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  • Like Google, But On Paper | Broadsheet.ie
    building material and for leveling coffee tables Reply pedeyw October 7 2015 at 12 22 pm The lack of landline wouldn t account for the Golden Pages which is also way smaller I imagine most businesses have landlines Reply meadowlark October 7 2015 at 12 17 pm We had a landline The only people who called were my grandparents and cold callers We got rid of it A perfect waste of money it was I imagine we re not alone in that Reply Cup of tea anyone October 7 2015 at 12 44 pm I have a landline It comes with the internet I got a phone to check the line was working once Hasn t been plugged in since waste of money I love it though when you see offers of half price internet for 6 months but you then find out internet is 10 a month and the line rental is 30 Reply milkteeth October 7 2015 at 12 47 pm People must be paying less to advertise in them who needs to Now when you want a plumber you look online Reply Mario Balotelli October 7 2015 at 1 43 pm Ah yes 500 or so of these in our communal recycling skip the other day Such a pointless waste Could you not sign up for them or something Reply spud1 October 7 2015 at 2 46 pm I thought they all went opt in a few years back Reply Starina October 7 2015 at 4 13 pm total waste of trees should have gone the way of the dinosaurs by now Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym

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  • books | Broadsheet.ie
    1 01 pm December 4 2014 Give the gift of READING The truly Independent Bookshop The basement of 17 South William Street Dublin Thomas Morris writes A group of Independent Dublin publishers have opened a pop up bookshop on South William Street from now until Christmas The publishers include Columba Press Irish Academic Press Liberties Press The Lilliput Press Little Island New Island The Salvage Press The Stinging Fly Swan River Press and many other magazines and journals Staff from the publishers are manning the shop and all the books are ones that were published by the above I work for Stinging Fly I t s a rare thing to have so many publishers coming together like this And it s a truly independent venture We ll be having an official opening party TODAY Thursday from 6 30pm and there ll be mulled wine chocolate treats and many a special offer Everyone is welcome The Independent Bookshop 11am to 7pm 8pm on Thursdays until December 23 Posted in Misc and tagged books Independent Bookshop at 1 01 pm on December 4 2014 by Bodger Seems About Right Chompsky at 11 32 am November 29 2014 Avril Clarke tweetz Looks like someone forgot to change the titles in the Oireachtas bookshop Posted in Misc and tagged books Oireachtas at 11 32 am on November 29 2014 by Chompsky Someday Your Prints Will Come Bodger at 5 07 pm November 20 2014 Small Lives a lovingly detailed screen printed anthology Maybe TOMORROW Ruth Hallinan writes I am holding a launch TOMORROW that I thought some of your readers might be interested in I run a small publishing project called Poddle Publications that screen prints handmade books I have spent the last year producing a limited run of a screen printed anthology called

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  • phone | Broadsheet.ie
    295 270 I m sorry how much uncrate Posted in Tech and tagged phone simple at 12 26 pm on July 31 2015 by Chompsky Public Inconvenience Chompsky at 11 55 am June 15 2015 Scarlet Phibsbernel qrites 4 Smart Telecom boxes in Phibsborough Unused in 9 years Can double as lavatory No charge must be able to collect Posted in Misc and tagged kiosk phone at 11 55 am on June 15 2015 by Chompsky Evolution Chompsky at 8 40 am May 7 2015 ilovecharts Posted in Tech and tagged phone size at 8 40 am on May 7 2015 by Chompsky One Off The Wrist Chompsky at 9 39 am April 27 2015 Niall writes Apple Watch Shmapple Watch Nokia did it back in the day before it was cool or remotely practical Posted in Misc and tagged phone watch at 9 39 am on April 27 2015 by Chompsky Ring Ring Niall Murphy at 7 03 am January 12 2015 jameschapman Posted in Comics and tagged multilingual phone at 7 03 am on January 12 2015 by Niall Murphy Forever Niall Murphy at 1 48 pm December 19 2014 jimbenton Posted in Comics and tagged battery phone at 1 48 pm on December 19 2014 by Niall Murphy Autocorrect Niall Murphy at 8 21 am October 1 2014 C H Posted in Comics and tagged message phone at 8 21 am on October 1 2014 by Niall Murphy Bigger Than Yours Niall Murphy at 12 03 pm September 17 2014 C H Posted in Comics and tagged comparison phone at 12 03 pm on September 17 2014 by Niall Murphy Post navigation Older posts Search for Latest Comments manolo on All About Optics linbinius on All About Optics classter on Inside Job sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq on All

