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# limerick-city - Saturday 12 February, 2011

Daily Fix: Saturday

Today we’ve heard promises on crime fighting, cutting 145 state bodies and companies, and further arguments between Fine Gael and Labour over their economic policies.

# limerick-city - Friday 11 February, 2011

Daily Fix: Friday

Michaéal Martin says no to Golden Handshakes; Leo Vardakar ruffles some feathers; and John Gormley just wants the simple things in life – like rewriting the Constitution.

EU wants banks recapitalised "as soon as possible"

Olli Rehn’s spokesman said the European Union thought Brian Lenihan’s delay was “temporary” – but still wants it done.

# limerick-city - Thursday 10 February, 2011

Daily Fix: Thursday

The highs and lows of today’s campaign trail…

Noonan casts doubt over Lenihan's recapitalisation story

The Fine Gael spokesman says he believes Brian Lenihan didn’t receive the approval of the EU or IMF before his announcement.

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Who's outstroked whom?

Was postponing any further bank recapitalisations a prudent political move brought about by Fine Gael pressure, or an epic Fianna Fáil masterstroke?

FF and FG to launch duelling fiscal policies

The Dáil’s two largest parties will both launch their fiscal plans at 11am, with 15 days to go until voting day.

# limerick-city - Tuesday 8 February, 2011

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Who would make a better Finance Minister?

Have your say in our daily Face Off.

# limerick-city - Friday 4 February, 2011

Daily Fix: Friday

Politicians blow hot and cold with Vincent Browne; James Reilly is on his tod with the girls; and the sun shines on a Fine Gael/Labour coalition.

# limerick-city - Thursday 3 February, 2011

Parties clash over pre-election economic plans

Is FG changing its policies every day? Does Labour want to hand power to the EU? Is FF’s plan vague with “woolly targets”?

Jobs and economy to top today's election agenda

Fianna Fáil, Labour and Sinn Féin will talk economic policy today, after Fine Gael yesterday unveiled its five-point plan.

# limerick-city - Tuesday 1 February, 2011

Willie O'Dea insists he's paid price of incorrect affidavit

Limerick TD and former minister says his name was cleared by a detailed investigation and he now hopes he can help Fianna Fáil in the election run.