Perhaps the only utterance Brian Lenihan has made in recent weeks that everyone can agree upon is how resilient we are as a people.
Through centuries of oppression, despite a devastating famine, through two World Wars, a War of Independence, a Civil War and 30 years of conflict in Northern Ireland, we’re still here.
The European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund will come and go, and when the current crisis has abated (and it will abate), we will still be here.
Waterford was once a thriving manufacturing port city. Our port has moved to the deeper waters of Belview, the true value of which will become more apparent in future years, while our manufacturing power has waned.
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