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Back in 1979, I made the decision to accept Dr Demento as my personal savior. Since then, with the help of his apostles Spike, Al, Stan and Black-Eyed Susan Brown, I have made it my mission to spread the Gospel of the Firesign and the Word of the Waller. Please join me and my fellow seekers as we find the Wisdom we crave and the Rapture we deserve. A new sermon every Tuesday (and NO collection plate!).
Back in 1979, I made the decision to accept Dr Demento as my personal savior. Since then, with the help of his apostles Spike, Al, Stan and Black-Eyed Susan Brown, I have made it my mission to spread the Gospel of the Firesign and the Word of the Waller. Please join me and my fellow seekers as we find the Wisdom we crave and the Rapture we deserve. A new sermon every Tuesday (and NO collection plate!).
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Helping kingdom companies achieve transformational results with measurements beyond just the triple bottom line to include an Eternal value.
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Kenyan Luo (also known as "Dholuo") belongs to the Luo grouping within the Western Nilotic grouping of the Nilo-Saharan language family. It is spoken by the Luo people of Kenya and Tanzania, numbering about 3 million, who occupy parts of the eastern shore of Lake Victoria and areas south of there. It is used for broadcasts on KBC (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, formerly the Voice of Kenya) and Radio Ramogi. Dholuo is closely related to Lango, Acholi and Dhopadhola of Uganda. It is not to be ...
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ULSTER Bank has seen an increase in payments from borrowers who are in deep mortgage arrears, following last year's sale of a €1.4bn portfolio of distressed home loans to the US investment giant Cerberus.
THE High Court has referred to Europe a number of questions relating to a five-year extension of planning permission for a liquid gas terminal on the Shannon Estuary.
Movie and TV production firms claimed corporation tax credits totalling €95m in 2018 - more than double the €45m claimed in 2016. However, incorrect claims have led to a backlog being processed by Revenue Commissioners.
David Russell of Host Ireland explains why fixed wireless has to be part of the NBP. We meet the ...
The Dublin-based aircraft lessor Avolon has announced pricing of $1.1bn for a private placement due to close by 1 March.
Ulster Bank has reported an operating profit of €15m for 2018.
Datalex is cut jobs to save up to $10m (€8.8m) a year as the embattled Irish travel software firm deals with the aftermath of spiralling costs on a project with Lufthansa.
Operating losses at the Trump Doonbeg resort fell sharply to around €100,000 in 2018 as revenues further increased in the "best year" to date for the resort.
Euronext's acquisition of the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) paid off last year for the Paris-based company.
TROUBLED UK cafe operator Patisserie Holdings sold its two main businesses for a combined consideration of £13m (€14.8m) yesterday, administrators said.
Supermac's chief Pat McDonagh has got the green light to build an Obama Plaza-style development in Longford.
S&P Global Ratings has opened its new European headquarters in Dublin.
Supermac's chief Pat McDonagh has gotten the green light to build an Obama-style plaza in Longford.
Teckro, the Limerick-based biotech startup co-founded by brothers Gary and Nigel Hughes, has raised a new funding round of $25m (€22.1m).
Travel software firm Datalex is undertaking a cost restructuring program, which it said will impact outsourced contractors and employees.
Irish private equity investor MML Growth Capital Partners is looking to raise a new fund, with a target to raise €125m or more.
The Dublin-based post production firm, Windmill Lane Pictures returned to profit last year and enjoyed 'robust earnings' after three years of losses, writes Gordon Deegan.
The Dublin-based aircraft lessor Avolon has posted record profits of $717m (€634m) for 2018, a 30pc year-on-year rise.
The number of staff earning over €100,000 in remuneration at the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) and the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) rose by 15 to 261 in 2018.
Even a groundhog might get bored. Nurses striking for pay, huge overruns on a major capital project, day-to-day spending up by 7pc. Haven't we been here before? If we have, a shrewd investor could time the next national bankruptcy.
Dalata boss Pat McCann has joined a campaign seeking to stop more than 10,000 Irish savers being left out of pocket after Brexit.
