Tue, 09 Feb, 2016
Thu, 19 Nov, 2015
Several events over the last few days showed how, and probably why, so many of us have become disengaged from the political process despite the unattractive consequences of that indulgence. As this disengagement accelerates it leads to a growing disenchantment that, like it or not, can only be resolved by engagement.
Tue, 14 Oct, 2014
Thousands of students from every corner of the country are beginning their first year at college. Arlene Harris talks to four people at the top of their field to find out how they got to where they are today, and what advice they would give to first year students.
Sun, 21 Sep, 2014
Almost nine years ago, on the night of November 2, 2005, Patrick O’Kelly, a 61-year-old security guard, fell from his bed in the then Mid-Western Regional Hospital in Limerick where he was being treated for a suspected stroke. Within hours of that accident, his family was summoned to his bedside to be told that Mr O’Kelly was dying.
Wed, 10 Sep, 2014
A family that was denied compensation from a shortlived Government scheme when a father of eight and his son died off Donegal was the kind of thing expected in a Third World country and not a member of the EU, the European Parliament was told yesterday.
Tue, 11 Feb, 2014