Monthly Archives: September 2015

Royal City of Dublin Hospital dates back to 1832; now for sale but HSE state allocation of price circa euros5m for Community Health in South City

Irish Times 16th September 2015 http://www.irishtimes.com/…/baggot-street-hospital-could-generate-14-million-… Savills : selling agents http://www.savills.ie/ The HSE have decided to sell this bedraggled beauty of architecture dating back to 1832.  This is about history starting with the British Empire and Dublin as the second … Continue reading

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Therapy could prevent healthy kids from developing anxiety disorders

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Royal City of Dublin Hospital dates back to 1832; now for sale but HSE state allocation of price circa euros5m for Community Health in South City by Michelle Clarke

Source: Royal City of Dublin Hospital dates back to 1832; now for sale but HSE state allocation of price circa euros5m for Community Health in South City

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Publication Family History Galway Vindicator 1866. The O’Donnellan ffrench Blake-Forsters by Michelle Clarke

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Thousands of Empty Air Conditioned Tents? For the Hajj pilgrims (7ojjaj)?

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Backed by the U.S: Five human rights abusers you may Not heard of

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Backed by the U.S: Five human rights abusers you never heard of Lands of the free? You’ve probably never heard of Hissene Habre, but you should have. Former Chadian dictator (Hussein) Hissene Habre gesturing as…

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Pope Francis: bureaucracy and costly system currently in place for Church Annulments. A Path to Justice for one condemned by men in black in hidden Canonical courts by Michelle Clarke

9th September 2015 and Alice Philipson for Daily Telegraph http://www.telegraph.co.uk › News › World News › The Pope in Rome writes an article that allows me to finally understand that I was gravely ill-treated by the Roman Catholic Church.  Summoned to … Continue reading

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