Paul Dempsey

Last updated on 2006-11-29T19:50+0300.

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Paul Dempsey says ( about Wars ) : "It starts when the Europeans first came here, and it continued through the Great World Wars, the Korean Conflicts … and the ongoing conflicts that we all know our Canadian forces are participating in today," External link

barrie Friday, November 12, 2021 6:06:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “We just don't want it to end in a synod; it has to be something that continues in the life of the Irish Church” External link

independent-ie Friday, February 26, 2021 8:02:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “real action to improve the lives of mothers and children today, would be a fitting tribute to those who suffered in mother and baby homes” External link

irishtimes Friday, January 15, 2021 3:31:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “personally, I found it refreshing to hear someone with Bono’s fame, name the essence of what Christmas is truly about, something, in my opinion, which has been notably absent in recent times” External link

irishtimes Wednesday, December 23, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

portstephensexaminer Sunday, November 22, 2020 1:31:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

dailyadvertiser Thursday, November 19, 2020 2:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

bordermail Thursday, November 19, 2020 1:46:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

maitlandmercury Thursday, November 19, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

theherald-au Friday, November 6, 2020 7:40:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

theherald-au Friday, November 6, 2020 7:40:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : ''You know, he’s a six-foot-seven guy with a furrowed brow, so people take him [at face value]. He’s actually one of the funniest guys I know". Another classic merch item on the kitchen shelf puts the in-joke in perspective: the Paul Dempsey bobblehead was a hit with fans around the time of his last solo album, 2016's Strange Loop . The pitch on the box says, "Tap the giant noggin and watch that troubled head dance!!" "If I had to sum up my most frequent subject matter, my ‘well’, if you like, it’s human fallibility," he says. "It’s endless. And it can be funny and sad; political, social, romantic or whatever and just interesting in so many different ways. It can give you funny songs or whimsical songs or — or deeply depressing songs," he allows with a laugh. Light and dark. The balance of light and dark is finer than ever on the trio’s seventh album. Dempsey reckons he left the "overtly political" behind with The Official Fiction in 2003, a record mired in the cynicism of the Bush/Iraq era. "These [new] songs are small, individual universe kind of stories," he says. The way they come across — less dense, more head-bobbling if you will — is partly down to Ashworth’s determined influence. "We’ve spent our career resisting the easy hook," she says, as he stifles an objection. Her husband’s prodigious musicality — perfect pitch, annoying fluency on everybody else’s instruments — has been known to amount to a certain degree of complexity. "And I kind of knew that [musician, mixer and producer] Howie Beck, from his own records and projects that I’ve heard, that he had a bit of a pop [preference]," Ashworth says. "And that he and I could conspire against Paul". Beck’s mix, in Toronto, was the final step in the band’s typically methodical and entirely self-determined album construction plan. First, as always, came the meticulously detailed demos, layered in the spare bedroom upstairs. Fans have since become well acquainted with the white-walled, instrument-lined attic space during lockdown, as the pair performed an evolving stream-fest of covers, rarities and long-range duets. Thematic references to the end of the world as we know it were entirely coincidental. Next, they took the family — Miller, 9, is in school today — to enjoy the spectacular ocean panoramas of La Cueva Studios outside Byron Bay, co-owned by Bernard Fanning (he duets with Dempsey on one song, Situation Room ) and American expat producer Nick DiDia, whose work includes Powderfinger, Pearl Jam and Bruce Springsteen. This was all pre-COVID-19, of course. So any thematic references to the end of the world as we know it were entirely coincidental. "Paul wanted to call the album The Garden of Frozen Billionaires ," Ashworth reveals. It’s a line from the song The Last Resort , which describes a surreal future meeting in Queenstown, New Zealand, aka "the Armageddon bunker", where Silicon Valley escapees are reportedly buying up property in preparation for the imminent apocalypse. "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," Dempsey explains. "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town". Says Ashworth: "I think you were reading Don DeLillo. So yeah, this idea was quite a central focus for Paul. But I said, ‘You have to resist calling it that because it reduces an album that has so many different ideas to being about one thing’. It’s too brutal". Sculpture garden of Eden. Dempsey smirks. "The garden represents Eden but you know, it’s like you’ve stumbled into this new beginning, but there’s all these frozen billionaires everywhere. And then you’re faced with the decision of, do I thaw them out and tell them what happened? Or do I just make a sculpture garden and turn them into art pieces as a symbol of what went wrong? To me, that’s hilariously funny. But we’ll see". The survivors of the last resort are just two of the lost souls seeking connection who make the album’s heart beat. "Richard don’t make me come looking for you in Los Angeles," goes the opening of the first track, All The Great Minds . It seems to be about one friend trying to save the other from Hollywood delusions that turn deadly in the last verse. Metaphor or what? Blue Bird , which Dempsey will shortly retire upstairs to perform solo and exclusively for readers of The Age and Sydney Morning Herald (video below), is another intimate conversation between survivors. "It’s sort of a country song," Dempsey says. "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what". Here and throughout the album, "there is a bit of a sense of different people wandering in a post-something landscape. But what that something is isn’t really stated". 'Everything’s on fire. But there’s a bar here where you can go forget about it all.' Stephanie Ashworth, Something for Kate. Says Ashworth: "Everything’s on fire. But there’s a bar here where you can go forget about it all". We laugh because it’s true. At a time when their Melbourne neighbours are rushing back to sanitised bar stools after months in their respective bunkers, it all feels weirdly prescient. One of those bars — and another one back in Mornington — are suddenly keeping Clint Hyndman incredibly busy. He started his hospitality empire 14 years ago, around the time Dempsey began work on his first solo album, Everything Is True . At that time, some assumed Something for Kate had reached the inevitable exhaustion that’s befallen most of their peers from the Big Day Out generation. Six years after their 20th anniversary tour, their ongoing livelihood is a rare distinction. "Paul and Steph have been together since the band started," Hyndman says. "I think it’s become a bit more important to mention that if you’re talking about how we’ve been together so long, it’s because of how they work together as a couple. "Hopefully we might at least be able to get together in a rehearsal room in a few weeks’ time,'' External link

