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The Echo Chamber podcast.
As part of a series of podcasts asking if an ‘Alternative Ireland’ is possible, Martin McMahon and Tony Groves speak with Dublin Institute of Technology [DIT] Housing Lecturer and homelessness activist, Lorcan Sirr…
This is an important conversation about cutting through the spin of Government housing plans and into the reality of a crisis that is affecting nearly every level of Irish Society.
You wait around for ages…
O’Connell Street, Dublin 1
The first cross city Luas.
Stephen Hanlon writes:
Wasn’t this much fuss when Obama and [British] Queen Liz came to town!
Middle pic from left: Minister for Transport Shane Ross, Taoiseach Leo Vardkar, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on the first Luas to traverse Dublin city.
Big day out.
Pics Rollingnews and Leo Varadkar
— Stephen Hanlon (@Hanlon_Stephen) December 9, 2017
Name that model, anyone?
You can own McCartney’s for £1.5 million. A (presumably similar) price for the Plantmobile is available from the auctioneer on request.
A “celebration of culture and friendship through the sharing of food”.
At St Kieran’s College, College Rd, Gardens, Kilkenny between 4-7pm.
Johnny Keenan (him off the telly), writes:
This event is open to people from all backgrounds that wish to bring a dish to share with fellow diners. New immigrants, Persons in direct provision, settled communities and natives of Kilkenny are invited to share a celebration of food, dancing and fun. Share stories, cultures and generally have a good time with friends old and new.