CAN YOU FIND MICHAEL’S LOST LOVE? (West edition, June 5)
WE LEARN the romantic story of an “our eyes met” moment that occurred many years
ago, and the efforts of one man to find the lady who made that moment memorable.
Movingly, the man in question is a widower, and says he saw a vision in which his
late wife gave her blessing to her husband’s new love...
• READ the astounding story of how a pioneering Grand Rapids doctor may have found
the key to curing deadly the neuroblastoma cancer.
Learn how Whitehall, Co. Dublin’s “bravest little fighter” Robyn Smyth may be amongst
the first children in the world to benefit from this miracle cure....
All in the Local News North edition, arriving in your area on Thursday, July 2, 2015.
ON OUR front page (Local News West, 3 February) we exposed blunders by communications
regulator ComReg that led to the blacking out of 20,000 Liffey Valley television
sets, affecting 60,000+ viewers.
• That the crucial 2.6 GHz band had been unnecessarily shelved by ComReg for the
remainder of 2016 • That they had mis-read EU regulations, and wrongly favoured smartphone
companies (over TV/cable companies) for that waveband, this depriving Virgin Media
TV viewers of service.
Now, as promised, we reproduce in full our challenge to ComReg chief Jeremy Godfrey.
We asked him why the 2.6 GHz license has been allowed to expire on April 18, without
there being an auction or transfer process well in advance.
And we questioned the ComReg policy of favouring smartphone companies as bidders.
Read our story, our full letter, and the ComReg reply, by clicking on the red READ
MORE strip below each of the three items, right. > > >
OUR FRONT PAGE STORY:
20,000 WEST DUBLIN TVs TO BE BLOCKED
A SERIES of blunders by state regulator ComReg could see thousands of households