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Who gets to decide the price of a bus ticket?

Will pension funds own and operate the next generation of mass transit in Canada?

Like other large investment funds, pension funds in Canada and around the world have a lot of assets to put to work, and not enough attractive investment opportunities. 1,074 more words

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GovCamp Cymru 2016: Using behaviour change to improve public services

How can behaviour change theory help to embed ideas generated at unconferences into organisations? Dyfrig Williams outlines his pitch for GovCamp Cymru.

This year will be my third GovCamp Cymru, which for the second year in a row will be held the… 464 more words


THE EXECUTIONER ROLE - (OTE: $155,000 – $165,000+)

In the late 1700’s, in Roscommon, Ireland … a woman named Betty and her only son lived in horrible poverty. Although uncommon for someone raised in such conditions, Betty was literate … so she taught her son to read and write. 670 more words


Budget 2017: Unite calls for expenditure package of €2.8 billion

Unite’s proposals focus on investment and raising living standards

Union seeks restoration of Social Protection payments, increased Employer’s PRSI to fund Social Wage

September 12th:  Unite today published its 2017 Pre-Budget Submission.  401 more words

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Blue shoes. Size seven loafers, if we’re to be exact.

As she gifted them to me, it was with the comment that ‘her feet’ were ‘too wide’ for them, yet another hint at her low self-esteem. 998 more words


Waterford cardiac services: Unite members angry at further sidelining of city

Union accuses Government of moulding question to fit desired outcome

September 9th Unite, which represents thousands of current and retired workers in Waterford, including Waterford Glass pensioners, today slammed the Government’s decision not to site a second catheterisation laboratory at the city’s hospital. 184 more words

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