Monthly Archives: November 2009

Take the green consumer challenge

In the Irish Independent today.
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Shopping in Northern Ireland

I grew up in Lisburn, Co. Antrim but my folks now live in Derry city. This means I have more opportunities than most to avail of the cheaper prices in Northern Ireland. Given the current recession, it’s a little harder now to feel sorry for retailers in the Republic whose businesses are suffering because of […]
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Death and digital assets

When it comes to having an online presence, I’m a bit of a late developer. Although I’ve had an email account since 1999, I only signed up to Facebook and LinkedIn last year. And after resisting for a matter of months, I’m now on Twitter and I’ve also just set up my own website/blog, without […]
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Irish Deaf News in ISL

I first started learning Irish Sign Language (ISL) more than 15 years ago while at college and have used it sporadically since then, but I’m still not as fluent as I would like to be. This is mainly because I only have a few deaf friends and don’t see them very often (partly due to […]
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The ‘Fair Deal’ explained

In the Irish Independent today.
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Great excuse to use a bicycle more often

I very much enjoy bicycles and cycling, but I’m not hugely fussed about the racing or sporting aspect of it as I am about bicycles as transport. I’ve owned a few bicycles in my time, most of them with practical but very unfashionable accessories such as mudguards and racks. But the one item that has […]
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