Surely the government press centre is taking the mic

It’s tough going for the hard-working staff in Government Buildings, especially for the lucky few who work in the press off ice.

27th November, 2010
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It’s tough going for the hard-working staff in Government Buildings, especially for the lucky few who work in the press off ice. Every second day, it seems, there’s a massive press conference on which the eyes of the world are fixed. Late at night, early in the morning, whenever.

The press centre in Merrion Street hasn’t seen so much action in years.

The staff make strenuous efforts to facilitate...

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