Letter to the Editor: Jack Charlton was Ireland’s most loved Englishman

Letter to the Editor: Jack Charlton was Ireland’s most loved Englishman

Death of former Republic of Ireland soccer manager who brought joy to the entire country

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Letter to the Editor: A bit uninspiring but funny

Letter to the Editor: A bit uninspiring but funny

In this time of trouble, we need a laugh and Noah Lyles, a fast runner but not as fast as initially thought, provided it.

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Letter to the Editor: Lessons we could learn from pandemic

Letter to the Editor: Lessons we could learn from pandemic

Covid-19 crisis has shown that we should put the elderly and those with disabilities on top of Government agenda

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Letter to the Editor: Johnson's Covid-19 shambles

For those interested in objective reports on controversial health events, the Forum report in the Irish Examiner on Saturday, July 4 is the best I have read on the ...

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Letter to the Editor: Justice delayed is justice denied?

Letter to the Editor: Justice delayed is justice denied?

I write as a former chairman of the Garda Reprehensive Association of the Limerick Division of An Garda Síochána, now long retired, to express my admiration ...

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Letter to the Editor: Quarantine for new arrivals  must be a legal obligation

Letter to the Editor: Quarantine for new arrivals  must be a legal obligation

The current situation of “quarantining” those arriving in Ireland requires some reflection. People, commentators, the tourism industry and newspaper ...

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Letters to the Editor: Our disregard for nature has yet to run its course

Letters to the Editor: Our disregard for nature has yet to run its course

It is sickening to read that Ireland has been referred to the European Court of Justice for its failure to safeguard 423 sensitive wildlife habitats. Apart from ...

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Letters to the Editor: Selfless Holohan guided us through darkest days

Letters to the Editor: Selfless Holohan guided us through darkest days

"A giant of a man in terms of his service to the state and its citizens, he has piloted our collective boat thus far through the choppiest of seas, spawning a constancy ...

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Letters to the Editor: Catfighting in Dáil lowers tone of public conversation

Letters to the Editor: Catfighting in Dáil lowers tone of public conversation

Cat fighting in Dáil lowers the tone

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Letters to the Editor: Eamon Ryan should lead by example and get his helmet on

Letters to the Editor: Eamon Ryan should lead by example and get his helmet on

As a leader of Government espousing all things green, I am surprised each time I see Eamon Ryan filmed cycling with no sign of a helmet.

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Letter to the Editor: Where is the welcome for Irish abroad?

Letter to the Editor: Where is the welcome for Irish abroad?

Mary Robinson, when she was president, famously displayed a candle in the window of Áras an Uachtaráin to signal to Irish people abroad that they would ...

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Letter to the Editor: What does lack of public toilets say about Cork?

Letter to the Editor: What does lack of public toilets say about Cork?

The lack of public toilets in Cork City shows a contemptuous disregard for an essential public need, says our letter writer. Picture: Dan Linehan

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Letters to the Editor: Irish politics' realignment to a distinct 'left' and 'right'

Letters to the Editor: Irish politics' realignment to a distinct 'left' and 'right'

"Saturday 27th June, 2020, will go down in our history as one of the most momentous days in Irish politics."

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Letter to the Editor: Opening the pubs is a precipitous move

Letter to the Editor: Opening the pubs is a precipitous move

We are alarmed at the decision to allow pubs that serve food to reopen on June 29.

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Letters to the editor: What has happened to Fianna Fáil?

Letters to the editor: What has happened to Fianna Fáil?

My ballot papers sits on the desk in front of me; for the third time in a week I have taken it out hoping for divine inspiration.

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Letter to the Editor: Caring for the most vulnerable

Letter to the Editor: Caring for the most vulnerable

It is late June 2020 and Ireland seems to have weathered Covid-19’s initial wave.

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Letter to the Editor: Green Party needs a quick history lesson

Letter to the Editor: Green Party needs a quick history lesson

Even a brief investigation by the Green Party to remind themselves of the track record and the legacy left because of the performance of both Fine Gael and Fianna ...

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Letter to the Editor: Gardaí must avoid being alone when out on patrol

Letter to the Editor: Gardaí must avoid being alone when out on patrol

There have been a number of incidents where Gardaí have come to the untimely deaths while patrolling alone.

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Letter to the Editor: Aer Lingus uses crisis to slash pay and axe 500 jobs

Letter to the Editor: Aer Lingus uses crisis to slash pay and axe 500 jobs

Aer Lingus are going through some hard times. However the crisis is temporary.

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Letters to the Editor: Aer Lingus is using Covid-19 as an opportunity for restructuring

Letters to the Editor: Aer Lingus is using Covid-19 as an opportunity for restructuring

Aer Lingus has cut wages by 70% which is the highest wage cut ever seen in Ireland in the 21st century. On top of the wage cut Aer Lingus has imposed changes to ...

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Letters to the Editor: You can't talk to an empty chair

Letters to the Editor: You can't talk to an empty chair

The prospect now of Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael in government together - no matter who they are propped up by - does not represent the change that people voted ...

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Letters to the Editor: Role of landlords must be examined

Letters to the Editor: Role of landlords must be examined

I am also a resident in the area living next door to a student-let property owned by a landlord who does not live in the area and does nothing to encourage responsible ...

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Letters to the editor: Electorate has become insignificant

Letters to the editor: Electorate has become insignificant

It began with Brexit, day after day, listening to the Brits telling us how superior and better than the rest of Europe they are. Including ourselves. Boring-Boring-Boring. ...

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Letter to the Editor: Greyhound allocation same as every year

Letter to the Editor: Greyhound allocation same as every year

I refer to the article headed ‘Greyhound body defends accelerated fund access’ (Irish Examiner, Friday, June 12).

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Letter to the Editor: Why no protests on behalf of the Uighurs?

Letter to the Editor: Why no protests on behalf of the Uighurs?

One hopes that the protests over the killing of George Floyd reduce the number of unnatural deaths in police custody in the US, whilst allowing the police there ...

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