Dublin clamping truck not only parked illegally but in an incredibly precarious place on a blind corner. People had try to peer around the huge truck to try to get to the other side. When I challenged the man in the passenger seat he just kept saying “Am I driving?! Am I driving?!
A fuming Joe Duffy (centre) challenges unruffled Rio Police commissioner [second-in-command of a police division] Aloysio Falcão (top) about the filming of the arrest of “frail-71-year-old” Pat Hickey among other gripes on RTÉ Radio One’s Liveline.
Last Summer YOU helped journalist Barry Hartigan find an office mate to share his swanky central Dublin HQ.
He’s been back on.
I know you don’t normally do this but our summer tenants are moving out at the end of the month so I will have a room to let in my office on Dame Street [Dublin 2] and I hoped to spread the word here again.
Plenty of space in the main room (above) and currently there are two of us using the others. It has its own bathroom & mini kitchen and the building is located just a few yards from the Olympia Theater with access 7 days a week.
The rent is low, with bills even lower, and it would it all sorts of uses. If you, or anybody you know is interested, mail me on firstname.lastname@example.org and please spread the word. Cheers!
Michelle Moran and Roughan Mac Namara of homeless charity Focus Ireland launch the charity’s new campaign which is calling for “Government legislation to fully protect Irish homes from the threat posed by vulture funds”.
Naoise Roo – Playing Galway and Hard Working Class Heroes fest
What you may need to know…
01. Dubliner Naoise Roo’s star has been on the ascendant, with a heavyweight voice to bear heavy subject matter.
02. Debut long-player Lilith released last year on bespoke tape label Little L Records, and quickly established herself and her band, going on to share bills with the likes of Elastic Sleep, and circumnavigating the Irish festival scene.
03. Streaming above is the bare-bones, single-shot video for For You, taken from Lilith.