Rich people who support the objective of curbing extreme economic inequality should not be silenced by right-wing accusations of hypocrisy, writes Kaushik Basu
‘Humanae Vitae’ is the defended gateway that has held the ground against further ideological incursions into the ecclesial sheepfold, writes Margaret Hickey.
A priest has published a memoir as a way of raising urgent truths about the Church he has served for 60 years, writes Helen O’Callaghan
At work are you a sociable networker or a goal-focused performer? A simple test will tell you, says Helen Rumbelow.
In this week’s column, Kehlan looks at the Ashers Bakery controversy in Northern Ireland and why it has provided a valuable lesson to businesses and business owners.
The Irishman was the first person to prove the dangers of greenhouse gases and the need for hygiene in medicine. As his life’s letters are published, Ailin Quinlan learns that Tyndall was a fearless ambassador for science
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Derry’s year as the UK’s City of Culture will reach its theatrical apogee on September 20 with The Conquest of Happiness, a large-scale open-air show in the city’s Ebrington Square, directed by Haris Pasovic.
Yes. Jonathan Miller muses on life at the Everyman in Cork, says Alan O’Riordan
Malaysian-led activists plan to hold a symbolic trial this month against former US president George W. Bush and former British prime minister Tony Blair on charges of committing crimes against peace in the Iraq war.
IN her letter (February 22), Laura Finlay complains that the Civil Partnership Bill lacks “rights and responsibilities offered by both marriage and civil marriage”.
IN times of vexation, grab your consolations where ye may.
Paul McCartney has sparked controversy after taking credit for introducing The Beatles to politics.
IN response to the ideas of Mary Hanafin on standardised tests at primary level, it might help to reflect on the experiences of our colleagues in England.
Former White House hopeful Senator John McCain is to address Trinity College students just days after his country has decided if it wants George W Bush or Senator John Kerry to be President.
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