Organisation: The Guardian
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The biggest story in sport this week was not really a story about sport. At least, not on the surface.
Fri, 04 Oct, 2019
An Irish firm which provides services to Apple has confirmed that job losses are on the cards after a “client project” finished early.
Wed, 21 Aug, 2019
A new climate study has shown the projected climate change of major cities across the world by 2050 and the results are startling.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2019
Britain has seen a new record temperature has been set for 2019, with the mercury expected to keep rising.
Sat, 29 Jun, 2019
Leopard print is back in style but should it remain a largely feminine print, or can men rock it too?finds out
Tue, 11 Jun, 2019
The Government seems intent on making going home after school impossible for as many children as they can, says.
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019
If there's one way to deflect from the Olympics being routinely mired in scandals - it's to make make it more hip and urban for the kids.
Thu, 28 Mar, 2019
There has been some consternation since the story broke in The Sunday Times that John Delaney had given a €100,000 loan to the Football Association of Ireland (FAI) in 2017.
Wed, 20 Mar, 2019
I’M JUST back from Slow Food Terra Madre Salone Del Gusto 2018, the biggest international event dedicated to food — 1.2m people attended in 2016.
Sat, 20 Oct, 2018
In 2015 The Guardian named Cork's Mary Harris, or “Mother Jones”, among the world's all-time top ten revolutionaries – alongside the likes of Che Guevara, Robespierre, Trotsky and Gandhi. But who was Mother Jones, asks, and what made her such a threat?
Fri, 12 Oct, 2018
It is a pity that Pope Francis' radical message is drowned out by repeating ad nauseam the mantra, “clerical sex abuse”, suggests
Thu, 30 Aug, 2018
What did you expect? You tell the world about your lifestyle, your habits, your likes and dislikes, your hopes, dreams and fears. And then you discover that the world is not offering a sympathetic ear, but instead milking you for all you’re worth?
Sat, 24 Mar, 2018
looks at what’s events are happening at the moment
Fri, 15 Dec, 2017
The Government has issued a renewed warning that the UK must come up with a solution to the issue of the border between the North and the Republic if Brexit negotiations are to progress.
Thu, 30 Nov, 2017
A major international leak of more than 13 million files - known as the Paradise Papers - reveal how the super-rich invest vast amounts of money in offshore tax havens.
Sun, 05 Nov, 2017
Martin Glenn, the Football Association's under-fire chief executive, has revealed that a black woman was deliberately chosen by the governing body to investigate racist allegations surrounding former England Women's manager Mark Sampson.
Thu, 21 Sep, 2017
Proposals for new restrictions to cut numbers of low-skilled migrants from Europe following Brexit have been revealed in a leaked Home Office paper.
Tue, 05 Sep, 2017
Formal Brexit talks are resuming in Brussels with the Government under additional pressure from Labour's dramatic promise to keep the UK in the single market and customs union after March 2019.
Mon, 28 Aug, 2017
A clinician who treated Charlie Gard has said the baby's last days were turned into a soap opera with him being kept alive for people such as Donald Trump and the Pope.
Sat, 05 Aug, 2017
When Myer Bookman was born in Hibernian Buildings on Albert Road in 1891, to a Jewish family from Russia, he could hardly have dreamt how his birth could still be having repercussions in European identity politics more than a century later.
Fri, 21 Jul, 2017
The head of Ireland's Industrial Development Authority (IDA) has confirmed that more than a dozen London-based financial houses and banks will transfer their EU activity to Dublin.
Fri, 30 Jun, 2017
Donald Trump has told Theresa May he does not want to go ahead with his controversial state visit to the UK if it is going to lead to large-scale demonstrations, according to a report.
Sun, 11 Jun, 2017
Police raided two addresses in east London on Sunday, in the wake of the van and knife rampage in which seven people were killed and 48 injured.
Tue, 06 Jun, 2017
IT is possible to argue that Facebook is more influential and has a greater reach than history’s most successful empires.
Tue, 23 May, 2017
Marks & Spencer has pulled its adverts from Google following concerns that they were appearing alongside extremist content.
Mon, 20 Mar, 2017
White men are now an "endangered species" in top business jobs as women and ethnic minorities are promoted to the senior positions, Tesco's chairman has said.
Sat, 11 Mar, 2017
Two men went on trial at Cork District Court yesterday on charges arising from an investigation of alleged use of illegal migrant workers in the fishing industry.
Thu, 16 Feb, 2017
Thu, 26 Jan, 2017
Mon, 16 Jan, 2017
KFC China has become one of the first fast-food restaurants in the world to use facial recognition technology for serving customers
Wed, 11 Jan, 2017
Italy's new Prime Minister is to ask Parliament to back a move to borrow €20bn which would be used to help the country's troubled banks.
Tue, 20 Dec, 2016
The Garda Commissioner’s use of her private email account has highlighted the issue of cyber security. Acclaimed author and investigative journalist Luke Harding tells why he certainly does not consider email to be private messaging.
Tue, 22 Nov, 2016
I will fight until I am a toothless granny against the full-time institutionalisation of babies and toddlers, writes .
Thu, 13 Oct, 2016
Britain plans to use entry points to the Republic of Ireland as its front line in combating post-Brexit illegal immigration, according to a report.
Mon, 10 Oct, 2016
Jeremy Corbyn has urged Labour MPs in the UK to unite behind him if, as expected, he is returned as party leader with an even bigger mandate from grassroots members.
Sat, 24 Sep, 2016
Wed, 10 Aug, 2016
Wed, 10 Aug, 2016
European stocks slid to their lowest in nearly four months and sterling continued to fluctuate as investor jitters intensified ahead of Britain’s EU membership referendum next week.
Tue, 14 Jun, 2016
Liverpool may boast a proud record in Europe but it is their opponents, Sevilla, who enter the history books tonight.
Wed, 18 May, 2016
Ken Livingstone has been suspended by Labour for “bringing the party into disrepute” following an anti-Semitism row.
Fri, 29 Apr, 2016
Iceland’s prime minister has resigned amid controversy over his offshore holdings.
Wed, 06 Apr, 2016
Ireland is the fourth most regulated ‘nanny state’ in the EU, according to a new report that ranks countries by their policies on eating, smoking, and drinking.
Thu, 31 Mar, 2016