One of the very first lessons in the How To Get Along In Politics Handbook (Haughey, Mandelson et al, 1978) is how to run down the clock in a television or radio studio.
Wed, 23 Oct, 2019
Fri, 21 Oct, 2016
Is it expecting too much for the people to grasp that, even if all the banking debt disappeared, the hard reality is that it costs more to run Ireland than it generates in taxes.
Tue, 29 Apr, 2014
Gangs of New York in Kenmare, must rank as one of the more unusual gatherings in 2013.
Tue, 27 Aug, 2013
Sometimes you have to pinch yourself, take a deep breath and listen carefully to be sure that you heard what you thought you heard.
Mon, 20 May, 2013
Even though the American Civil War ended nearly six decades before our own, that country, still the world’s biggest economy, still the great superpower, seems polarised in a way unimaginable in contemporary Ireland or Europe.
Wed, 05 Sep, 2012
TERRY Prone writes about building a new era out to the wreckage of the old, how the present financial disaster could be transformed into an opportunity for Ireland (Irish Examiner, April 6).
Wed, 08 Apr, 2009
THE recent controversy over the help given by Bertie Ahern to Norman Turner in obtaining a passport has revealed the existence of a separate service operated by TDs for their constituents.
Tue, 19 Feb, 2008
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