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OPINION

Stardust fire - A tragedy that could strike again

AFTER 25 long, heartbreaking years since the devastation of the terrible Stardust inferno, the families of the 48 people who perished in the blaze still do not know what caused it.

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Bord na gCon - Minister should act on Taggart

THE press conference called by Paschal Taggart, the controversial chairman of Bord na gCon, was in direct and deliberate defiance of Sports Minister John O'Donoghue.

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Seven ways to improve TDs' public standing

THAT was a fascinating letter from Jason FitzHarris ('TDs and MPs: how they rate,' Irish Examiner, February 1).

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Let's follow British lead on aid to Ethiopia

ETHIOPIAN police recently shot and wounded 16 people, three of them seriously, when a procession by tens of thousands of Orthodox Christians turned violent.

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Spiritual basis of celibacy ignored

THE feature article by Fr Brian D'Arcy on priestly celibacy (Irish Examiner, January 27) was one of the most disingenuous I have ever read on that topic.

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The omnipresent media has let injury become an aspect of identity

By Terry Prone"We want to move on with our lives," say the wounded. "But before we can do so, we must have closure."

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LETTERS

Seven ways to improve TDs' public standing

THAT was a fascinating letter from Jason FitzHarris ('TDs and MPs: how they rate,' Irish Examiner, February 1).

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Let's follow British lead on aid to Ethiopia

ETHIOPIAN police recently shot and wounded 16 people, three of them seriously, when a procession by tens of thousands of Orthodox Christians turned violent.

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Spiritual basis of celibacy ignored

THE feature article by Fr Brian D'Arcy on priestly celibacy (Irish Examiner, January 27) was one of the most disingenuous I have ever read on that topic.

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