Kerry Counsellor Danny Healy-Rae should have had to look into the eyes a bereaved family member before he tabled his drink driving proposal, writes Christina Donnelly, whose son was killed by a drunk driver in 2009.
Each address in the state, including each flat in a block and each house in a townland, will have its own Eircode.
The last four numbers in the seven digit code will be completely random and this has led to criticisms that the codes could mean that one incorrect digit could lead to emergency services being sent in the complete wrong direction.
So today we’re asking, Do you think the Eircode postcodes are a good idea?
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