Regarding my letter entitled 'Aer Lingus charge has left me fuming' printed yesterday, I would like to advise that the £10 charge was refunded in a separate transaction.
I only noticed this after I had put pen to paper. So I suppose the moral of the tale is to get one's facts straight before going on a letter-writing rant!
Faced with that sort of voodoo health advice, perhaps the authorities should consider delivering mercury to all homes via the water supplies. While they are at it, they might want to add anti-freeze -- just to prevent the water freezing and the pipes bursting!
Montenotte Park, Cork
Carrick-on-Shannon, Co Leitrim
That is the best statement he has made for some time. I hope he means it as it is a waste of money.
College Green, Ennis
I refer to your recent article that charities have had a 20/40pc drop in income together with increased need for their services and wish to suggest a fairly painless way of raising funds.
This could be done by giving consumers a choice of rounding up utility bills to either the nearest one, five or ten euro and giving the balance to charity -- eg a bill of €86.20 becomes €87 with 80c going to charity.
Blackrock, Co Dublin