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Eithne Shorthall: My son wants to be the next karate kid but I’m drowning in a sea of white washing

I haven’t used an iron on my clothes in two decades but now I’ve ben caught by the dreaded white wash. I didn’t see it coming

13.06.2024 9

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Eithne Shortall: In praise of the Dublin to New York portal, and the simple joys it brought me

A visit to the live stream portal connecting the two cities proved to be a pure delight

17.05.2024 30

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Eithne Shortall: My dream of an internet-free world is becoming more attractive by the day

The web I grew up with is light years away from the one my children will interact with, and that’s a frightening thought

09.05.2024 40

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Eithne Shortall: Welcome to summer, season of hailstones and woolly housecoats

Do not adjust your calendars – it really is May, despite the fact at we’re freezing our collective arses off

01.05.2024 20

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Eithne Shortall: The young women, the leering man, and the problem with power imbalances

Events in a Dublin coffee shop were a reminder of why some people find it so hard to let go of oppressive power structures

24.04.2024 10

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Eithne Shortall: It’s not easy being a grammar pedant

We may not have asked for this job, but we are going to do it all the same

11.04.2024 10

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Eithne Shortall: Dublin increasingly feels like a failing capitalist experiment

It is hard to work out who the capital city of our country is being run for

28.03.2024 9

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Eithne Shortall: You’ll never catch me letting Big Grocery do my shopping

A trip to the supermarket is one of the highlights on my day, and it’s one I’m not planning to relinquish

22.03.2024 30

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Eithne Shortall: The unusual silence of some celebrities on Gaza speaks volumes

Acts like Kneecap and Lankum have taken brave stands on the conflict, while the usually vocal Bono has said very little

16.03.2024 10

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Eithne Shortall: There’s a lot to be said for an occasional burst of blind self-confidence

Doubts may be useful at stopping us making tits of ourselves, but they can also hold us back a little too much

06.03.2024 10

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