The recent death of Caroline Flack has once again brought the issue of internet trolls and cancel culture back into public discourse.
Róisín Maher is from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, and is the artistic director and co-founder (with her sister Clíona) of the Finding a Voice concert series in Clonmel on March 6-8.
Through the daring with which it has lifted the curtain on the British royal enterprise, Peter Morgan’s saga ‘The Crown’ has moved into in a class of its own, says Giles Harvey
It’s a unique time capsule that gives us a snapshot of women’s history through fashion.
Any death in custody raises suspicions, but Jeffrey Epstein’s jail cell suicide does much more.
This week, two priests took up opposing positions on what is and is not appropriate for a Catholic funeral Mass.
As we say in Ireland, Meghan is damned if she does and damned if she doesn’t, partly because she’s a woman and partly because she’s a human of colour, writes Joyce Fegan
This is a man’s world. The airside tarmac, as Air Force One touched down in Shannon, was dotted in men
Stefanie Preissner takes Siobhan Howe on a trip down memory lane in her native Mallow, and explains why the town will always be home to her.
So that’s Tuesday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
A sequel to the Oscar-winning film Forrest Gump was completed by the same writer, Eric Roth in 2001, but was never to be because of 9/11.
Meghan Markle is my princess. I love her girly enthusiasm and her expressive eyes and her impossibly gorgeous figure.
Best-selling novelist Sinead Moriarty lives in Dublin with her husband and three children, aged 13, 12, and 9. Her latest book Our Secrets and Lies is published by Penguin Books.
The recently departed editor of the hugely influential ‘Vanity Fair’, Graydon Carter will be hugely missed as one of a disappearing breed of fearless reportage, says Kyran Fitzgerald
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The Government is to convene an emergency housing summit next week in the wake of the deaths of two homeless people and amid stinging criticism of Taoiseach Leo Varadkar.
Luxury shoemaker Jimmy Choo, which is being bought by US retailer Michael Kors, yesterday said its pre-tax profit for the half year almost tripled, helped by its retail and licensing businesses.
A CHARISMATIC personality can have influence far beyond the import of the cause they advance or the values they represent.
The moment when Lady Diana Spencer said "I will" to Britain's Prince of Wales has been released online.
IRA informer turned author Sean O'Callaghan has died aged 63, a close friend has said.
It was Mother Teresa who wrote: “If you want to change the world, go home and love your family.”
On the eve of what would have been Princess Diana’s 56th birthday, Ryle Dwyer reveals her hidden Irish connections.
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Diana, Princess of Wales recorded an account of her struggle with bulimia and anxiety over her relationship with Charles, it has been reported.
A campaign has been launched in Tipperary to purchase a castle in which the ancestors of both Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana once lived.
The ambivalence of Joe Brolly towards Colm Cooper shouldn’t shock nor should it surprise, writes John Fogarty.
The one thing we don’t educate ourselves about is the inevitability of having to cope with the ageing process, writes Terry Prone.
Alan Foley is the artistic director of Cork City Ballet, and also runs the Alan Foley Academy of Dance. He is directing the forthcoming production of Giselle at Cork Opera House, from November 10-12.
British Asian comedian Shazia Mirza isn’t afraid to joke about subjects others wouldn’t touch,
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Bill Clinton confided in Tony Blair about his worries for Princess Diana’s sons after her death in remarks that underscore the close relationship between the ex-US president and former British prime minister.
Will Prince Charles’ once maligned mistress be fully accepted as his partner, his queen, asks
Clodagh Finn meets the man who coached the Iron Lady and Princess Di on how to speak to be taken seriously.
Last week, we learned a lot about the quality of public mourning when it is put to the test. We also had a reminder of the depressing prejudice that persists in this society, writes Michael Clifford
What a challenge! A Corkman gets to sample all the food and drink being served on the world’s largest luxury cruise liner and he get’s paid for it.
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