Where were the organisations that get state money to promote the interests of older people? writes Terry Prone.
THE arrest of an open-faced 28-year-old nurse, Lucy Letby, on suspicion of the murder of eight babies and attempted murder of as many more simultaneously impels and repels, writes Terry Prone.MORE
Why on earth would a sensible man like Diarmuid Martin try to convince anybody that there isn't a shortage, asks Terry Prone.MORE
You don’t often get Government ministers casting dead bodies in the path of senior civil servants, but Robert Watt had barely finished an expository sentence on an interesting transport-related topic when Shane Ross made with the dead bodies.MORE
The Kindle was supposed to do away with the “beach book”. It didn’t. Whatever sun-warmed sand you trudge through this summer, you’re more likely to see readers holding fat paperbacks than holding reading gadgets.
When you’re famous and don’t want to be associated with an event or a person, it can be gruesome, writes Terry ProneMORE
Those children are grown now, filled with good memories of the solid family that adopted them, writes Terry Prone.MORE
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