I know you don’t normally do this but i found a set of keys in the Phoenix Park today, at the footpath of Acres road, near the Papal Cross. Couple of car keys and several house keys, some with coloured covers.
I’d love to the them back to their owner. I thought about leaving them there in case the owner was retracing their steps, but I though they may have been there for a while!
Empty House just outside Dunboyne, Meath. Belonging to a certain Richard Bruton. He also has a bundle of land that has been zoned for years, with no sign of any movement on it.
Surely if it’s not going to be built on then it shouldn’t be zoned, as that’s skewing the figures for available land to build on, which is one of the reasons many applications are turned down (an ‘abundance’ of zoned land in the area).
Empty gaffs to firstname.lastname@example.org marked ‘Empty Gaffs’.
‘Little Sewing Tree’ totes and aprons in retro, spotty and Roald Dahl
Some bags for your stocking?
Alan Daly writes:
My wife Sarah hand makes bags and aprons etc from our home in Skerries [County Dublin], her company’s name is Little Sewing Tree and there’s a Facebook page (at link below) where you can order from. They can accept debit/credit card and paypal and can ship anywhere.
Business woman and cancer survivor Majella O’Donnell and rugby analyst Brent Pope will join Ray this week to discuss mental health and talk about their experiences.
…Food writer and broadcaster Pru Leith from Great British Bake Off will be in studio to chat to Ray about filling Mary Berry’s shoes…
Some of RTÉ’s favourite weather presenters Joanna Donnelly, Gerry Murphy and Michelle Dillon will be in studio to chat to Ray about our obsession with the weather…
Stevie the Robot, which was created by a team working out of Trinity College, is a robot designed to assist the elderly and those disabled. Stevie is the first of its kind to be built in Ireland and… Ray will have the first live TV interview with Stevie in studio.
A warm, cuddly thank you to, clockwise from top left: Johnny Keenan; Olga Cronin, Neil Curran (presenting his first entertainment slot),Lucky Khambula, ‘Preposterous‘ and Vanessa Foran, our panel on last night’s Broadsheet on the Telly.
The show can be viewed in its entirety above.
Topics wrestled to the ground included FG’s trolling of the homeless, the bungled rugby World Cup bid, Direct Provision and, controversially, repossessions.
Things got a little heated and palpably foul-tempered in places.
Viewer discretion strongly advised.
Mentioned by Lucky during the show.
A demonstration to call for the end of Direct Provision gathering at the Garden of Remembrance, Parnell Square, Dublin 1 tomorrow at 2pm.