Áras An Uachtaráin published ‘The Presidency in Review, 2011-2018’ outlining the work and expenditure of the office over the past seven years.
It includes a breakdown of how President Michael D Higgins’ office spent the presidential allowance of €317,000 per year.
Read in full here
Previously: The President’s €317,000 Top-Up ‘Allowance’
For a price.
BREAKING NEWS – Dragon’s Den cleaner Gerry Deegan announces run for #Aras18 . “Being around the Dragons has inspired me” said the 45-year-old Dubliner. “I realise they’ve made a few quid and that qualifies them to be president, but I’m looking to clean up the country”.
He has the Vim, in fairness.
Earlier: Here Be More Dargons
At Áras an Uachtaráin in Phoenix Park, Dublin.
President Michael D Higgins and his wife Sabina Higgins welcome Prince Charles with his wife the Duchess of Cornwall Camilla Parker-Bowles on their three-day state visit.
When disgraced Garda Bryan ‘Brian’ O’Brien (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) finds himself trapped in Áras an Uachtaráin after militant bankrupt builder ‘Big’ Jim McMenaminmin (Brendan Gleeson) holds the place to siege, it’s up to him to save the president (Finnoula Flanagan). Armed only with a Garda issue Uzi machine gun and his wits, O’Brien has to contend with McMenaminmin’s tooled-up workforce and the machinations of an oily Junior Minister (Domhnall Gleeson) whipping the media into a frenzy. Co-starring Liam Cunningham as the Garda Commissioner, Charlene McKenna as Bryan’s sassy love interest and Brian Gleeson as Squeebag, Kick Aras reminds us, once and for all, that NOBODY fools with the guards.
Too much Gleeson?
Not enough Gleeson?
(Poster by Adrian Hughes)
President Michael D Higgins, Sabina, the St Agnes Primary School choir from Crumlin and friends at the Christmas tree lights ceremony at Aras an Uachtarain last night.
Ha ha. Well, it’s true we admire Pat’s stance on…wait. What?
Cox Interested In Running For Áras (RTE News)