November 04, 2005

Ferns report: publication and availability

One in Four

The Ferns report is the first official inquiry report in recent years that has not been made available in electronic format, and cannot be downloaded from the internet.

On Tuesday the Government took a decision, based on legal advice from Attorney General Rory Brady, that the report would be made available only in traditional hard-copy format. ...

The Government has to date printed 3,000 copies of the Ferns report, 200 of which have now been sold.

The 271-page report is available through the Government Publications Office in Molesworth Street, Dublin, and at four bookshops in Co Wexford, priced 6.

Posted by kshaw at November 4, 2005 11:13 AM