IRISH EXAMINER VIEW

Remember and understand Gallipoli

Johnny Turk, he was ready, he primed himself well. 

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Inevitable ultimatum to Greece on reform

THE kindness of strangers took on a new, less comforting meaning for Greece yesterday when eurozone finance ministers warned that it will not get any more financial support until a complete economic reform plan is agreed.

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Policies please

THE death of 14 people, when they were hit by a night-time express train as they walked along a remote river gorge in Macedonia, is another reminder of what may be one of the pressing issues of the age — migration.

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Deal has the hallmarks of a scandal - Questions on Siteserve deal

LAST year, when the excitement around the appointment of Seanad hopeful and Donegal petrol station owner John McNulty to the board of the Irish Museum of Modern Art died down, the Government knew that it could ill-afford another self-inflicted, embarrassing, and stinking-to-high-heaven controversy.

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