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Opinion: 'The housing game is rigged against the single population of this country'
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Opinion: 'The housing game is rigged against the single population of this country'

Mon 7:00 AM 35,064 Views 82 Comments

Unless you earn over €70k or have wealthy parents, you’re simply not catered for when it comes to owning a house, writes Jenn Gannon.

Blindboy Boatclub: If you're against cannabis in Ireland, you're against safe cannabis
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Blindboy Boatclub: If you're against cannabis in Ireland, you're against safe cannabis

Sun 12:05 AM 70,832 Views 219 Comments

The artist, author and podcaster asks if we should reconsider the prohibition model when it comes to cannabis use.

Opinion: Low ambition and poor policy keeping people with disabilities out of workplace
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Opinion: Low ambition and poor policy keeping people with disabilities out of workplace

Sat 8:01 PM 10,396 Views 12 Comments

Joan O’Donnell writes that it’s time to ditch failing strategies and embrace an inclusive future of work.

Catherine Fulvio: Enjoy rack of lamb and cheesecake recipes to spice up your summer dining
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Catherine Fulvio: Enjoy rack of lamb and cheesecake recipes to spice up your summer dining

Sat 8:00 AM 21,321 Views 9 Comments

The TV chef shares some thoughts and two delicious recipes to liven up any table this summer.

Brian Rowan: The question now re any amnesty in the North is whether Johnson can be trusted
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Brian Rowan: The question now re any amnesty in the North is whether Johnson can be trusted

Fri 11:16 AM 13,718 Views 24 Comments

The former BBC correspondent and author looks at a week where the UK prime minister set the cat among the pigeons in the North.

Dr Rory Hearne: The Government does not want you to be able to afford to buy a home
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Dr Rory Hearne: The Government does not want you to be able to afford to buy a home

Updated May 5th 2021, 10:00 PM 134,973 Views 193 Comments

The housing expert says the investor takeover of homes is no accident – it’s Government policy.

Opinion: The future of work after Covid has to be better than what we currently have
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Opinion: The future of work after Covid has to be better than what we currently have

May 5th 2021, 7:00 AM 10,737 Views 4 Comments

The great political challenge of the pandemic is fixing workplaces to be better than they are, writes Michael Taft.

Minister Anne Rabbitte: 'The voice at the end of the line told me to back down or they'd come for me'
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Minister Anne Rabbitte: 'The voice at the end of the line told me to back down or they'd come for me'

May 2nd 2021, 8:30 AM 56,690 Views 46 Comments

The Fianna Fáil TD for Galway East describes the highs and worrying lows of life as a woman in Irish politics.

Opinion: Our farm subsidy model is broken and causing destruction to habitats
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Opinion: Our farm subsidy model is broken and causing destruction to habitats

May 1st 2021, 8:00 PM 26,589 Views 39 Comments

As the biodiversity crisis gathers pace, researcher Ray O’Foghlu explains how both farmers and environmentalists struggle with contradictory land eligibility rules.

Paul Murphy: This May Day, imagine a world without weekends...
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Paul Murphy: This May Day, imagine a world without weekends...

Updated May 1st 2021, 4:00 PM 30,497 Views 75 Comments

The People Before Profit TD looks at the history of May Day and assesses the challenges of the modern workplace.

Opinion: Why it's not that strange to seek solace by reading books that imagine the worst
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Opinion: Why it's not that strange to seek solace by reading books that imagine the worst

May 1st 2021, 2:30 PM 7,944 Views 8 Comments

Author Niall Bourke explores why we turn to books about disaster to find some solace in life.

Opinion: Bowel screening is important, particularly for those over 60
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Opinion: Bowel screening is important, particularly for those over 60

Apr 28th 2021, 9:00 PM 17,726 Views 12 Comments

Consultant Gastroenterologist Professor Pádraic Mac Mathuna is calling on those aged 60-69 to register for bowel screening.

Opinion: RTÉ's GunPlot looks back at the 1970 Arms Crisis with 2021 vision
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Opinion: RTÉ's GunPlot looks back at the 1970 Arms Crisis with 2021 vision

Apr 28th 2021, 7:00 AM 15,418 Views 29 Comments

GunPlot is a new TV Documentary and podcast series from RTÉ on the Arms Crisis of 1970. Researcher on the TV documentary, Róisín O’Dea looks at the crisis fifty years on …

Opinion: As half Killarney National Park is lost, we must end the cycle of infernos
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Opinion: As half Killarney National Park is lost, we must end the cycle of infernos

Apr 27th 2021, 1:13 PM 32,587 Views 46 Comments

Pádraic Fogarty of the Irish Wildlife Trust says Government policy, particularly around the burning of land for agriculture must be overhauled.

