WITH the fiasco of the privatisation of Eircom behind us and talk of the privaitisation of Aer Lingus ahead, the death of one time property tycoon Patrick Gallagher and the demise of the sugar factory in Mallow are a grim reminder that we have lost the old sense of social responsibility.
When sprawling suburbia enveloped Castleknock and Blanchardstown, the local GAA club didn’t sit on their hands. St Brigid’s instigated a juvenile programme which has brought them all the way to an All-Ireland Club SFC semi final on Sunday. Mark Gallagher visited Dublin 15.
After a winter of turmoil, not only has the future of Formula One racing been secured, but the future of smaller teams has also been considerably safeguarded. As yet, however, Jordan has no title sponsor and the second driver’s seat is still vacant. Declan Colley reports