theherald-au Friday, November 6, 2020 7:40:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explains : "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town" External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "It’s sort of a country song," "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what" External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explains : "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town" External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "It’s sort of a country song," "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what" External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explains : "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town" External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "It’s sort of a country song," "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what" External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explained : "I chose 'Duc in Altum,' meaning, 'Put out into the deep.' It is taken from Luke 5:4. " External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, September 12, 2020 2:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey added : “My vision, my hope, my dream for the Diocese of Achonry, is that we, the people, priests, religious and bishop, listen to that call of Christ in a renewed way today” External link

leinsterleader Tuesday, September 1, 2020 4:05:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : "All the indications are pointing to the fact, that despite the lifting of some restrictions on the 5th May, schools will probably not open in the near future and that due to health and safety concerns, large gatherings of people will not be allowed to take place for quite some time. " External link

leinsterleader Friday, April 24, 2020 1:31:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said ( about Team ) : "This is extremely disappointing for the children, their families, the school communities and those of us on the Parish Team. " External link

leinsterleader Friday, April 24, 2020 1:31:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : "It is with regret that we have had to postpone my Episcopal Ordination as Bishop of Achonry which was planned for Sunday 19 April. " External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, March 28, 2020 3:28:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : "People are tuning into Mass every week from their kitchens, bedrooms, back gardens. The Church is about community and the Church is reaching out even if people can't come to Mass. " External link

leinsterleader Thursday, March 26, 2020 2:33:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey claims : “This decision has been difficult but it would not have been appropriate to proceed with the ordination at this time” External link

oceanfm Thursday, March 19, 2020 6:02:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey wrote : “the Church community needs to enter into a period of deep reflection” External link

irishtimes Monday, January 27, 2020 7:15:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “The Webmill has space for 45 staff which will bring direct employment on the campus to 160. We had those numbers in the 1990s and we hope to bring them back up, providing a better work life balance,” External link

leinsterexpress Saturday, December 28, 2019 2:17:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “When I built my house one of the planning conditions was that I could not install gable end windows over looking this site (which was farmland at the time). I duly complied and all I am asking now is that this same condition apply to this section in Block A of this building," he said. "The section is overlooking the rear of my property where I have developed at a significant cost a small but private safe and secure amenity/play area for my family and in particular my grandchildren and as such I believe this development will have a significant negative impact from a privacy a visual and a quality of life perspective on my family. "I request that an alternative design be requested off the developer to eliminate or minimise the impact on my property and family,” External link

