I am a survivor of the Irish State run Industrial Schools and I attended the event on May 11 in Trinity College. I observed that Mr Finlay was in attendance throughout but was unaware he was a columnist for your paper.
Fri, 17 May, 2019
Thank you to the staff at the Irish Examiner, for helping me locate my old friend, Gerald West, from Co Cork. I wrote to the Examiner because, when I lived in Cork, in 1972, the Examiner was our regular newspaper. That’s why I thought that if the Irish Examiner wrote about my quest, Gerry would read it. How happy I am to have made that decision, because a number of your readers showed Gerry the piece you printed.
Thu, 03 Jan, 2019
Helen Cullen left her job at 2FM to move to London and pursue her dream of writing. The resultant ‘The Lost Letters of William Woolf’ falls into the booming genre of ‘Up Lit’ — and yes, it showcases her love of letter writing. She talks to
Sat, 07 Jul, 2018