# column - Today’s News
Looking at how water charges have been implemented elsewhere allows us to glimpse what their likely effect will be in Ireland… and it’s not pretty.
This week, he’s coming back in a capacity he could only have dreamed of all those years ago, writes Larry Donnelly.
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# column - Sunday 14 September, 2014
There has been surprisingly little coverage or comment on Scottish independence in Ireland, but a Yes vote would affect us on many fronts.
# column - Saturday 13 September, 2014
It took Harry Foley 20 years to find his brother and sisters in Ireland. He said the State need to take hold of the situation and apologise.
The reaction is sometimes to ignore a situation, or keep it private. An attitude which we all know affects the perceptions of depression and mental health, writes Neil Douglas.
Historically it is appropriate to remember that substantial figure has gone and it is worth just remembering his substantial contribution to our politics.
# column - Friday 12 September, 2014
I was brought up to be and remain a passionate patriot undiluted by years of exile – but here’s why I would vote No.
The Sayers family were Protestant Cromwellian landed genrty whose descendent ended up being one of the most famous storytellers in Europe, speaking the Irish language.
Paying special attention to the shifting needs and attitudes of the new, experiential generation will pay off for all businesses, writes Renaud Visage co-founder of Eventbrite.
# column - Thursday 11 September, 2014
Food scarcities, rocketing transport costs, closures to schools and clinics – an on-the-ground account of the situation in Liberia.
There’s more hurling to be done in Croke Park this Sunday.
# column - Wednesday 10 September, 2014
Since Waterford Search and Rescue was established they have saved 74 lives.
…But saying ‘No’ alone is not good enough. Tell the whole story.
# column - Tuesday 9 September, 2014
An anonymous contributor says it doesn’t matter what way you gamble, it comes down to losing control over it.
With five league games to play, the Lilywhites have enough experience to hold off Cork City’s challenge.
# column - Monday 8 September, 2014
TheScore.ie’s resident columnist weighs in with his thoughts as the dust settles on another Croke Park classic.
Imagine a walking and cycling route following the River Dodder – the whole way from the mountains to the sea!
# column - Sunday 7 September, 2014
I was just 35 years old when I was diagnosed with breast cancer.
# column - Saturday 6 September, 2014
The presence of the eighth amendment is putting the life, health or well-being of certain pregnant woman at risk.
For the first time in a long time, we’ll have some room in this budget to play around with spending hikes or tax cuts. USC should the first to go.
# column - Friday 5 September, 2014
The situation in Gaza needs someone who can broker peace – someone who has the energy not to take no for an answer;
Opinion polls may show increasing support for marriage equality, but I still regularly observe open, brutal and honest homophobia.
# column - Wednesday 3 September, 2014
We have irrefutable evidence that children’s social and family circumstances impact on their life chances, but we also know how to maximise their potential.
In a two to three week period we expect our young people to make massive life decisions – we could make the whole process much easier.
# column - Tuesday 2 September, 2014
The talented young Cork City defender has made the across the water after impressing in the Premier Division this season.
# column - Sunday 31 August, 2014
Should adults be open with children, as much as is age appropriate, or should they try to avoid questions about sexuality?
The only way to have a proper break is to leave the kids at home.
We need to reflect on how addiction affects an individual, their experience of seeking help, and what the throes of addiction are like.
# column - Saturday 30 August, 2014
The situation at the border is far too volatile for the UN mission’s remit – it seems the only reason to keep it there is for political posturing.
# column - Friday 29 August, 2014
We need to gain a true picture of the prevalence most heinous crimes in our society in order to inform national policy.
Saturday’s game won’t be the first time Croke Pak has hosted an American football game.
Yes, some jellyfish can pose danger to us – but they have also inspired engineering, scientific and medical advances.
# column - Thursday 28 August, 2014
The US must no longer be impulsively ready to employ its military around the world either for its own or for others’ ends.
Maria Walsh is a beautiful, smart, confident and normal young woman. She may change the hearts and minds of those who are wary of gay people.
# column - Wednesday 27 August, 2014
Disrupted nights can damage children’s self-esteem and exhaust them before a day at school.
We’re becoming increasingly disconnected from our immediate environment and from the people around us due to the constant use of mobile phones.
The saying “walk a day in my shoes” really rings true on the wonderful Camino de Santiago.
# column - Tuesday 26 August, 2014
If people with disabilities cannot park near your business or access your services, they and their friends won’t give you custom – it’s that simple.
# column - Monday 25 August, 2014
There has been a series of initiatives put in place to encourage interest in STEM subjects for school leavers; will the effort be rewarded with good jobs?
# column - Sunday 24 August, 2014
Lenient sentencing in sexual assault cases has negative consequences – not just for individuals, but for all victims.