leinsterexpress Friday, September 13, 2019 1:57:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “The Webmill has space for 45 staff which will bring direct employment on the campus to 160. We had those numbers in the 1990s and we hope to bring them back up, providing a better work life balance,” External link

leinsterexpress Monday, August 12, 2019 1:41:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “Initially, X-rays showed that Chance suffered spinal injuries and nothing could be done to help him other than rest and physiotherapy, but I really wanted to see if I could do more for him,” External link

independent-ie Wednesday, July 27, 2016 11:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “Chance didn’t like it (wheelchair) much and despite spending a few weeks gradually getting him use to his hind legs being supported by wheels, he was not enjoying it and he seemed depressed,” External link

independent-ie Wednesday, July 27, 2016 11:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said ( about British ) : "The international demand for British TV shows is clear. This survey shows it is the range and qua lity of our programming that keeps global audiences coming back for more" External link

independent-ie Friday, February 20, 2015 3:33:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said ( about British ) : "The international demand for British TV shows is clear. This survey shows it is the range and qua lity of our programming that keeps global audiences coming back for more" External link

belfasttelegraph Friday, February 20, 2015 3:26:00 AM EAT



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Paul Dempsey

Last updated on 2006-11-29T19:50+0300.

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Paul Dempsey says ( about Wars ) : "It starts when the Europeans first came here, and it continued through the Great World Wars, the Korean Conflicts … and the ongoing conflicts that we all know our Canadian forces are participating in today," External link

barrie Friday, November 12, 2021 6:06:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “We just don't want it to end in a synod; it has to be something that continues in the life of the Irish Church” External link

independent-ie Friday, February 26, 2021 8:02:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “real action to improve the lives of mothers and children today, would be a fitting tribute to those who suffered in mother and baby homes” External link

irishtimes Friday, January 15, 2021 3:31:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “personally, I found it refreshing to hear someone with Bono’s fame, name the essence of what Christmas is truly about, something, in my opinion, which has been notably absent in recent times” External link

irishtimes Wednesday, December 23, 2020 10:27:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

portstephensexaminer Sunday, November 22, 2020 1:31:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

dailyadvertiser Thursday, November 19, 2020 2:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

bordermail Thursday, November 19, 2020 1:46:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "People are just so relieved and everyone is really proud of how everyone rose to the challenge and squashed it," "London and Paris and a lot of other cities had the same numbers as us in early July and they're doing a lot worse now. Everyone wants to high five, but you're not allowed to" External link

maitlandmercury Thursday, November 19, 2020 12:52:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

theherald-au Friday, November 6, 2020 7:40:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

