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Dublin: 16 °C Tuesday 26 July, 2016

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# column - Today’s News

Vincent Browne: Terrorism works only with the complicity of the media and its sensational reporting

What is happening in Europe and the United States is not existential, writes Vincent Browne for TheJournal.ie.

# column - Yesterday’s News

Debate Room: Should we increase the minimum wage?

Unite and the Small Firms Association go head to head.

# column - Sunday 24 July, 2016

Working the frontline: Here's how I live on €23,171 (before tax) a year

‘My most foolhardy move?’ Leaving the private sector and joining An Garda Síochána, admits this frontline worker.

# column - Saturday 23 July, 2016

Charity founders are often strong personalities who are left unchallenged

In the wake of the Console scandal, Cormac O’Ceallaigh says we need to make sure this crisis never happens again.

For the love of cauliflower: A difficult veg to grow but it's worth it

Michael Kelly continues his Grow It Yourself series with cauliflower, a good alternative for rice and pizzas.

'Pundits are terrified of being proven wrong by Donald Trump again. I'm not'

Larry Donnelly says he would bet a lot of money on Hillary Clinton being the next US president.

# column - Friday 22 July, 2016

From The42 'Like Brexit, Big Sam has been carried to victory on the belief time can be turned back' Backing Britain

'Like Brexit, Big Sam has been carried to victory on the belief time can be turned back'

England’s next manager might prove that there’s never a right time to have the wrong idea, writes TV3′s Tommy Martin.

# column - Thursday 21 July, 2016

The Debate Room: Does going to see a dominatrix count as cheating?

There may be no sexual intercourse involved in sessions with a dominatrix, but how would your other half feel about it?

# column - Monday 18 July, 2016

'Forty years on, only 4 of our 10 still serve as priests'

Former Catholic priest Val Rogers talks about leaving the Church after falling in love with a nun.

Boris Johnson giving up 'chicken feed' earnings of £250k a year from column

He will earn £135k a year now, plus book royalties.

There is no easy way to escape poverty as a single parent

A reader explains why education alone is not enough to gain financial security.

# column - Saturday 16 July, 2016

Eat stalks and leaves: Fennel is the veg that keeps on giving

Michael Kelly continues his Grow It Yourself series with fennel, a great summer vegetable.

# column - Thursday 14 July, 2016

Dear magazines, Jennifer Aniston has not 'forgotten' to have a baby

Jennifer Aniston came out recently to condemn body shaming “under the guise of journalism”.

# column - Monday 11 July, 2016

Considering going to Australia? This new tax may change your mind

Robbie Purcell breaks down the costs of moving to Australia, and asks if it would be worth going if a backpackers tax is introduced.

# column - Sunday 10 July, 2016

'As a child of an alcoholic, I am damaged'

A reader talks about their experiences in the wake of the establishment of a government Group on Alcohol Harm

From The42 'France's Paul Pogba is massively overrated and selfish' Harsh

'France's Paul Pogba is massively overrated and selfish'

Former England striker Robbie Fowler has launched a scathing attack on the Manchester United target.

Two years after traumatic accident, I'm back on my bike for charity

Roger Holmes is cycling from San Francisco to New York to raise money for the Irish Cancer Society.

# column - Saturday 9 July, 2016

'I'm ok with talking about my mental health problems - but will it affect my employability?'

Natalie Marr says she posts about her mental history despite concerns that it might affect her job options.

Squeeze some squash into your life

Michael Kelly continues his Grow It Yourself series with the ideal veg for soup, stews and roasts.

# column - Friday 8 July, 2016

The violence won't end until we stop believing it's cops vs black people

In the wake of the Dallas shootings, Larry Donnelly argues that there needs to be a fundamental shift around the Black Lives Matter debate.

# column - Wednesday 6 July, 2016

'Ibrahim is a young, funny Dublin man but begrudgers believe being Irish is qualified by skin colour, name and religion'

After three years and 14 trial delays, it’s time for the government to intervene fully, writes MEP Lynn Boylan.

# column - Tuesday 5 July, 2016

Why are so many British politicians resigning?

Julien Mercille looks at the decisions of Nigel Farage, David Cameron and Boris Johnson to move out of the spotlight.

'I was told I'd never write with a pen - and now I'm a teacher'

James Cawley talks about the challenges of Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congentia, and the importance of remaining positive.

# column - Monday 4 July, 2016

Lots of jobs out there for graduates - but employers say they don't have the communication skills

The new GradIreland survey on graduate salaries and recruitment trends has found that lack of communication skills is a real concern for employers, writes Ruairi Kavanagh.

Vincent Browne: If Shane Ross votes against the Cabinet on abortion, Enda Kenny should remove him

The Cabinet has collective responsibility, and Shane Ross cannot break this, says Vincent Browne writing for TheJournal.ie.

It's time to end the segregation in Northern Ireland

Peter Osborne suggests the best way to overcome prejudice is through relationships

Not eating until 10pm every night: Here's what Ramadan is like for me in Ireland

After never adhering to Ramadan while growing up, Mohammed Rahman began doing so a few years ago. He writes about what it’s like for a Muslim in Ireland.

# column - Sunday 3 July, 2016

'Psoriasis can have devastating effects on your body image'

Tadgh Dolan talks about the impact psoriasis has had on his life.

Students: How to make the most out of an internship (and avoid the unscrupulous employers)

A large number of employers are now looking for students rather than graduates for internships, writes Ruairi Kavanagh of GradIreland.

# column - Saturday 2 July, 2016

We can learn a thing or two from the Australians when it comes to elections

Australia’s mandatory voting laws ensure everyone’s voices are heard argues Barry Dunning

Carve out a space in your garden for pumpkin

Michael Kelly continues his Grow It Yourself series with this brightly coloured treat

# column - Friday 1 July, 2016

'We don’t know what our futures will hold' - a multicultural family reacts to the Brexit vote

Gordon Reid examines the impact of Brexit on his British and Romanian family living in Ireland

From The42 There's a lot of fluff written about supporters' trusts and they're no magic bullet Column

There's a lot of fluff written about supporters' trusts and they're no magic bullet

John O’Sullivan says that while there are positives to having fan-owned clubs, it doesn’t ensure they will be run properly.

From The42 Was that pity we felt? Watching England fail wasn't half as funny as it usually is Schadenfreude Void

Was that pity we felt? Watching England fail wasn't half as funny as it usually is

Columnist Tommy Martin charts the echoes of Brexit through England’s usual tournament exit.

# column - Tuesday 28 June, 2016

Vincent Browne: The EU, its elites and its hyper fans had this coming

Writing for TheJournal.ie, Vincent Browne says the European project was always about making the rich richer.

# column - Monday 27 June, 2016

David Cameron's six years as prime minister will be solely remembered for this referendum defeat

David Cameron’s stint as prime minister has come to an unedifying end, dogged by the Europe question, writes Neale Richmond.

"Mum, why isn't Wonder Woman wearing any clothes?"

Louise Phillips looks at the role models for young women and finds them lacking.

# column - Sunday 26 June, 2016

'I told my date that I had depression and he laughed and told me I was just lazy'

Natalie Marr looks at the stigma surrounding depression and other mental health problems

Employees: Why do Irish companies still see mental health issues as a sign of weakness?

Consultant psychiatrist Stephen McWilliams argues that employers need to do more to support the mental wellbeing of their staff

# column - Saturday 25 June, 2016

How exactly does the UK leave the EU? (And what happens if it changes its mind?)

Barrister Donnchadh Woulfe explains what’s going to happen next after the UK’s seismic decision.

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