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From TheJournal.ie Australia pledges over €300 million to protect and restore Great Barrier Reef Environment

Australia pledges over €300 million to protect and restore Great Barrier Reef

The World Heritage-listed site is reeling from significant bouts of coral bleaching.

From TheJournal.ie The Pope has taken in three refugee families Greek Visit

The Pope has taken in three refugee families

“The pope has desired to make a gesture of welcome regarding refugees,” the Vatican said.

From TheJournal.ie Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday News Fix

Here’s What Happened Today: Saturday

A pro-life rally, free GP care and the build up to the Greek referendum had people talking today.

From TheJournal.ie Paul Murphy calls for "significant response" if Jobstown protest arrests continue Policing

Paul Murphy calls for "significant response" if Jobstown protest arrests continue

The TD described the arrests as “not acceptable”.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Government is making a mockery of democratic reform – so we're taking matters into our own hands Reform

Opinion: Government is making a mockery of democratic reform – so we're taking matters into our own hands

It’s shameful to think that a raggle-taggle group like ours, with day jobs and no money, are making a better go of inviting public opinion than the Government itself.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Political parties rarely become extinct - which is why Fianna Fáil is back in business Opinion

Column: Political parties rarely become extinct - which is why Fianna Fáil is back in business

Voters tend to place more emphasis on current events than previous ones, so it’s no surprise Fianna Fáil has returned, writes Theresa Reidy.

From TheJournal.ie Constitutional Convention votes to alter 'women in home' clause Constitution

Constitutional Convention votes to alter 'women in home' clause

A vast majority of the delegates voted to change the article, with 98 per cent supporting a proposal to make it gender-neutral.

8 of the weirdest meetings of 2012 Odd Couples This post contains videos

8 of the weirdest meetings of 2012

From Lady Gaga hanging out with Julian Assange to Tupac Shakur’s Coachella performance, here’s our shortlist of the stranger celebrity and political encounters of the year.

From TheJournal.ie Poll: Is online activism effective? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: Is online activism effective?

Do you think “clicktivism” can utilise the Internet to facilitate meaningful social or political action?

From TheJournal.ie Column: Why David Cameron made the right decision... Opinion

Column: Why David Cameron made the right decision...

Those in the eurozone are facing a ‘lost decade’, writers former trader Nick Leeson – and who would want to hand over more policy-making power to the managers of that crisis?

From TheJournal.ie We must rebuild trust with voters – Green Party Greens

We must rebuild trust with voters – Green Party

In an article for TheJournal.ie, incoming Chairperson Roderic O’Gorman says that the party is ‘optimistic’ about the future – but there is a ‘difficult road ahead’.

From TheJournal.ie An empty set: Ghost Shops photographed Ghost Shops This post contains images

An empty set: Ghost Shops photographed

Irelantis and What’s Wrong? artist Sean Hillen turns his lens on the poignant phenomenon of retail spaces left deserted by the recession.

From TheJournal.ie Artist Sean Hillen brings new political statement to Dail’s doorstep What's Wrong This post contains images

Artist Sean Hillen brings new political statement to Dail’s doorstep

The photomontage artist who created the Irelantis collages opens new exhibit today near Leinster House – featuring Irish literary figures, atrocities and female celebrities.