Ladies and gentlemen, our housing minister ʎɥdɹnW uɐɥƃoƎ pic.twitter.com/Dv00dtRcvH
— adzo (@adzoheatzo) January 15, 2020
RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta’s journalist Marion Ní Shúilleabháin brought the error to the attention of An Post in a tweet to which they replied with an apology and stated that arrangements had been made to ensure an error of this type wouldn’t happen again.
Hi @VirginMediaIE .. would you care to explain to me, how your genius engineer thinks we’re we are going to light our fire after he took this shortcut wiring our new box today? @broadsheet_ie you had one job to do. pic.twitter.com/SJQFmMTYIj
— buzz o neill maxwell (@buzzoneill) October 10, 2018
Downside: it’ll be cold.
Upside: You might get to see Terry Prone on the Tonight show.
The cosmic ballet continues.
Spotted in Deansgrange, Co Dublin, this morning.
Thanks Ultan Mashup
Aras Un Uachtarain, Phoenix Park, Dublin 1
Pope Francis with President Michael D Higgins and Sabina Higgins, where the Pontiff planted a an Irish Oak tree…
Pope Francis is greeted by Tanaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney with his wife and daughters.
More as we get it.
— Luke Martin (@LukeMartin_DL) August 25, 2018
Earlier: Let’s Roll
Paschal Donohue, then Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform launches the Public Services Card (PSC) in 2016
Via RTÉ News:
Borrowers looking to access personal credit reports stored in the new national credit register cannot access them with the Government’s Public Services Card.
RTÉ News has learned the Central Bank does not accept the card as a valid proof of identification or PPS number when people are applying to the Central Credit Register for their credit record.
The card, which was originally created for people to access named public services with one fully State authenticated identity document, was designed to help citizens access a range of public services easily so the same information does not have to be given to multiple organisations…
South Great George’s Street, Dublin 2
Maybe it’s for Australian tourists?