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
A teacher who spoke out about teacher pay at a school board meeting in the US was handcuffed by a law officer as she screamed on the floor while the officer tried to gain control of her in a brief struggle.
Wed, 10 Jan, 2018
A copy of an Adolf Hitler speech has been found at the home of a 23-year-old white suspect accused of killing two black men and firing on a family, in a string of attacks that police say may have been racially motivated.
Tue, 19 Sep, 2017
Rescuers are continuing to search waterlogged neighbourhoods in Houston, Texas, as officials turn their attention to finding temporary housing for those in shelters in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.
Fri, 01 Sep, 2017
US president Donald Trump dug in defiantly in his response to racial violence in Virginia, echoing the position of white nationalists by intensifying his opposition to the removal of monuments to the pro-slavery Civil War Confederacy.
Fri, 18 Aug, 2017
Priests who fail to tell police about suspected child sexual abuse should face criminal charges, even if they learn of abuse during a confidential religious confession, Australia's most powerful investigative authority has recommended.
Mon, 14 Aug, 2017
Donald Trump’s habit of peddling hype and fabrication emerged unabated in the first presidential debate while Hillary Clinton played it cautiously in her statements, though not without error. They both denied making statements that they are on the record as saying.
Wed, 28 Sep, 2016