Your editorial (Irish Examiner, 12/08/19) about cycling in the city quotes a Cork Cycling Campaign spokesman’s opinion that they were unhappy about how the Wilton Road corridor project was publicised and that “councillors may have been convinced by the sheer number of objectors.”
Thu, 15 Aug, 2019
Thu, 11 Feb, 2016
With reference to Aidan Glover’s response (Irish Examiner, Letters, July 23) to my earlier letter, which highlighted concerns about the non-inclusion of cycling on footpaths in the new Fixed Charge Notice (FCN) system.
Tue, 28 Jul, 2015
Brace yourself for a barrage of ‘good news’ over the next nine months or so, courtesy of the Government, as they, against the advice of the Fiscal Advisory Council, among others, prepare to secure the outcome of the next general election.
Wed, 17 Jun, 2015
It is difficult to understand how or why any group of intelligent, socially responsible politicians would choose, among myriad options open to them, to impose the kind of cruel, mean and totally unnecessary cuts in the recent budget.
Fri, 28 Dec, 2012
SPEAKING recently at a conference of the Institute for Public Administration, President Mary McAleese stated, quite correctly, that we “should rigorously address any form of persistent under-performance in the public service and that tolerance of any under-performance was very damaging in reputational terms”.
Mon, 25 Oct, 2010
IN a beautiful place called Tagaytay, just south of Manila in the Philippines, Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos built a magnificent, if ostentatious, hideaway known locally as the Palace in the Sky. It is built on a hill overlooking the famous Lake Taal with its multiple islands, volcanoes and lush green surrounds.
Sat, 17 Oct, 2009