Tremelo wrote: »
I fail to see what his successor can hope to accomplish between now and March.
Sponge Bob wrote: »
Noel qualifies for "loss of office" payments of around €150,000 as well as his 3 pensions, he doesn't care about nuthin any more...except maybe the subsidised transport that the taxpayer gave him for so long
flazio wrote: »
Does this mean that over the next few weeks we'll see a huge improvement in Gaeltacht roads and road signs with the Irish more prominent then the English?
flazio wrote: »
Does this mean that over the next few weeks we'll see a huge improvement in Gaeltacht roads and road signs
Good riddance,” O’Leary told me. “Hopefully he’ll take the Dublin Metro with him on his way back to Trim. “It seems to me like some kind of bloody Green [Party] project,” he added. “I would have thought that Dublin airport has had more than enough billions wasted on it without building a metro to St Stephen’s Green for €6 billion when we’re broke.”
lxflyer wrote: »
The one thing he did do, and I will give him credit for this, is force Dublin Bus into a major restructuring of its operations into something that has an element of customer focus.
Any sort of changes have been blocked by the unions and other politicians for years, and for the first time the company is finally making changes to the network that are years overdue.
xper wrote: »
Dear lord, please tell me you're not serious. Network Direct may have had laudable stated goals but its actual implementation is an unholy disaster. The ineptitude is only outdone by FF's mis-government.