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Howard’s way

Parents wondering how to keep their children occupied this summer could do worse than follow the example of Greg Coughlan’s father.

12th May, 2007

Parents wondering how to keep their children occupied this summer could do worse than follow the example of Greg Coughlan’s father.

As a student, Coughlan was called home to Ballydehob in west Cork after his engineering exams in Cork RTC (now Cork Institute of Technology) every year and given the task of refurbishing houses bought for redevelopment by his father.

The experience of occasionally tripling the value of an investment was enough to...

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