A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
It was a little dispiriting to find that Martin Scorsese’s magisterial The Irishman was more discussed for its running time and the furore generated around the amount of dialogue portioned to Anna Paquin.
Sun, 22 Dec, 2019
On Tuesday, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe introduced Budget 2020. A set piece of the political year a budget is rarely radical.
Fri, 11 Oct, 2019
Kerry and Dublin isn’t just a heavyweight duel on the pitch. It’s a muscular collision off it between two global mega-corporations partnering two GAA superpowers, albeit via wholly different business strategies.
Fri, 30 Aug, 2019
History seems to hang from every lamppost along the Causeway Coast. Drive through the villages and town lands dotted around Portrush this week and there’s scarcely a pole devoid of a Union Jack or an Ulster Banner.
Fri, 19 Jul, 2019
"It’s so sad that an artist would do that to their fans. She’s let them down."
Tue, 18 Jun, 2019
For protests to be effective in gathering support and achieving the desired outcome, strong leadership is an essential part of the process, writes
Mon, 29 Apr, 2019
Mortal Engines author Philip Reeve tops the bill at the Towers and Tales festival in Lismore, writes
Sun, 28 Apr, 2019
The future role of technology agri-business is to be discussed in depth at ‘AgTech – The Future of Sustainable Agricultural Business’ in Fota Island Resort, Cork, on Wednesday, March 6.
Tue, 26 Feb, 2019
The game was played without the controversial hand-pass rule which had just hours earlier been ditched by Central Council, and Sunday’s FBD Connacht League final between Galway and Roscommon at Tuam will also be played without the ill-fated regulation.
Sat, 19 Jan, 2019
2018 was another year of technological breakthroughs to help farmers, writes
Thu, 20 Dec, 2018
While many former soldiers took to the streets of Dublin to highlight the dire pay and conditions endured by their serving compatriots, one man took it upon himself to show solidarity by holding his own march 11,600km away.
Sat, 22 Sep, 2018
“James bay got me my bae last night"
Fri, 29 Jun, 2018
After she covered some of her favourite artists such as Ed Sheeran and Shawn Mendes, she sang her very first original song.
Wed, 20 Jun, 2018
Certainly, there were vegetarian restaurants in Ireland before Café Paradiso but you’d be hard-pressed to imagine any of them being accepted into the fine dining club at the upper end of the market all of 25 years ago when it first opened.
Sat, 03 Mar, 2018
Wexford native Katie Fitzhenry is hoping that Ireland can build on victory over Italy when they welcome Wales to Donnybrook Stadium tomorrow afternoon (3pm).
Sat, 24 Feb, 2018
It’s 2018 and The Future isn’t quite as exciting as I thought it would be, writes
Sat, 06 Jan, 2018
Having made the breakthrough, the first woman referee in any of Europe’s top soccer leagues is asking how long it will take for other countries to follow Germany’s example.
Tue, 21 Nov, 2017
From today, women are effectively working for free in Ireland.
Fri, 10 Nov, 2017
No steering wheel, accelerator pedal or brake pedal... robot motoring is getting closer as technology makes giant strides
Mon, 16 Oct, 2017
Ciara Mageean has qualified for August’s World Athletics Championships in London, by dipping well inside the IAAF qualifying standard for the 1500m at tonight’s Golden Gala Diamond League meeting in Rome.
Thu, 08 Jun, 2017
While the West does arms deals, doctors in Jordan try to help the people of Yemen suffering from the constant bombardment, writes
Wed, 31 May, 2017
Beginning in Goleen, West Cork, in 1945, and continuing in seven-year intervals up to 2015, taking in Dublin City, Amsterdam, New York City, and Maribor, perhaps the biggest disappointment about John Boyne’s new novel is how predictable and plodding it is.
Sat, 11 Mar, 2017
What should have been a celebration for the regions has been put in the shade by Norwegian revealing its flights to the US from Dublin,
Fri, 24 Feb, 2017
Sat, 07 Jan, 2017
It’s been an astounding year for Jimmy Rainsford and Ryan Hennessey.
Wed, 30 Nov, 2016
Sat, 05 Nov, 2016
Tue, 01 Nov, 2016
Sat, 23 Jul, 2016
Jamie Johnson, Noah Murphy, Maggie O’Connell, Charlie Stubbs, Shakes, The Blok, El Matador. Are we seeing the emergence of a crop of fictional footballers worthy of standing on the shoulders of giants like Roy Race, Blackie Gray, Tommy Barnes, Billy Dane, Hamish Balfour, Johnny Dexter and Glipton Grasshoppers’ star man Ross Nelson?
Tue, 19 Jul, 2016
The French ambassador to Ireland, Jean-Pierre Thébault has described the terror attack in Nice as an assault on the value of freedom.
Sat, 16 Jul, 2016
It is arguably the most iconic sports photograph in the Irish Examiner archives. And, 64 years on, we’ve finally tracked down the Blood and Bandage Lady in the picture.
Fri, 20 May, 2016
Outgoing Labour leader Joan Burton has criticised the new Government for shying away from safeguarding workers’ rights.
Mon, 16 May, 2016
Ducks have been ditching bread for a cleaner diet after the public was asked to ban the breadcrumbs.
Mon, 14 Mar, 2016
Tue, 16 Feb, 2016
Thu, 11 Feb, 2016
Why go to Lapland when you can have a merry old time at Winterval, asks
Thu, 03 Dec, 2015
Well after a glorious week, it finally came. Rain and in biblical proportions.
Sat, 01 Aug, 2015
Mahon Community Development Project on the amenity walk in Blackrock, Cork.
Mon, 22 Jun, 2015
Pat Smullen could not be happier with Free Eagle ahead of today’s Prince of Wales’s Stakes despite it being his first outing of the year.
Wed, 17 Jun, 2015
Tennis, hurling, rugby and the small matter of a Champions League final - we hope you didn’t have big plans for the weekend because they will be hard to fit in around all the sport.
Fri, 05 Jun, 2015
The man charged with the murder of Cork student Karen Buckley will stand trial before the end of the year.
Tue, 21 Apr, 2015
Fashion is no longer the opposite of feminism, writesand it is finally giving us the clothes that reflect our lives.
Sat, 18 Apr, 2015
Katie Hopkins has been accused of behaving in “a dangerously provocative way” after she suggested Pakistani men in the Rochdale area were sex abusers.
Tue, 31 Mar, 2015