Opinion: Older people have lost their confidence during Covid - we cannot forget them
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Opinion: Older people have lost their confidence during Covid - we cannot forget them

Apr 27th 2021, 7:00 AM 11,664 Views 8 Comments

CEO of ALONE Seán Moynihan says we owe it to our older people to put the correct plans for re-emergence.

Poor interpreting having impact on patients, victims of crime and those seeking asylum
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Poor interpreting having impact on patients, victims of crime and those seeking asylum

Apr 24th 2021, 7:01 PM 12,884 Views 2 Comments

Mary Phelan writes that lack of accredited training and poor service are having huge consequences and must be addressed by the State.

Opinion: I had fun jobs, crap jobs, redundancies, got fired - and then I wrote my first book
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Opinion: I had fun jobs, crap jobs, redundancies, got fired - and then I wrote my first book

Apr 24th 2021, 7:00 AM 13,484 Views 4 Comments

Lizzy Dent describes the adventures that brought her to her first novel.

Opinion: Pregnant women in Ireland are left to cope alone in the shadows
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Opinion: Pregnant women in Ireland are left to cope alone in the shadows

Apr 23rd 2021, 7:00 AM 18,528 Views 23 Comments

We need to better prioritise the care of pregnant women during Covid, writes Fianna Fáil councillor Deirdre Geraghty-Smith.

Opinion: The European Super League – the 48 hour flash in the pan, 25 years in the making
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Opinion: The European Super League – the 48 hour flash in the pan, 25 years in the making

Apr 22nd 2021, 7:30 PM 13,161 Views 18 Comments

UCC’s Dr Seán Ó Conaill looks back on an extraordinary week for international football.

Opinion: Every government has a choice - this one could ban cuckoo funds from buying up Irish homes
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Opinion: Every government has a choice - this one could ban cuckoo funds from buying up Irish homes

Apr 22nd 2021, 11:02 AM 25,012 Views 72 Comments

Pitting first-time buyers against cuckoo funds is a recipe for disaster, writes Cian O’Callaghan of the Social Democrats.

Justine Bateman: 'Men’s older faces have always signified power, but for women that means a loss of power'
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Justine Bateman: 'Men’s older faces have always signified power, but for women that means a loss of power'

Apr 21st 2021, 7:15 PM 26,079 Views 7 Comments

The US writer, producer and director shares an extract from her new book, Face: One Square Foot of Skin in which she explores the pressure on women to maintain their youthful looks.

Opinion: Why this trial was different - US experts react to guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin
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Opinion: Why this trial was different - US experts react to guilty verdict for Derek Chauvin

Apr 21st 2021, 8:45 AM 16,946 Views 36 Comments

US scholars analyse the guilty verdicts handed down to former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the 2020 murder of George Floyd.

Josepha Madigan: Covid has forced many couples to the point of separation. How they handle it is key
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Josepha Madigan: Covid has forced many couples to the point of separation. How they handle it is key

Apr 19th 2021, 7:30 PM 25,175 Views 16 Comments

The Fine Gael TD and lawyer says lack of social supports during Covid means many relationships are feeling the pressure.

Opinion: I have MS, how can you justify not giving me a vaccine yet?
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Opinion: I have MS, how can you justify not giving me a vaccine yet?

Apr 19th 2021, 7:00 AM 43,291 Views 53 Comments

Dearbhla Crosse is in Cohort 4 of the vaccination rollout, but she believes people like her are being left behind.

'I hung up for the last time': How I lost my partner to conspiracy theories
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'I hung up for the last time': How I lost my partner to conspiracy theories

Apr 18th 2021, 12:05 AM 87,020 Views 0 Comments

Our reader documents her relationship with a partner who became an advocate of online conspiracy theories.

Professor Ruairí Brugha: The current version of mandatory hotel quarantine is not fit for purpose
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Professor Ruairí Brugha: The current version of mandatory hotel quarantine is not fit for purpose

Apr 17th 2021, 8:00 PM 26,949 Views 33 Comments

The public health expert says there are better, more creative ways to bolster the quarantine system and prevent the import of Covid.

Merlin Sheldrake: 'Fungi are metabolic wizards - they can explore, scavenge and salvage ingeniously'
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Merlin Sheldrake: 'Fungi are metabolic wizards - they can explore, scavenge and salvage ingeniously'

Apr 17th 2021, 8:30 AM 9,282 Views 9 Comments

The biologist and writer shares an extract from his book Entangled Life.