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  • Inside Job | Broadsheet.ie
    At the time they seemed like something out of the Space Age You got in a spotlessly clean lift to get to your door Your heating came up through the floor Everyone was very friendly It was The Future I ve always wanted to go back and see how things progressed but never found the time Too late now I suppose Reply Niallo October 7 2015 at 8 39 pm Google dystopia Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 53 pm Strangely enough the only person I still know who lived in that flat was a newborn baby at the time and the primary reason I was dragged along on a visit She lives on my road now as far from Ballymun as you can get without living near a shop that sells black wellington boots She s doing well for herself Reply classter October 7 2015 at 8 47 pm I m shocked they didn t leave one block in place refurb it Those towers are an important part of the social cultural historical history of Dublin Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 54 pm I agree Reply classter October 7 2015 at 9 01 pm social cultural architectural history Obviously As opposed to historical history Reply linbinius October 7 2015 at 8 50 pm Lived there as a kid in the 80 s The under floor heating WAS exceptional Couldn t vouch for the rest though Reply Leave a Reply to bisted Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Notify me of followup comments

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  • Inside Job | Broadsheet.ie
    the time they seemed like something out of the Space Age You got in a spotlessly clean lift to get to your door Your heating came up through the floor Everyone was very friendly It was The Future I ve always wanted to go back and see how things progressed but never found the time Too late now I suppose Reply Niallo October 7 2015 at 8 39 pm Google dystopia Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 53 pm Strangely enough the only person I still know who lived in that flat was a newborn baby at the time and the primary reason I was dragged along on a visit She lives on my road now as far from Ballymun as you can get without living near a shop that sells black wellington boots She s doing well for herself Reply classter October 7 2015 at 8 47 pm I m shocked they didn t leave one block in place refurb it Those towers are an important part of the social cultural historical history of Dublin Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 54 pm I agree Reply classter October 7 2015 at 9 01 pm social cultural architectural history Obviously As opposed to historical history Reply linbinius October 7 2015 at 8 50 pm Lived there as a kid in the 80 s The under floor heating WAS exceptional Couldn t vouch for the rest though Reply Leave a Reply to The horny priest Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Notify me of followup

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  • Inside Job | Broadsheet.ie
    At the time they seemed like something out of the Space Age You got in a spotlessly clean lift to get to your door Your heating came up through the floor Everyone was very friendly It was The Future I ve always wanted to go back and see how things progressed but never found the time Too late now I suppose Reply Niallo October 7 2015 at 8 39 pm Google dystopia Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 53 pm Strangely enough the only person I still know who lived in that flat was a newborn baby at the time and the primary reason I was dragged along on a visit She lives on my road now as far from Ballymun as you can get without living near a shop that sells black wellington boots She s doing well for herself Reply classter October 7 2015 at 8 47 pm I m shocked they didn t leave one block in place refurb it Those towers are an important part of the social cultural historical history of Dublin Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 54 pm I agree Reply classter October 7 2015 at 9 01 pm social cultural architectural history Obviously As opposed to historical history Reply linbinius October 7 2015 at 8 50 pm Lived there as a kid in the 80 s The under floor heating WAS exceptional Couldn t vouch for the rest though Reply Leave a Reply to Mikeyfex Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Notify me of followup comments

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  • Inside Job | Broadsheet.ie
    the time they seemed like something out of the Space Age You got in a spotlessly clean lift to get to your door Your heating came up through the floor Everyone was very friendly It was The Future I ve always wanted to go back and see how things progressed but never found the time Too late now I suppose Reply Niallo October 7 2015 at 8 39 pm Google dystopia Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 53 pm Strangely enough the only person I still know who lived in that flat was a newborn baby at the time and the primary reason I was dragged along on a visit She lives on my road now as far from Ballymun as you can get without living near a shop that sells black wellington boots She s doing well for herself Reply classter October 7 2015 at 8 47 pm I m shocked they didn t leave one block in place refurb it Those towers are an important part of the social cultural historical history of Dublin Reply sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq October 7 2015 at 8 54 pm I agree Reply classter October 7 2015 at 9 01 pm social cultural architectural history Obviously As opposed to historical history Reply linbinius October 7 2015 at 8 50 pm Lived there as a kid in the 80 s The under floor heating WAS exceptional Couldn t vouch for the rest though Reply Leave a Reply to sǝɯǝɯ ʇɐ pɐq Cancel reply Your email address will not be published Required fields are marked Name Email Website Comment You may use these HTML tags and attributes a href title abbr title acronym title b blockquote cite cite code del datetime em i q cite s strike strong Notify me of followup