theherald-au Friday, November 6, 2020 7:40:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : ''You know, he’s a six-foot-seven guy with a furrowed brow, so people take him [at face value]. He’s actually one of the funniest guys I know". Another classic merch item on the kitchen shelf puts the in-joke in perspective: the Paul Dempsey bobblehead was a hit with fans around the time of his last solo album, 2016's Strange Loop . The pitch on the box says, "Tap the giant noggin and watch that troubled head dance!!" "If I had to sum up my most frequent subject matter, my ‘well’, if you like, it’s human fallibility," he says. "It’s endless. And it can be funny and sad; political, social, romantic or whatever and just interesting in so many different ways. It can give you funny songs or whimsical songs or — or deeply depressing songs," he allows with a laugh. Light and dark. The balance of light and dark is finer than ever on the trio’s seventh album. Dempsey reckons he left the "overtly political" behind with The Official Fiction in 2003, a record mired in the cynicism of the Bush/Iraq era. "These [new] songs are small, individual universe kind of stories," he says. The way they come across — less dense, more head-bobbling if you will — is partly down to Ashworth’s determined influence. "We’ve spent our career resisting the easy hook," she says, as he stifles an objection. Her husband’s prodigious musicality — perfect pitch, annoying fluency on everybody else’s instruments — has been known to amount to a certain degree of complexity. "And I kind of knew that [musician, mixer and producer] Howie Beck, from his own records and projects that I’ve heard, that he had a bit of a pop [preference]," Ashworth says. "And that he and I could conspire against Paul". Beck’s mix, in Toronto, was the final step in the band’s typically methodical and entirely self-determined album construction plan. First, as always, came the meticulously detailed demos, layered in the spare bedroom upstairs. Fans have since become well acquainted with the white-walled, instrument-lined attic space during lockdown, as the pair performed an evolving stream-fest of covers, rarities and long-range duets. Thematic references to the end of the world as we know it were entirely coincidental. Next, they took the family — Miller, 9, is in school today — to enjoy the spectacular ocean panoramas of La Cueva Studios outside Byron Bay, co-owned by Bernard Fanning (he duets with Dempsey on one song, Situation Room ) and American expat producer Nick DiDia, whose work includes Powderfinger, Pearl Jam and Bruce Springsteen. This was all pre-COVID-19, of course. So any thematic references to the end of the world as we know it were entirely coincidental. "Paul wanted to call the album The Garden of Frozen Billionaires ," Ashworth reveals. It’s a line from the song The Last Resort , which describes a surreal future meeting in Queenstown, New Zealand, aka "the Armageddon bunker", where Silicon Valley escapees are reportedly buying up property in preparation for the imminent apocalypse. "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," Dempsey explains. "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town". Says Ashworth: "I think you were reading Don DeLillo. So yeah, this idea was quite a central focus for Paul. But I said, ‘You have to resist calling it that because it reduces an album that has so many different ideas to being about one thing’. It’s too brutal". Sculpture garden of Eden. Dempsey smirks. "The garden represents Eden but you know, it’s like you’ve stumbled into this new beginning, but there’s all these frozen billionaires everywhere. And then you’re faced with the decision of, do I thaw them out and tell them what happened? Or do I just make a sculpture garden and turn them into art pieces as a symbol of what went wrong? To me, that’s hilariously funny. But we’ll see". The survivors of the last resort are just two of the lost souls seeking connection who make the album’s heart beat. "Richard don’t make me come looking for you in Los Angeles," goes the opening of the first track, All The Great Minds . It seems to be about one friend trying to save the other from Hollywood delusions that turn deadly in the last verse. Metaphor or what? Blue Bird , which Dempsey will shortly retire upstairs to perform solo and exclusively for readers of The Age and Sydney Morning Herald (video below), is another intimate conversation between survivors. "It’s sort of a country song," Dempsey says. "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what". Here and throughout the album, "there is a bit of a sense of different people wandering in a post-something landscape. But what that something is isn’t really stated". 'Everything’s on fire. But there’s a bar here where you can go forget about it all.' Stephanie Ashworth, Something for Kate. Says Ashworth: "Everything’s on fire. But there’s a bar here where you can go forget about it all". We laugh because it’s true. At a time when their Melbourne neighbours are rushing back to sanitised bar stools after months in their respective bunkers, it all feels weirdly prescient. One of those bars — and another one back in Mornington — are suddenly keeping Clint Hyndman incredibly busy. He started his hospitality empire 14 years ago, around the time Dempsey began work on his first solo album, Everything Is True . At that time, some assumed Something for Kate had reached the inevitable exhaustion that’s befallen most of their peers from the Big Day Out generation. Six years after their 20th anniversary tour, their ongoing livelihood is a rare distinction. "Paul and Steph have been together since the band started," Hyndman says. "I think it’s become a bit more important to mention that if you’re talking about how we’ve been together so long, it’s because of how they work together as a couple. "Hopefully we might at least be able to get together in a rehearsal room in a few weeks’ time,'' External link

theherald-au Friday, November 6, 2020 7:40:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explains : "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town" External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "It’s sort of a country song," "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what" External link

brisbanetimes Friday, November 6, 2020 8:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explains : "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town" External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "It’s sort of a country song," "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what" External link

smh Friday, November 6, 2020 8:17:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "As you can see, we’ve been busying ourselves in lots of new creative ways," External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "There’s this idea, I guess; you grow up feeling like things can only ever get better," External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explains : "They had to change the foreign ownership laws and visa controls in New Zealand because all these billionaires were buying up all the land because the bedrock around there is so solid, and the access to clean water is great," "You know, it’s a ski resort town. But the way things were going, a lot of people thought it was going to be the last resort town" External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey says : "It’s sort of a country song," "And it’s probably the most traditional kind of love song on the record, but I guess it’s two people ducking into a bar to escape from something. Blue Bird references, I guess, just the noise of society. Things being overrated or things being underrated and just that constant talk about dead celebrities and who’s wearing what" External link

