Last week in this paper, Paul Rouse analysed the GAA’s ticket price increase with his customary skill. Offering a wider context to those price increases was his trump card, because it deployed one of the GAA’s strongest core beliefs against itself: that it is a game, or games, of the people, writes
Mon, 28 Jan, 2019
The artist Anthony Haughey has taken an interesting tack to commemorate the centenary of the 1913 Dublin Lockout, as part of a strand at this year’s Cork Film Festival. He’s put together a programme of films that celebrate workers’ rights from around the world.
Fri, 15 Nov, 2013
BANKERS have spent a good portion of the last couple of years trying to convince a jaded populace that they have seen the error of their avaricious ways, but their recent conduct belies any feeble attempts at faux humility.
Wed, 07 Nov, 2012
Workers at the Vita Cortex plant in Cork are planning a “major escalation” of their protest following the company’s refusal to take on board the guidance offered by mediation officials who attempted to find a solution to the four-month-long dispute.
Mon, 30 Apr, 2012