Pearse Doherty: KBC exit is body blow to customers and staff that will reduce competition
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Pearse Doherty: KBC exit is body blow to customers and staff that will reduce competition

Apr 16th 2021, 4:39 PM 16,030 Views 39 Comments

The Sinn Féin TD says the move leaves the future of the Irish banking sector uncertain.

Aoife Martin: No, streaming can never beat the magic of the cinema
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Aoife Martin: No, streaming can never beat the magic of the cinema

Apr 15th 2021, 7:00 AM 7,624 Views 0 Comments

Our columnist shares her love of the cinema and laments the impact of lockdown and streaming on the whole experience

Burning Question: what does a peat-free future hold for the Midlands?
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Burning Question: what does a peat-free future hold for the Midlands?

Apr 14th 2021, 8:00 AM 12,361 Views 20 Comments

Trinity College Dublin PhD candidate Jamie Rohu outlines the challenges for workers as we transition our industrial bogs towards a more sustainable future.

Opinion: From aristocrats to revolutionaries - No 6 Harcourt Street was at the centre of Irish history
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Opinion: From aristocrats to revolutionaries - No 6 Harcourt Street was at the centre of Irish history

Apr 14th 2021, 7:00 AM 12,851 Views 4 Comments

Cuan Ó Seireadáin discusses 6 Harcourt Street, which is the subject of a TG4 documentary tonight.

Opinion: 'A new cystic fibrosis drug means I'm the healthiest I've been for 20 years'
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Opinion: 'A new cystic fibrosis drug means I'm the healthiest I've been for 20 years'

Apr 8th 2021, 7:00 AM 29,893 Views 11 Comments

Ahead of 65 Roses Day tomorrow, med student Bevin Murphy outlines the tough year she’s had as a person with CF, and how a new drug has changed everything.

Opinion: Migrants are forced to do the worst work without access to rights
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Opinion: Migrants are forced to do the worst work without access to rights

Apr 7th 2021, 7:01 PM 21,319 Views 0 Comments

Youth Against Racism and Inequality (YARI) activist writes that immigrants and people of colour are leading the force for change internationally.

Opinion: In praise of Ireland's social entrepreneurs, making waves in a pandemic
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Opinion: In praise of Ireland's social entrepreneurs, making waves in a pandemic

Apr 6th 2021, 10:43 AM 9,836 Views 2 Comments

Siobhán O’Keeffe of Social Entrepreneurs Ireland outlines the important work many entrepreneurs with a social conscience have been doing in the last year.

A shared island: Your ideas for a new Ireland
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A shared island: Your ideas for a new Ireland

Apr 5th 2021, 10:15 AM 1,463 Views 0 Comments

Should the Irish language stay in the constitution of a united Ireland? Our readers share their ideas for how Ireland could change.

Opinion: A plea to dogowners - keep them on the lead?
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Opinion: A plea to dogowners - keep them on the lead?

Apr 2nd 2021, 7:00 AM 50,198 Views 201 Comments

Dublin resident Ken Cowley has had enough of dodging other people’s pets while out walking with his family.

Opinion: 'In legal terms, there is no prohibition on attending or organising religious services'
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Opinion: 'In legal terms, there is no prohibition on attending or organising religious services'

Apr 1st 2021, 7:00 AM 20,669 Views 34 Comments

Oran Doyle and David Kenny argue that the State to date has blurred the lines between legal restrictions and advice around Covid.

Aoife Martin: 'Trans people have existed since the first organism crawled out of the primordial soup'
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Aoife Martin: 'Trans people have existed since the first organism crawled out of the primordial soup'

Mar 31st 2021, 3:37 PM 16,750 Views 0 Comments

On International Transgender Day of Visibility, our columnist highlights how vital that increased visibility is for trans kids.

Opinion: Vulnerable unweaned calves need protection in our export trade
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Opinion: Vulnerable unweaned calves need protection in our export trade

Mar 31st 2021, 10:00 AM 22,087 Views 40 Comments

Animal welfare campaigner Caroline Rowley outlines why she is challenging the State’s enforcement of EU law to protect farm animals exported abroad.

Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Qatar
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Player ratings: How the Boys in Green fared against Qatar

Mar 30th 2021, 10:27 PM 42,550 Views 30 Comments

Stephen Kenny’s winless run continued, though the Irish team improved on Saturday’s dismal display.

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