MORE to follow
After the treasure trove of the past few weeks’ entries, it would be foolish to change the theme now.
So let’s go back in time: this week I want to know what’s your favourite underrated/obscure gem from the 1960s?
Reply below to be in with a chance of winning a gilt edged €25 Golden Discs voucher.
The winner will be chosen by my hippie grandfather.
Please include video link where possible.
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Nick says: Good luck!
— Colm 🍀🦊🌲 (@Funzo5000) September 25, 2020
Previously only available in Finland.
Going for up to 500 big ones on eBay.
Available in Ireland alongside other Lidl ‘merch’ in November.
Take that, Yeezy.
Van Morrison – Born To be Free.
‘The new normal is not normal/ We were born to be free’
The first of three promised anti-rona protest songs from Van Morrison.
Nick says: No curfew, No Mask, No Reaper.
Henry Mainwaring, pirate active off Irish coast in the early 17th century. Poacher turned gamekeeper, was pardoned and sailed for royal navy hunting pirates. Later a MP for Devon. His piratical activity nearly caused a war between England and Spain. pic.twitter.com/kAWTe7HpNa
— Irish Smuggling (@IrishSmuggling) September 25, 2020
A turncoat but he can avast my plank anytime.
While expected tax liability should be modest in most cases for recipients of TWSS & PUP, today’s decision welcome nonetheless. We will continue to work to minimise financial hardship, to the greatest extent possible, on taxpayers challenged by #COVID19 https://t.co/Hn4tOmbqoJ pic.twitter.com/HSypO7iXjY
— Paschal Donohoe (@Paschald) September 25, 2020
The Department of the Taoiseach, Merrion Street, Dublin 2.
Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD provided an update on the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme, and announced details of the taxation of amounts received by employees under the Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme and Pandemic Unemployment Payment.
what is the Legal basis for Revenue to tax PUP paid prior to 1 August 2020 ? given that Prior to that date, PUP was paid under S202 of the SWCA 2005 as an ‘Urgent Needs Payment’. Urgent payment are not libel for tax…
— mangles🤪 (@bamboozled19) September 25, 2020
Taoiseach Michael Martin this morning announcing 100 new jobs at Workvivo software company in Cork
Exham House, The Fingerpost, Cork.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin has said the National Public Health Emergency Team (NPHET) ‘may advise’ Government on localised restrictions in cities such as Cork, Waterford, Limerick and Galway, where the number of coronavirus cases continues to rise.
Speaking this afternoon in Cork, Micheál Martin said NPHET is “very concerned” about the spread of the virus in these cities.
He said he had been told by the Acting Chief Medical Officer Dr Ronan Glynn that the number of cases in Cork was “rising in a straight line“.
He said he was flagging with people now that these cities are danger areas, and steps need to be taken to control the spread of the virus there.
Mr Martin said curbing the spread of the virus remained in people’s own hands….
Pic via Taoiseach