• STUNNING Kellie Breen, featured recently in the south edition, has found a new
photographer and a new mood.
And already, these beautiful bromides have bought the Ballyfermot lass catalogue
and catwalk work.
Now, however, she wants to raise her profile with a “face of” campaign. And we reckon
she’s just the lady to raise an Irish product profile...and a male heartbeat.
We’ll be keeping an eye on her progress...
NEWS OPINION by Paul Kelly
IT’S NOT about the water any more. On Wednesday we march for justice. We’d like to
think that, next time we make a €500 million down-payment on a water system, we might
get a clean pipe or two. We’d like to believe that, when we scrap Health Boards for
a new super-service, we’d get more than a gaggle of remote, incompetent administrators.
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We’d like to think that when we “negotiate” with the IMF, the negotiator will do
better than sign us into slavery.
It’s easy to find Reds under the bed, or Greens behind the screen. But where do we
find ordinary justice — and the brains and bottle it takes to deliver it ? Not to
the current coalition, that’s for sure. They claim progress. They forget who won
it for them. You did. You cut corners. You scrimped and saved. You denied yourselves
the basics. So when do you get justice?
We have fighters. We have Joe Costello’s scathing brilliance. Shane Ross’s slightly
scary prescience. Cllr Tina MacVeigh’s articulateness and pluck. Left or right? Are
we so showered with talent that we can afford to choose? All of the above, and many
others, have something in common: Left or right, they have brains and bottle. Give
them a chance. Just be sure to ask them to afford each other the same courtesy.