Monthly Archives: December 2016

Rental Increases and the Merseyside Derby…

One might have thought after the collapse of the Celtic Tiger bubble we would have figured out the role of housing in our society. It doesn’t appear to be the case. As measured by the consumer price index, Irish inflation fell … Continue reading

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Another New Year; Life Is About Taking Risks

Another year almost down. Where did it go you ask? It is hard to believe we are now heading into 2017. The turn of the year always makes me more introspective. As I look forward to 2017, below are two … Continue reading

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Reflecting on my 10 weeks learning about Radio

I recently completed a 10 week Diploma Course in Radio Production, run by the Today FM School of Radio, in partnership with the Independent College Dublin. The course is designed to give students a flavour of how the radio industry … Continue reading

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