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Questions of Cash: The Independent

Posted on May 28, 2008 · Posted in The Independent

Questions Of Cash: With vouchers, it pays to read the small print     Saturday, 24 May 2008 Q: As a result of a safety recall, I had to return.. read more

Radio Broadcast

Posted on May 16, 2008 · Posted in Broadcast

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Radio Broadcast

Posted on May 6, 2008 · Posted in Broadcast

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Why Derry needs Ilex

Posted on April 25, 2008 · Posted in Derry Journal

Paul Gosling responds to calls for Derry’s urban regeneration company to be scrapped. On a recent trip to Leicester, I was taken to the top of the council offices to.. read more

Tewkesbury floods leave Abbey bank customers up creek

Posted on April 25, 2008 · Posted in The Independent

Hundreds of customers of the Abbey bank will be without valid debit cards tomorrow, as the impact of the floods spreads. The manufacturer of Abbey’s debit cards is in Tewkesbury.. read more

Morning Programme on BBC Radio Foyle

Posted on March 14, 2008 · Posted in Broadcast

Morning Programme on BBC Radio Foyle, discussing local government reorganisation in Northern Ireland. Radio Broadcast

Questions of cash: Grammar school teaches a harsh lesson

Posted on July 21, 2007 · Posted in The Independent

Q. The son of friends of mine took an exam for entry into a private school, Hulme Grammar in Oldham. He passed and was offered a bursary. My friends still.. read more

Sunny side of the street: The right location is vital for every business

Posted on July 3, 2007 · Posted in The Independent

A large proportion of independent retailers close in their first year of trading. And the mistake of many, perhaps most, is that good ideas are ruined by opening in the.. read more

Why windfalls can be shortfalls

Posted on May 12, 2007 · Posted in Co-operative News

AT a dinner party about a century ago George Bernard Shaw reputedly sat next to a rather large and pompous lady, past her prime. “If I offered you a million.. read more

End of the line for the PFI?

Posted on April 27, 2007 · Posted in Public Finance

In the early days of New Labour, the Private Finance Initiative was seen as the only game in town for funding major public sector projects, but the Metronet crisis could.. read more

Reform on the curriculum

Posted on February 22, 2007 · Posted in Public Servant

Too many schools for too few pupils.  Paul Gosling considers what reform might mean for Northern Ireland’s education system – and for its divided society.

Merger = innovation

Posted on February 21, 2007 · Posted in Inside Housing

Paul Gosling explains how housing association mergers are bringing out some good ideas.