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August 29: More golden memories of the Oyster
IT was with regret, sadness and nostalgia that I learned of the burning down of the Oyster Ballroom, Dromkeen. Like so many of my generation, I have very happy memories of those few short years dancing there. In those teenage years, and in my early twenties, the main page of the Limerick Leader was the one that carried the name of the showband playing in Dromkeen on Sunday night. All other articles were secondary. May I suggest inviting the public to send in photos taken at the Oyster during the various dances. The response might be of great interest to many. 1
 

Patricia Feehily - Don't Mind Me

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John B Keane

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Liam Croke - Making Cents

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Liam Croke: Why it pays to know what your real taxation rate is
How much tax are you really paying? I received an interesting email from a reader last week, asking me whether an increase in his salary as a result of him possibly taking on a new role within his company was going to justify him applying for it – and accepting if offered the promotion. The new role, in his own words, whilst exciting, was going to involve longer hours and a lot more responsibility. He was just not sure if it was going to be worth it.
 
 
 

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