Buyer Beware: The Consumers’ Association and Fake Followers [Audio]
As reported in The Sunday Times yesterday, the Consumers' Association of Ireland has more Twitter followers in Brazil than in Ireland, havin
Tom Barry “I have been extremely stupid and I’m dreadfully sorry.”
“I have been extremely stupid and I’m dreadfully sorry.” That was the reaction from Cork East TD Tom Barry today following the torrent of cr
Row flares on radio as professor accuses colleague of 'farce' survey - I...
A MAJOR row has erupted over a survey which reported that more than 100 psychiatrists oppose abortion based on the threat of suicide.
'I believe in a loving God and that I won't be damned for what I did' - ...
THE PHOTOGRAPH OF the four calm, young women on this page tells us little of what had gone before. They were tired and under stress. Three h
The property charge fiasco - The Irish Times - Tue, Mar 27, 2012
THE MANNER in which the Government has approached the imposition of a property charge has been incompetent, to put it mildly. The delay in p
'Women come before ideology and must be protected primarily'
The lives of our daughters, wives, partners and friends must be given a right of priority, Deputy Charlie Flanagan tells Carol Hunt
'When I came to Ireland I trusted people. Not any more' - The Irish Time...
ANDREAS TILTS HIS HEAD up towards the strip lights in the kitchen. “Here,” he says, rubbing three fingertips across scarring just behind his
‘No’ Campaigners in Irish Vote Are ‘Lunatics’: Ryanair CEO
“I think Ireland will vote yes in the referendum and Ireland should vote yes. We have no alternative. People who are borrowing $15 billion a
Shatter to publish anti-corruption Bill - The Irish Times - Tue, Mar 27,...
The Government is “fully committed” to developing anti-corruption legislation which reflects the recommendations of both the Mahon tribunal
Eddie Hobbs quits RTE 'Consumer Show' show after concerns of being 'stif...
FINANCIAL guru Eddie Hobbs has quit RTE's 'The Consumer Show' – a month after he raised concerns that the broadcaster would prevent him from
Ministerial straight talking - The Irish Times - Mon, Apr 16, 2012
STRAIGHT TALKING is an extremely rare commodity in Irish politics. Fear of causing offence to voters or of disappointing vested interests ha
Mick Wallace makes €2.1m Revenue settlement - The Irish Times - Thu, Jun...
THE CONSTRUCTION firm of Independent TD Mick Wallace has made a €2.1 million settlement with the Revenue Commissioners for under-payment of
Kicking the stigma out of mental health - The Irish Times - Sat, Apr 14,...
At the tender age of 26, Leinster out-half and serial worrier Jonathan Sexton occupies ‘the loneliest job in rugby’, which puts him in a goo