Developer Johnny Ronan's Ronan Group Real Estate (RGRE) has entered into advanced negotiations with DLR Properties with a view to acquiring the Town Centre 3 (TC3) site at Cherrywood in south Dublin, the Irish Independent can reveal.
Silverstein Properties Inc., the developer that rebuilt lower Manhattan after the destruction of the Twin Towers in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, may begin work on its final World Trade Center skyscraper before signing a lease for the building.
Ross Shorten of Lisney is quoting an asking price of €4m for an 8.68 acre (3.5 hectare) residential development site in Donabate in north county Dublin.
Developer Noel Smyth is readying a plan to deliver a scheme of 100 Build-to-Rent (BTR) apartments on a seafront car park his company owns to the rear of St Michael's Hospital on Crofton Road in Dun Laoghaire, Co Dublin.
Agents Lisney and Morrissey's are expecting to see strong interest from a range of prospective purchasers for the landmark Magic Carpet public house in Cornelscourt in south county Dublin.
The industrial property market got the year off to a strong start in 2019, although some secondary properties are reported to be priced below development costs.
An extraordinary series of events have combined to transform our property markets, and are changing the supply of residential and commercial units. In particular, the operation of the residential development market has changed completely in five years or so, with implications for Irish society, and for estate agents.…
Joint agents CBRE and Colliers are quoting a rent of €35 per sq ft for space at the newly-transformed Seamark Building at Elmpark Green in Dublin 4.
Tullow Oil has reported a gross profit of $1.1bn (€973m) in 2018.
Cardboard box maker Smurfit Kappa has reported a 25pc increase in earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) in 2018 to €1.5bn, from €1.2bn in 2017.
IRELAND'S tax system continues to penalise risk takers and the country is in danger of being left behind in a new wave of global digital entrepreneurship, aviation executive Dómhnal Slattery has warned the Government.
Europe's second-highest court will rule tomorrow whether a Belgian tax break which benefited some 35 large companies is illegal state aid, a judgment which could provide clues to other tax cases involving Apple, Starbucks and Fiat Chrysler.
WITH Brexit coming down to the wire, Aer Lingus owner IAG has moved to limit ownership of the airline group by non-Euopean Union shareholders to 47.5pc.
KERRYGOLD has launched a new advertising campaign as part of its push to achieve €1bn in sales.
EVER got that free coffee and wondered if you really needed it? Stampify lets you donate it to help fight world hunger.
Developer Michael Cotter will be hoping to tap the flow of international investment into Dublin's office sector with the official launch to the market today of the Reflector building for a guide price of €155m.
Putting off infrastructure investment is an easy option for governments faced with challenges like Brexit, but spending in the area is needed for long-term growth.
Ireland's retail market for has become far less attractive for global investors, according to a new report from German firm Union Investment, an investment arm of DZ Bank Group.
THE EU should hand back tax payments it would receive on Irish imports from the UK if there's a no-deal Brexit, a leading accountants' group has warned.
BOOK and newspaper retailer Eason is seeking court approval for a demerger of companies within the group which could lead to some €60m being available for distribution to shareholders from sales from its property portfolio.
Pre-tax profits at an Irish arm of JP Morgan bank more than doubled to $22.68m (€20.1m) in 2017 in spite of an un-named key client of the bank exiting.
A JOINT venture between Coillte and the ESB to develop 1,000MW of wind farms could be up and running within a year if a deal between the pair can be finalised, according to Coillte CEO Fergal Leamy.
THE agency that regulates Irish Water paid out €202,638 in bonus payments to its staff in 2017 as losses reduced by 15pc to €1.09m.
TOO many cheap seats are being sold by airlines, and the sector will see a moderate decline in profitability this year, according to Dick Forsberg, head of strategy at aircraft leasing giant Avolon.
CENTRAL Bank governor Philip Lane has been formally nominated by eurozone finance ministers to be the next ECB chief economist.
Greencore's largest shareholder has boosted its stake in the sandwich-maker by tendering significantly fewer shares than it was entitled to under a share buy-back it had lobbied the company to launch.
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