RTÉ’s environment correspondent, George Lee, wrote on December 6, 2018, that atmospheric CO2 production is deemed as being generated within the state where carbon fuel has been bought, rather than from where the fuel is burned.
Pascal Donohoe is an inclusive kind of a guy. He wraps his arms around all and sundry in his pronouncements on governance. Hence in yesterday’s budget speech we heard more than once about “our country”, and “our people” and “our children”. It’s no doubt heartfelt but also works well as a political tool. We’re all in this together, you, me, the butcher, baker and candlestick maker. And there is something for everybody in the audience.
It has become one of the iconic camogie photographs, up there with Angela Downey racing through to score a goal for victors Kilkenny in the 1989 All-Ireland final, despite having her skirt pulled off by Cork’s Liz O’Neill, or Lismore’s Gráinne Kenneally diving full-length football-style, sans hurley, in a bid to block a clearance by Ballyhale defender Jacqui Frisby in the drawn All-Ireland intermediate club final 25 years later.
Because of plans to increase investment in national infrastructure by €500m each year, between 2019 and 2021, the M20 motorway, between Cork and Limerick, is a step closer to happening, the two city’s business leaders said last night.
After my own experiences regarding information from the HSE or doctors/consultants, I can avowedly dispute the HSE’s spurious claims of April 12 on RTÉ News that anyone on a long waiting list will be told about the Treatment Abroad Scheme (TAS).