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A return to a world without tech? That would be a field of dreams

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Irish Examiner

S Jennifer Horgan

My cowboy beans recipe is perfect for pairing with wedges

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Irish Examiner

Caitriona Redmond

Roma’s ‘Fedayn’ now the big Europa final security concern

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Irish Examiner

S Ian Mallon

the inside story on how Kerry delivered the All-Ireland no-one expected

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Irish Examiner

S Welcome To The Club

Opinion: We can no longer leave children alone to face this unregulated tech world

The public health expert says we cannot rely on tech companies to regulate this new profit-driven ecosystem.

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TheJournal

Dr Catherine Conlon

Simon Harris was right. Many southerners know London or Paris better than Belfast

Simon Harris must be taken aback by the reaction to his comment that he is “of a generation where people are more familiar now with London and...

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The Irish Times

Newton Emerson

Businesses are paying the price of keeping household rates down

The Number 7 cafe in Craigavon’s Rushmere Centre – an institution in the town – has made headlines by publicising its £71,000 rates bill for...

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The Irish News

Newton Emerson

Treatment of Liz Truss shows there is still a bias against middle-aged women

Leaving office as a political leader must be tricky. Most resign in similar fashion: weary, with a reputation diminished either by scandal,...

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The Irish Times

Finn Mcredmond

Normies, incels and red-pilled: What are the dangerous ideas boys are being fed online?

In 2015, I started researching an obscure, underground network of online men’s rights groups collectively known as the manosphere. While this...

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The Irish Times

Debbie Ging

If people can’t move safely in Cork, then what kind of city do we have?

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Irish Examiner

S Michael Moynihan

Changing of the guards in the NBA herald end of days

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Irish Examiner

S John Riordan

Men forever loom large but Ireland women carving their own space

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Irish Examiner

S Tommy Martin

Record reflections as vinyl reaches its 75th anniversary

A Different View with Dave O’Connell It’s 75 years ago this June that a small seven-inch or twelve-inch piece of black plastic, timed to rotate 45...

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Connacht Tribune

Dave Oconnell

Ard Fheis season – the minor match before election battle

World of Politics with Harry McGee Ard Fheis season is in full swing, with Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil over the last two weekends and the Greens are...

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Connacht Tribune

Harry Mcgee

A combination of factors see GAA fans go missing in their thousands

Inside Track with John McIntyre WHERE have the GAA crowds gone? A triple header at Croke Park on Sunday which included two National Camogie League...

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Connacht Tribune

John Mcintyre

Church’s burial custom recalls era when wolves prowled land

WRITING lately of my more than half a century as a GAA member, I quoted the first two lines of a famous song, I’ve been to a great many places...

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Evening Echo

John Arnold

Breaking the stigma of Irritable Bowel Syndrome

IN my line of work as a consultant gastroenterologist, I speak to people every day with Irritable Bowel Syndrome. IBS is an extremely common...

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Evening Echo

Evening Echo

OPINION: Talk is cheap, but Irish unity won’t be

Recently, for the first time, an attempt has been made to put a price tag on Irish unity. And, to put it mildly, the figure arrived at is enough to...

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The Mayo News

John Healy

OPINION: Redrawing diocesan boundaries in the west

History was made last Wednesday with an announcement from the Papal Nuncio about the future of the Catholic dioceses in the west. At present there...

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The Mayo News

Liamy Macnally

The request, payment, revelation and shovel – Jonathan Hill's four steps to the trap door

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Irish Examiner

S John Fallon

Could northern nationalists be betrayed again by Dublin for money?

For northern nationalists, up to the present day, one of the most galling episodes in modern Irish history was their abandonment by the Irish Free...

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The Irish News

Cormac Moore

EDITORIAL: Potential Ring retirement a pickle for FG

Last week was a momentous one for Mayo TD Alan Dillon, who was elevated to the role of Junior Minister in his first term as a TD for the Mayo...

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The Mayo News

Michael Duffy

EU asylum pact is in danger of being rushed through without scrutiny

There is a massive black hole in Ireland’s legislative relationship with the European Union. Our parliamentary committees do not effectively...

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The Irish Times

Michael Mcdowell

Fear and loathing of Sinn Féin driving Micheál Martin’s abandonment of north

Changed times. There was a Fianna Fáil ard fheis at the weekend. It didn’t feature in the north’s media, electronic or print. Time was the...

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The Irish News

Brian Feeney

Politics attracts some idiots and narcissists - but most are still driven by a desire to do good

When a Vietnamese property tycoon was sentenced to death last week for one of the biggest corruption cases in history, Paddy Cosgrave – currently...

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The Irish Times

Kathy Sheridan

We’re heading for an unfair, elitist two-tier divorce system

The political and societal priority of “law and order” has focused on the issue of criminal justice; but it is of significant relevance to...

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The Irish Times

Sara Phelan

Could a new crop of independents harness anger and come together?

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Irish Examiner

Sarah Harte

Traffic horror stories, scares, close calls... it’s never-ending

WHO wouldn’t jump at the chance to use public transport if, it has to be said, it was safe, peaceable and well-ordered - the way it used to be?...

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Evening Echo

Áilín Quinlan

Shane Coleman: Sanctimonious and populist Social Democrats yet to prove they are ready for power

Leader Holly Cairns is electorally untested but her party could well hold the balance of power after next election

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The Business Post

Shane Coleman

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