IRISH EXAMINER VIEW

Very little comfort for tenants - Report on housing rental market

Any young family or individual trying to keep pace with relentlessly climbing rents, any pensioner on the verge of losing their home of many years because rents are being increased far, far faster than their income will have been dismayed by yesterday’s report on the rental sector. It offered them little or no comfort much less security.

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Plugging into a better future - Promoting electric transport

As Taoiseach Enda Kenny presses European leaders to grant special concessions to Ireland on reducing climate changing emissions any measure that will help us reduce our carbon footprint must be welcomed and embraced.

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Such hypocrisy - Office smoking ban

The news that tobacco giant Reynolds American Inc, maker of the iconic Camel cigarette, is to ban smoking in its offices and buildings will bring a wry smile to anyone who has struggled to give up smoking. 

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Juncker’s words offer union hope

Austerity in the EU

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Extraordinary situation

Garda vetting of teachers

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An inspiration

‘Washington Post’ editor dies

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Changing EU policy on wind farms

Cutting wind subsidies

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System must be trustworthy

School exam changes

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Enjoy the praise

World’s top five

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Implications of Irish Water fiasco: A symptom of political ineptitude

Just as Gerry Adams seems to have, finally, met his nemesis in Maíria Cahill, the Government has met theirs in Irish Water. 

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