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Leinster House reception desk cost taxpayers €110k

A tender document released to The Sunday Business Post states that the desk has been fabricated by a specialist Irish furniture company

2nd July, 2017

Around €110,000 of taxpayers’ money has been spent installing a new granite stone and patinated bronze reception desk in Leinster House. The reception desk in the Leinster House 2000 building, which is the more modern part of the complex, has recently moved from one side of the entrance area to the other.

A tender document released to The Sunday Business Post states that the desk has been fabricated by a specialist Irish furniture company and...

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