A few weeks before the campaign to repeal the Eighth Amendment kicked off, I was invited to address a faith group about it.MORE
Defenders of racism and political incorrectness go for hysteria and witch hunting analogies to cover mild protest, writes Terry ProneMORE
The point at which the communications people are brought in to any crisis is pivotally important, as is the brief they’re given.MORE
The verdict on the cervical cancer scandal blames two aspects of the HSE: Communication and culture.MORE
Everybody accepts that the accused, and even the convicted, have the right to legal support, writes Terry Prone.MORE
“The only problem with territorialism as expressed by cats is that they do not co-operate with each other," writes Terry Prone.MORE
Aggravated or straightforward, they’re variations on the same malfeasance. One isn’t benign. Both are bad, writes Terry ProneMORE
The great thing about the old days was that we had the Catholic Church to deliver reproof, punishment and banishment, writes Terry ProneMORE
When women return to work after the long Easter weekend, you’d think they’d arrive in citrus colours, in keeping with the season. Or pastels. Or neons.MORE
EARLY on, when the nun connection was mentioned, it was mentioned with a shrug, writes Terry Prone.
Let’s just put it on the record, here. I knew Mary Linders was a star long before Dermot Bannon discovered her and ended up beating a hard bag of flour with a rolling pin at her instruction, writes Terry Prone.MORE
A FRIEND rang me the other day. Spitting teeth, she was, with fury. Reasonably famous, this friend, never mind in what sector of Irish life, but reasonably famous, writes Terry Prone.
Likening anything short of racist mass murder to racist mass murder is offensive and stupid, writes Terry ProneMORE