Wed, 20 May, 2020
The celebration of the first same-sex marriage in the North might lull you into the false belief that we are now living in a fully tolerant society that allows people to be who they are, but change does not come fully formed.
Fri, 21 Feb, 2020
If failing to prepare means preparing to fail, the question about how to prepare effectively must be broached by any self-respecting high performing athlete and coach. Mind you, there is no answer that will serve everyone equally.
Thu, 25 Jul, 2019
The so-called New IRA which admitted killing journalist and activist Lyra McKee during a night of riots in Derry’s Creggan estate may have announced its formation in July 2012, but its origins stretch back five years earlier, writes
Sat, 27 Apr, 2019
Concerns are mounting within the Gardaí and the PSNI at the spate of ATM robberies on both sides of the border – amid fears that some of the money may be diverted to dissident republicans.
Wed, 03 Apr, 2019
The campaign by Sinn Féin MEP Liadh Ní Riada for the Gearagh Woodlands in the Upper Lee Valley of Cork to be designated a Unesco World Heritage Site is a neat idea. It is, as she says, “a unique and ecologically important area of outstanding natural beauty and diversity.”
Thu, 21 Mar, 2019
A number of environmental groups have challenged research by the Economic and Social Research Institute that Irish consumers would pay significantly less for their gas if liquefied natural gas, or LNG, facilities were given the go-ahead.
Tue, 12 Mar, 2019