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OPINION

Racism report - Time to get tough on prejudice

CONSIDERING the sheer scale of the influx of migrant workers to Ireland it is inevitable, though by no means excusable, that racism has increased.

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Greyhound doping - Taggart must go for good of the sport

PASCHAL Taggart, the embattled chairman of Bord na gCon, should resign.

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No magic formula

IF only the Government of 'magic mushrooms' could apply the same resolve towards alcohol, speed and the continuing slaughter of our young and old on the roads.

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Notice to all pub lawyers: case closed

IN the last week or so, the country has seen unprecedented attention focused on the Wayne O'Donoghue trial. Offices, pubs and living rooms across the nation all became venues for heated debate.

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Real reason for fall in social spending

ONCE again, Sinn Féin's Arthur Morgan misses the point on tax and spending (Irish Examiner letters, January 26).

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ESB should consider going underground

IN obtaining wayleaves, the ESB has quite draconian powers compared to the Britain where the costs in rents and compensation to landowners are higher.

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Facing the facts

THOMAS HERLIHY (Irish Examiner letters, January 23) thinks the whole of Africa cannot support a cattle herd of 15 million.

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Heavy toll on new motorway to Dublin

HOW sad to read (Irish Examiner, January 31) that the Government is to persist with road tolls.

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Greyhound board kept juicy bits well away from dogs in the street

By Pat BrosnanIt might seem a safer bet for Bord na gCon employees to get sacked rather than put their money on something the trainer swears can tear around the track in record time.

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LETTERS

No magic formula

IF only the Government of 'magic mushrooms' could apply the same resolve towards alcohol, speed and the continuing slaughter of our young and old on the roads.

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Notice to all pub lawyers: case closed

IN the last week or so, the country has seen unprecedented attention focused on the Wayne O'Donoghue trial. Offices, pubs and living rooms across the nation all became venues for heated debate.

MORE

Real reason for fall in social spending

ONCE again, Sinn Féin's Arthur Morgan misses the point on tax and spending (Irish Examiner letters, January 26).

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ESB should consider going underground

IN obtaining wayleaves, the ESB has quite draconian powers compared to the Britain where the costs in rents and compensation to landowners are higher.

MORE

Facing the facts

THOMAS HERLIHY (Irish Examiner letters, January 23) thinks the whole of Africa cannot support a cattle herd of 15 million.

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Heavy toll on new motorway to Dublin

HOW sad to read (Irish Examiner, January 31) that the Government is to persist with road tolls.

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