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Wednesday 22 January, 2014

Column: Irish art and culture is being failed by lazy, inept leadership

Our Arts minister is unable to represent his department with any real knowledge, and is therefore failing to exploit what could be a multi-billion euro industry, writes Eoin Lynch.

Monday 14 October, 2013

Column: Funding to the Arts can’t be stretched any further

The direct impact of the arts on the Irish economy is a good one. So surely an intelligent economic strategy would support this area, rather than starve it? writes Eoin Lynch.

Thursday 11 April, 2013

Column: The ‘Facebook phone’ is here – what does that mean for consumers?

The Facebook HTC First is a fresh move by the social network giant in its quest to become a ‘mobile first’ company, writes Eoin Lynch.

Monday 1 April, 2013

Column: The ‘Facebook phone’ is here – what does that mean for consumers?

The Facebook HTC First is a fresh move by the social network giant in its quest to become a ‘mobile first’ company, writes Eoin Lynch.

Thursday 29 November, 2012

Column: Medical cards are a hot issue – but the Government shouldn’t shy away

Means-testing medical cards for the elderly got a previous government in trouble – but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad idea, writes Eoin Lynch.

Monday 29 October, 2012

Column: Here’s why cyclists need to change – as do motorists

The way we view each other with mutual suspicion is often down to cramped roads, crap cycle lanes and a lack of intersection between how motorists and cyclists use the road.

Saturday 6 October, 2012

Why we should be concerned about oil drilling in the Arctic

A land grab for oil and gas reserves is happening in the Arctic states – but the scenario of an oil leak there could be catastrophic for everyone.

Saturday 15 September, 2012

From Business ETC Read Me: Why Facebook is at a very tricky stage Data Protection

Read Me: Why Facebook is at a very tricky stage

The Data Protection Commissioner here is finalising a report on the social media giant, writes Eoin Lynch, and the findings will be closely watched by the tech-business world…

Thursday 28 June, 2012

From The Score Round Ireland race, day 3/4 review: ‘Charlie Chaplin would be proud’ Voyage

Round Ireland race, day 3/4 review: ‘Charlie Chaplin would be proud’

Eoin Lynch and crew were relieved after they narrowly avoided a 2am collision.

Tuesday 26 June, 2012

From The Score Round Ireland race, day two review: Strong winds and sea sickness Recap

Round Ireland race, day two review: Strong winds and sea sickness

“A bit like going from a friendly chat with David to a slightly unnerving argument with Goliath,” writes Eoin Lynch from English Mick.

Monday 25 June, 2012

From The Score Round Ireland race day one review: Favourite Green Dragon takes the lead Recap

Round Ireland race day one review: Favourite Green Dragon takes the lead

Eoin Lynch analyses the race so far, and explains what it’s like to be a bowman on English Mick.

Monday 9 April, 2012

Formula 1 urged to “voice some concern” for hunger striker Abdulhadi

Abdulhadi Al Khawaja is entering his 61st day of hunger strike. Eoin Lynch tells us his story and why people are calling on those involved with Formula 1 to speak out about Abdulhadi’s imprisonment.

Monday 16 January, 2012

The story behind the giant banner on St Stephen’s Green

You may have seen the picture of Abdulhadi Al Khawaja – but do you know why a three-storey-high banner of him is hanging from a building in the centre of Dublin?

Tuesday 20 December, 2011

Column: Dolphin’s Barn residents dreading a damp Christmas

Authorities have broken up the Dolphin House community – but stalled regeneration of their homes and left them subsisting in horrible living conditions, write Eoin Lynch.