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Fancy a pint? Sounds good, doesn’t it?More
Aoife O’Rourke is uncomfortable around death and belives the tradition of the Irish Wake is morbid. (Irish Examiner readers blogs – May 2nd 2017) .More
My name is Alannah Murray and I'm one of the many people in Ireland with a disability.
Many moderate and reasonable people were no doubt surprised to read that an estate agent was fined on grounds of discrimination for having advised a single mum with a toddler, who was on a HAP housing scheme, that the owner of the property ‘would prefer to rent to a couple’.More
The recent decision of the UK to begin the process of leaving the European Union calls for fresh thinking on what has become known as ‘the totality of relationships’ on these islands.
“In Ireland when somebody dies, we lay ‘em out and watch ‘em for a couple of days” - Dave Allen, comedian.More
Five-minutes ahead. That is what I tell my son. Think five-minutes ahead and what impact will your actions have on others before you do them.More
As people age they become kinder to themselves and less critical of themselves. They become their own friend.More
Despite all the recent justifiable negatives about An Garda Siochana I personally have great respect and admiration for the rank and file members of the force.More
In his celebrated poem, “September 1913,” William Butler Yeats condemns the ruthless manner in which workers were locked out by their employers, giving rise to a winter of poverty and deprivation.More