Thomas ‘Corkie’ Walsh: The Corkman who fired the first shot of 1916

Thomas Walsh of the Irish Citizen Army will be remembered at a ceremony in his native city next weekend, writes Niall Murray

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Fearless and free: Black Panther movie a defining moment for black America

Carvell Wallace on why the hit movie ‘Black Panther’ is a defining moment for black America.

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Time to put our eating disorders on the menu

By Joyce FeganShame and stigma have always been the big silencers in our society, but as a people, we have shown time and time again that we have the courage to ...

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Time’s Up, just not for poetic President

Time’s Up is a great campaign, and time’s up was a theme of the week. Time’s Up was established at the start of the year by a group of women in ...

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Ministers fail to lead by example on diesel

It is a case of ‘do as I say, not as I do’ for the Government, with dirty diesel cars being their vehicle of choice, writes Elaine Loughlin.

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Our excess insanity on gun control

Most Irish people adopted a high-moral-ground response to the latest gun slaughter at an American school. Sadness and sympathy were mixed, but an inability to understand ...

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MEPs’ plan to protect media most welcome

Even in this post-truth age, the pen can be mightier than the sword — even if a mouse and a keyboard are the weapons in the battle for the hearts and minds ...

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Warning on flooding rings alarm bells

It’s just over a week since two important blueprints — the national development plan (NDP) and the national planning framework — were published.

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Readers Blog: It seems like the tide is turning for Mná na hÉireann

Your readers might be interested in some facts about women.

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Readers Blog: Residential areas being decimated by student developments

I wish to alert your readership to the over-development of both private and purpose-built student accommodation, both current and proposed, in the southside of Cork ...

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