Most of you will know that ‘Sinn Fein’ means ‘ourselves alone’, but not too many of you are likely to know that ‘Sinn Uile’ means ‘all of us together’? The little word after Sinn is all important to us at ISME because it helps define how we see the world
We’re not going to encourage them so we’re not going to name the organisation that sent this sad catchall news release out today.
1st July 2016 If only you’d been here earlier The new health minister had to, quite rightly, give a seriously ill woman a grovelling apology after one of his ‘jobsworths’ sent a wholly inappropriate reply to a letter she had
Less Luas means less people travelling for either business or pleasure (as some call shopping) into the city centre.
The threat is not Brexit or Trumpit. The real threat is at home with our pork barrel politicians trying to cling to power. They’ll offer anyone, anything. There’s already the Luas, now CIE, then ESB and the teachers. It looks like Haddington Road is going down the S-bend. This is not Easter, this is Christmas for public sector unions.
Meanwhile, without either recognising the irony of the situation or without a smidgen of personal embarrassment, SIPTU officers are happy to seek a wage rise of up to 54% for their tram drivers that would give them a salary of €65,000 a year before bonus, for what is semi-skilled work. It would make you weep. As a country we really do greed better than any other. Sinn Féin of 1916 has morphed into Mé Féin in 2016.