theage Friday, November 6, 2020 8:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey explained : "I chose 'Duc in Altum,' meaning, 'Put out into the deep.' It is taken from Luke 5:4. " External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, September 12, 2020 2:29:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey added : “My vision, my hope, my dream for the Diocese of Achonry, is that we, the people, priests, religious and bishop, listen to that call of Christ in a renewed way today” External link

leinsterleader Tuesday, September 1, 2020 4:05:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : "All the indications are pointing to the fact, that despite the lifting of some restrictions on the 5th May, schools will probably not open in the near future and that due to health and safety concerns, large gatherings of people will not be allowed to take place for quite some time. " External link

leinsterleader Friday, April 24, 2020 1:31:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said ( about Team ) : "This is extremely disappointing for the children, their families, the school communities and those of us on the Parish Team. " External link

leinsterleader Friday, April 24, 2020 1:31:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : "It is with regret that we have had to postpone my Episcopal Ordination as Bishop of Achonry which was planned for Sunday 19 April. " External link

independent-ie-regional Saturday, March 28, 2020 3:28:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : "People are tuning into Mass every week from their kitchens, bedrooms, back gardens. The Church is about community and the Church is reaching out even if people can't come to Mass. " External link

leinsterleader Thursday, March 26, 2020 2:33:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey claims : “This decision has been difficult but it would not have been appropriate to proceed with the ordination at this time” External link

oceanfm Thursday, March 19, 2020 6:02:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey wrote : “the Church community needs to enter into a period of deep reflection” External link

irishtimes Monday, January 27, 2020 7:15:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “The Webmill has space for 45 staff which will bring direct employment on the campus to 160. We had those numbers in the 1990s and we hope to bring them back up, providing a better work life balance,” External link

leinsterexpress Saturday, December 28, 2019 2:17:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “When I built my house one of the planning conditions was that I could not install gable end windows over looking this site (which was farmland at the time). I duly complied and all I am asking now is that this same condition apply to this section in Block A of this building," he said. "The section is overlooking the rear of my property where I have developed at a significant cost a small but private safe and secure amenity/play area for my family and in particular my grandchildren and as such I believe this development will have a significant negative impact from a privacy a visual and a quality of life perspective on my family. "I request that an alternative design be requested off the developer to eliminate or minimise the impact on my property and family,” External link

leinsterexpress Friday, September 13, 2019 1:57:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “The Webmill has space for 45 staff which will bring direct employment on the campus to 160. We had those numbers in the 1990s and we hope to bring them back up, providing a better work life balance,” External link

leinsterexpress Monday, August 12, 2019 1:41:00 PM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “Initially, X-rays showed that Chance suffered spinal injuries and nothing could be done to help him other than rest and physiotherapy, but I really wanted to see if I could do more for him,” External link

independent-ie Wednesday, July 27, 2016 11:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said : “Chance didn’t like it (wheelchair) much and despite spending a few weeks gradually getting him use to his hind legs being supported by wheels, he was not enjoying it and he seemed depressed,” External link

independent-ie Wednesday, July 27, 2016 11:12:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said ( about British ) : "The international demand for British TV shows is clear. This survey shows it is the range and qua lity of our programming that keeps global audiences coming back for more" External link

independent-ie Friday, February 20, 2015 3:33:00 AM EAT

Paul Dempsey said ( about British ) : "The international demand for British TV shows is clear. This survey shows it is the range and qua lity of our programming that keeps global audiences coming back for more" External link

belfasttelegraph Friday, February 20, 2015 3:26:00 AM EAT



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profesor norteamericano16.67%ES01/05/201705/01/2017
manager33.33%EN10/20/201620/10/2016
suspect16.67%EN05/31/201631/05/2016
Names Lang Count
Paul DempseyEN84.85%
Paul DempseyFR9.09%
Paul DempseyES6.06%


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