Jim Carroll

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5 things I learned listening to Morning Ireland

(1) It seems that Cathal Mac Coille believes the Socialist Workers Party is responsible for yanking the bus service in north Dublin and leaving 60,000 people walking and fuming in the rain. Here, how will those strikers from Harristown get …

Wed, Nov 14, 2007, 09:59

   

(1) It seems that Cathal Mac Coille believes the Socialist Workers Party is responsible for yanking the bus service in north Dublin and leaving 60,000 people walking and fuming in the rain. Here, how will those strikers from Harristown get to their planned demo outside Dublin Bus HQ in O’Connell Street today if there are no buses?

(2) France has also gone strike-crazy in the transport sector. Must be the time of year.

(3) Our Lady Of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda is very clean. Of course, that’s according to their own in-house survey.

(4) Enterprise Ireland are confident that Irish industries are going to make a mint from the London Olympics. Wonder does that include the pharmaceutical sector?

(5) If you’re renting a flat at 46 Mobhi Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11, watch out for the yellow wires.

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