Daily Archives: May 17, 2011

On tonight’s Prime Time, a slew of new details regarding former Anglo Irish Bank CEO, David Drumm’s financial dealings emerged in the light of his current bankruptcy case in the States.

Here’s the best one (drum roll): David Drumm has received a tax rebate from the Irish Revenue Commissioners to the tune of €11,886.95.

David Drumm. Tax rebate. €11,886.95.

We’ll just leave that there.

David Drumm/Sean Dunne Report (Richard Downes, Prime Time)

(Photocall Ireland)

The small group of Shell to Sea and Rossport Solidarity Camp protestors stopped workers from entering or exiting the building from about 7.30am.
A Shell spokeswoman confirmed there were company personnel already in the building and that some work continued.
The protestors were peacefully removed, without incident, shortly before noon, after a team of IRMS (Integrated Risk Management Services) security guards arrived. Earlier, retired Garda Supt Pat Doyle, now working for IRMS, had negotiated with the group.

Integrated Risk Management.

That’s what they call it now.

Protestors Blockade Corrib natural Gas Pipeline (Mayo News)



Pat Fay, son of Patrick Fay, who died in the Dublin/Monaghan bombings, at the monument (in Talbot Street, Dublin 1) to the 33 victims, this afternoon – the 37th anniversary of the bombing.

Cross Party Support For 1974 Bombing Motion (RTE)

(Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)

At Trinity College this afternoon.

Second pic: Viewing a facsimile of the Book of Kells with the Provost of TCD, Dr. John Hegarty, Librarian Robin Adams, and Chancellor of the University Dr. Mary Robinson; 3rd pic: With Dr. Hegarty and Harpist Siobhan Armstrong playing a 15th century harp; 4th pic: face to face with a portrait of Queen Elizabeth I.
(Photocall Ireland)

“….many will tell their children: ‘I was there’. This is Duncan Treehorn, Wide-Legged News, on the riot-strewn streets of Dublin. Back to you in the studio.”

Republicans Make A Din But Dubliners Extend A Welcome (Henry McDonald, Guardian)

(Eleanor Keegan/Photocall Ireland)