Jody Corcoran -- "Let's put a few business people into the Cabinet" in the Sunday Independent, 18 April 2010. The Irish cabinet is awash with egotist teachers who crave respect outside the classroom. In fact, Ireland is run by teachers and country solicitors who comprise the Cabinet.
Alan Ruddock -- "Ten reasons why your outrage is justified" in the Comment section of the Sunday Independent, 18 April 2010. His reasons lead with "The State will have to spend almost €50bn buying dodgy loans from Ireland's banks, deliberately paying more than they are worth.
Willie O'Dea -- "Municipal bonds would allow councils to get cash" in the "Irish Life" section of the Sunday Independent, 18 April 2010. Municipal bonds would help raise local projects to a viable level. The local authority would pay bondholders a specified rate of interest annually and return the principals on a specific maturity date, usually in in 25 to 30 years.
Niall Stanage -- "Publish and be damned" in The Sunday Business Post Agenda magazine, 18 April 2010. The article weaves in and out of discussions about just how much the public has a right to know and the degree of graphic coverage of warfare in the public domain.
Last week: "Qik Sunday Independent from Ireland" 11 April 2010.
Last Year: "Qik Look at Sunday Independent and Others", 14 March 2010.
Niamh Connolly -- "Effect of online content on traditional media to be analysed" in the Sunday Business Post, 18 April 2010. Communications minister Eamon Ryan is to hold a national consultation on the impact of the internet, blogging and online content on the broadcast and print media.
Last year: "Sunday words" 12 April 2009.
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Image is a screenshot from the cover story of the 18 April 2010 Sunday Times Magazine about addicted online gamers. It's a story by Anmar Frangoul called "Logged on and switched off."