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OPINION

IRA assessment - Progress despite IMC reservations

DESPITE vehement IRA denials of reneging on pledges given last year, there can be little doubt some elements of the organisation are still actively engaged in criminality.

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Medical student places - Good news for health service

THE long overdue plan to more than double the number of medical students represents a significant step towards improving Ireland's ailing health service.

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Where will all the toxic ash go?

IAN HARTLEY (Irish Examiner letters, January 26) seeks clarification regarding the toxicity of incinerator emissions.

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Bike parts company to close

SRAM IRELAND, a bicycle components manufacturer, has announced it will be closing down its operations in Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary over the coming weeks and months.

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On the wrong track?

NOW tell me this: is Irish boxing gone to the dogs?

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Abuse claims require a balanced approach

MY recent performance on the Vincent Browne radio show discussion on the Child Abuse Commission has evidently been causing Ryle Dwyer sleepless nights. He has used a second column (Irish Examiner, January 28) to bash me.

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Cannabis use should not concern the State

I WRITE in response to Sean McKiernan's letter (Irish Examiner, January 30) which echoed Michael McDowell's view that even the smallest amount of cannabis is at the centre of a web of death and mayhem.

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Britain's private bus services set a high standard

IN the interests of fair play I must take issue with the nonsense on private bus services in Britain from Paul Kinsella (Irish Examiner letters, January 26).

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Racing round the law

THE boy racers are madly practising their handbrake turns as they roar along our empty rural backroads in the dead of night.

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Opposition play the immigrant card in a political race to the bottom

By Noel WhelanIT IS now open season on discussing immigration in our political system. Having been too retentive about the issue for too long, the pendulum has swung the other way.

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LETTERS

Where will all the toxic ash go?

IAN HARTLEY (Irish Examiner letters, January 26) seeks clarification regarding the toxicity of incinerator emissions.

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Bike parts company to close

SRAM IRELAND, a bicycle components manufacturer, has announced it will be closing down its operations in Carrick-on-Suir, Co Tipperary over the coming weeks and months.

MORE

On the wrong track?

NOW tell me this: is Irish boxing gone to the dogs?

MORE

Abuse claims require a balanced approach

MY recent performance on the Vincent Browne radio show discussion on the Child Abuse Commission has evidently been causing Ryle Dwyer sleepless nights. He has used a second column (Irish Examiner, January 28) to bash me.

MORE

Cannabis use should not concern the State

I WRITE in response to Sean McKiernan's letter (Irish Examiner, January 30) which echoed Michael McDowell's view that even the smallest amount of cannabis is at the centre of a web of death and mayhem.

MORE

Britain's private bus services set a high standard

IN the interests of fair play I must take issue with the nonsense on private bus services in Britain from Paul Kinsella (Irish Examiner letters, January 26).

MORE

Racing round the law

THE boy racers are madly practising their handbrake turns as they roar along our empty rural backroads in the dead of night.

MORE