Caoimhe Young Opinion Forget the Irish border, it's the TDs' boundaries that matter now
The White House is no stranger to sex scandals, the Italians had former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi who was forced to resign and Boris Johnson faced allegations of an improper affair and misuse of public money before he became PM.
Roy Curtis Opinion I intensely dislike the way this grim crisis has awakened and empowered the most unpleasant side of my personality
EVEN as the sun gods drench Ireland in life-affirming September light, seeking to outrun the clouds that have invaded our mental horizons can feel like an exercise in futility.
Adrian Kennedy Opinion Ask yourself: 'What have I done to stop virus spread?'
The eyes of Ireland are firmly focused on us Dubs as cases of Covid-19 continue to soar in the capital. On Tuesday alone, 59pc of the 307 new cases announced were in the county despite less than 30pc of the national population living here.
Adrian Kennedy Opinion Fining parents is best way to stop their kids being bullies
Kids can be cruel. Anyone who has been a victim of bullying as a child - including me - knows that. I was reading an interesting report this week that said people who were bullied as children can carry post-traumatic stress right into their adult lives.
Adrian Kennedy Opinion We must keep dog owners on a tighter leash to protect pets
Ihave taken great pleasure from taking our two dogs, Sparky and Molly, for walks over the past few months. During lockdown, we would walk a two-kilometre circle around our house, but as restrictions eased we ventured farther.
Roy Curtis Opinion The continued shuttering of the doors of the village pub might just be the last lacerating thrust for forgotten Ireland
Dear Micheál, it is not always a pyrotechnic Big Bang, the kind of breathtaking detonation that deformed, incinerated and vaporised downtown Beirut, that sends a place to the grave.
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