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Government gaffes offer rich pickings for Gilmore

Government gaffes offer rich pickings for Gilmore

T may have been arctic enough to have brass monkeys running for cover in Kilkenny last night, but at his opening speech at the Labour Party conference, Eamon Gilmore turned the heat up on the Government. The Labour leader has done himself no harm in recent months, displaying his
29 November 2008 - Irish Independent - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
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defends trip on

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Eireom owner set to rename

Eireom owner set to rename

company m `buyback' bid (€10 m) in fees from BCM. Under the terms of the proposed agreement, Babcock & Brown will receive additional payments if there's a change in ownership in BCM or Eircorn before the end of April 2010. activist investment fund LIT to acquire BCM. LIT is owne
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SPORT 11

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point. Mid Kerrys game plan

point. Mid Kerrys game plan

seemed to work well, with Aidan O'Shea, son of the legendary Jack, doing an excellent man-marking job on Tommy Walsh when he was redeployed on the edge of his own square. Seven points down at the break, the combination side should have seen the game out. They didn't and they cou
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GOLDEN Sexton has perfect chance (n LENSTER

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came-;;.- d e t. b i reathing acc , t e indignation out in RTE E more things It was

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