding for Docklands body - National News, Frontpage - Independent.ie
No wonder the GP want to sit on the report.
Eamon will have to push hard for his wish. Then there's the Ryanair mess to deal with as well. Loads of ammo this week. Order in the popcorn.Labour leader Eamon Gilmore said: "There is only one way to clear this up -- for the minister to publish the documents immediately."
Yes I heard that too. Obviously the Green parliamentary party (+ minor flunkeys like Dan) are of a greater importance than the our elected representatives in the Dáil.Listened to Dan "bullsh1t" Boyle on MI earlier: to paraphrase: I don't know whats in the report but I know what's NOT in it. FFS!
I agree....but what on earth has this got to do with Cowen's signing off of the budget?From what I can see it was like they were just trying to jump on the "Dublin 4" brand and no consideration was given for anything else.
Dublin 4 covers a much larger area than many people seem to think and there's a huge difference between the Irish Glass Bottle site and the Merrion Road.
Much of Dublin 4 takes in the old docks and Dublin Port which, to be brutally honest, are not very attractive at all. There's a lot of industrial wasteland and the working port itself is not exactly what you would call an area of great natural beauty.
It also takes in Ringsend and Irishtown which are nice places, with nice communities but they're every bit as upmarket as Cabra or Stoneybatter.
There's a lot of nonsense in Dublin about postal districts, particularly Dublin 4.