Even the most vivid champions of this still-evolving Republic, even those Teflon-cloaked bankers who so disastrously “wore the green jersey” to try to pull the wool over investors’ eyes — your pension providers possibly — cannot but feel a sense of embarrassment, a sense of betrayal, that at least 42 schools must be reassessed, years after they were built, to establish whether they are safe places for our children.
Fri, 02 Nov, 2018
The Mayor of Berkeley says he would support a criminal investigation into how a balcony collapsed killing six Irish students on Monday night, Former staff at Clerys will protest outside the offices of the store’s new owner today, Shane Lowry will bid to stay patient at Chambers Bay this weekend after shooting his best round in a US Open on Thursday night.
Fri, 19 Jun, 2015
It is hard to fathom how in 21st Century Ireland views like those expressed by the DUP MP Gregory Campbell, that he would treat calls for an Irish language act as “no more than toilet paper”, can be articulated and defended in public?
Sat, 06 Dec, 2014
BOHEMIANS will have every reason to hope that they can advance to the third qualifying round of the Champions League after a second-half goal from Killian Brennan gave them a narrow victory over Welsh side TNS in a tense second-round, first-leg tie at Dalymount Park last night.
Wed, 14 Jul, 2010
VOICING his disappointment and disapproval on the Joe Duffy radio show at the sale of rosary beads in the shop in St Patrick’s Cathedral in Dublin, Wallace Thompson of the Evangelical Protestant Society, Belfast, said “rosary beads have no place within Protestantism and ought not to be found, for sale or otherwise, in a Protestant church.”
Thu, 14 Feb, 2008