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  • Bodger | Broadsheet.ie | Page 2
    technology that allows us to run our treatment plants differently it allows us to retrain and re skill people and it allows us to actually move to the level that a modern utility would have in terms of staffing Jennings Is it all going to be through natural wastage or is there going to be a voluntary redundancy scheme McNicholas I think there ll be a combination of natural wastage I think there will be redeployment within the local authorities and yes I would say there will be some form of voluntary redundancy Jennings Has a redundancy scheme been approved McNicholas What we ve done at this point is that we ve looked at the service delivery model that s there today we ve looked at international benchmarks we ve looked at our expenses and utility and we ve set out what we believe we need to do Later Jennings What about your wage bill I mean if some of the public servants are going to get a pay increase or a pay restoration in this Budget or in the next few because of the long term service deal with the plans that you have in place a 12 year deal isn t that going to increase your overall wage bill McNicholas At the end of the day what we have is got a balance here where we re going to be able to drive efficiencies into it If there are wage increases that are part of that and that s a normal part of any business that you re going to have wage increases Jennings Yeah but you don t have any control over those wage increases They re going to be set by Government McNicholas But we have a service level agreement where we will carry the costs of the staff that are there and if there are wage increases we ll have to take that into account But we have to deliver the efficiencies of 1 1billion That s the reality for any business Jennings Where s the money going to come from This 5billion investment that you talked about Where s it going to come from McNicholas The 5billion it ll come from a number of sources First of all we have a new source of revenue with domestic billing which will bring in 2billion of revenue over the term of this plan As we drive efficiencies into the business that creates cash that s generated for the business and it all creates the capacity for us to borrow money in the marketplace and we ve already funded the business over a billion in borrowings to date Jennings Borrow money from the marketplace I m just looking at your investment plan you talk about the establishment of an effective commercial semi State company This is all at odds with what Eurostat describes Irish Water as being a non market entity controlled by the Government and therefore should be classified within the Government sector Or to quote them again the commercial basis of Irish Water is that of a heavily subsidised public monopoly McNicholas And that s a reality at the starting point so we do not need to pass the NCT to deliver this business plan The Government prudently set out in its capital spending for Irish Water to be on its balance sheet for the term of the plan so we don t need to pass the NCT Over time and one of the things Eurostat did say that it was far too early because it was a start up utility to make a judgement on it So over the period of this plan we deliver and we ve already delivered significantly in the last two years in terms of transforming our water services As we deliver over the next number of years we will start to move on that journey from a public sector public service delivery model to a commercial semi State model Jennings Yes but when you talk about raising capital of 5billion for the course of this seven year plan that s Government borrowing isn t it McNicholas Not necessarily so We ve already borrowed a billion in Irish Water 800million of that in short term facilities have come from our own relationship banks and international banks As a utility as a company in its own right we have the capacity and as we drive the efficiencies into the business we have greater capacity Jennings But you re not a separate company you ve said you re not a separate company you re effectively part of Government McNicholas We are legally a separate company Yes we are funded or subsidised by Government as we start from the beginning of the journey and we re only at the start of the creation of a new national utility which will be here for the next 40 years of course that transition takes time Later Jennings You said 2billion of that 5billion will come from people paying their water bills How many have paid so far this year McNicholas We re reaching close to the end of the second cycle and the team would indicate to me that we re gonna get about 54 per cent of people paying the second bill a 10 per cent increase on the first bill I ve said it many times that we re only at the start of this utility It s two billing cycles It ll be at least 12 months before Jennings So 54 per cent of people have paid so far McNicholas By the end of the cycle which is in the next week or so the estimate the team tells me Jennings Do you know how many people have paid so far McNicholas We re almost at 54 per cent as we said today just under 53 78 I believe Jennings Do you know how many people have paid their first bill but not paid their second bill McNicholas I don t have

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