Thursday 29 June 2017

Pubs are crucial to rural areas - protect them

Porter flows plentifully through the pipes and the Chardonnay may chill nicely in the fridge, but it's the broadband - or the lack thereof - that's your only man, if you're trying to run a bar in rural Ireland
Porter flows plentifully through the pipes and the Chardonnay may chill nicely in the fridge, but it's the broadband - or the lack thereof - that's your only man, if you're trying to run a bar in rural Ireland
Editorial

Editorial

The balladeer used to lament the anguish of "the pub with no beer," but vintners today have other, very first world problems.

Yesterday we heard the plaintive cry of the pub with no broadband.

Porter flows plentifully through the pipes and the Chardonnay may chill nicely in the fridge, but it's the broadband - or the lack thereof - that's your only man, if you're trying to run a bar in rural Ireland.

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