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just compared the registered sales from Jan-Mar 2013 to registered sales Jan-Mar 2014 and this is what came out. A 40 percent drop in average house prices in Cavan, a 40 percent rise in average house prices in Sligo. The number of sales is quite small - 84 for Sligo during the Jan-mar period in 2014, and 69 in 2013, while Cavan had 81 sales in Jan-mar 2013 and 199 in Jan-mar 2014. Nationally, averages prices are up 3 percent from first quarter 2013 to first quarter 2014. But the range in changes to average prices by county is quite striking.

IRISH PROPERTY PRICE CHANGES 2013 2014

Looking at household property in Ireland for the first time since I’d say 2011 and this is some stuff I’ve been playing around with today. Based on the property price register for Jan-March 2014.
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Margaretta D’Arcy on the Saturday Night Show 22 March 2014, the day of her release from Mountjoy prison.

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This event will take place in the Mechanics’ Institute, Limerick, 25 March 2014 at 7pm. All welcome.

Facebook event link here.

The Bottom Dog, together with the Limerick Council of Trade Unions, invites you to a public seminar ‘Researching Finance in Ireland - a guide for trade unionists and activists’ - this Tuesday night, Feb 25th, 7pm, at the Limerick Mechanics Institute.

The seminar will be facilitated by Conor McCabe - author of ‘Sins of The Father: decisions that shaped the Irish Economy’. This event is a follow-on from his inspiring seminar series ‘Economics as if People Really Mattered’, which also took place at the Mechanics Institute through May and June of last year.

Conor McCabe is among the foremost critics of the Irish government’s economic policies; his work continues to shed light on the socially destructive character the financial interest, locally and internationally.

Tuesday’s event will be of interest to anyone concerned with developing understanding and/or researching in this area, particularly with respect to role of finance in Ireland’s economic decline, its continued power and influence - who benefits and who loses.

Join us on Tuesday night. All are welcome.

HAIL GLORIOUS SAINT PATTY

ST PATTY’S DAY

RUGBY, BANKS, AND BAILOUTS

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HAPPY ST. PATTY’S WEEKEND!

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BONO’S BIG IDEA

BONO TAX IRELAND PRICK

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