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#One Year On

# one-year-on - Monday 10 November, 2014

From Business ETC Why we won’t need to knock down as many ghost estates as we thought… One Year On

Why we won’t need to knock down as many ghost estates as we thought…

40 of the country’s worst ghost estates were targeted for destruction this time last year, but a rising economic tide means that number is coming down…

# one-year-on - Wednesday 30 July, 2014

Amnesty International calls for “immediate release” of US leaker Chelsea Manning

Today marks exactly one year since the US soldier was convicted on espionage charges.

# one-year-on - Sunday 20 July, 2014

‘I saw fear in TDs’ eyes’: An oral history of how Ireland legislated for X

One year on, TDs and Senators reflect on what it was like to be part of one of the most contentious political debates in decades.

# one-year-on - Thursday 24 April, 2014

“Pay up!” … Clothing companies under pressure over compensation for Rana Plaza victims

Nearly 1,150 people died in the Bangladesh factory collapse one year ago today. Many international retailers still aren’t contributing to the victim fund, according to Human Rights Watch.

# one-year-on - Friday 24 January, 2014

# one-year-on - Saturday 30 November, 2013

Police officer knocked unconscious after stopping flag protesters

The demonstration itself passed off peacefully, but violence broke out after PSNI officers stopped a group on the street afterwards.

# one-year-on - Monday 28 October, 2013

Candlelit vigils mark one year since Savita’s death

The vigils took place simultaneously in Galway, Dublin and Cork.

# one-year-on - Friday 20 September, 2013

From The Score 2012 Flashback: Lightning Mayo start leaves Dubs’ two-in-a-row dream in cinders One Year On

2012 Flashback: Lightning Mayo start leaves Dubs’ two-in-a-row dream in cinders

David Clarke made two fantastic saves as the men from the west just about got over the finishing line.

# one-year-on - Friday 9 August, 2013

From The Score 17 reasons why we’ll never forget Katie Taylor’s Olympic gold-winning performance One Year On

17 reasons why we’ll never forget Katie Taylor’s Olympic gold-winning performance

It’s one year since the Irish boxer’s Olympic triumph.

# one-year-on - Monday 17 September, 2012

From The Score VIDEO: It’s been a year since Ireland beat Australia Nostalgia This post contains videos

VIDEO: It’s been a year since Ireland beat Australia

Those 366 days have flown by.

# one-year-on - Sunday 22 July, 2012

One year on: Norway remembers victims of Oslo, Utoya attacks

The country’s Prime Minister said the killer had failed in his declared goal of destroying Norway’s commitment to being an inclusive society.

# one-year-on - Tuesday 1 May, 2012

Romney insists he would have ordered bin Laden killed Bin Laden This post contains videos

Romney insists he would have ordered bin Laden killed

Seemingly backtracking on his statements from a few years ago, the Republican presidential candidate says he would have given the order to kill Osama bin Laden.

# one-year-on - Sunday 29 April, 2012

From The Daily Edge 8 bits that caught our eye in the Wills and Kate wedding One Year On This post contains videos

8 bits that caught our eye in the Wills and Kate wedding

It’s the first anniversary of the British royal couple’s nuptials today. Whether you were really interested or not, there are a few moments that still linger in the mind…

# one-year-on - Wednesday 25 April, 2012

Meadhbh McGivern: “One year on, life is absolutely brilliant” Heartwarming This post contains images

Meadhbh McGivern: “One year on, life is absolutely brilliant”

The Leitrim girl who had a liver transplant operation after a transportation failure last year is fighting fit after finally getting her surgery.

# one-year-on - Sunday 11 March, 2012

One year on: Thousands still on Japanese tsunami missing lists

Thousands of people remain missing following the Japanese tsunami and earthquake in March 2011. A look at the missing lists gives a glimpse into the lives the catastrophic event affected.

# one-year-on - Friday 9 March, 2012

From #danafacts to #cardiff: top hashtags of the 31st Dáil’s first year

The government’s first year in office has seen Twitter debates over Miss Piggy, print toner and internship schemes.

# one-year-on - Wednesday 7 March, 2012

Taoiseach: Government has a lot done, more to do

Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore gave a progress report for the government this afternoon, and singled out distressed mortgages as the one area which has not seen enough progress.

# one-year-on - Sunday 26 February, 2012

Seven of #GE11′s youngest candidates reflect on their run

From financial difficulties to a car crash, candidates recall their campaign experiences – and give advice for any young person considering running for the Dáil.

# one-year-on - Saturday 25 February, 2012

Poll: A year after the general election, who would you vote for now? Your Say This post contains a poll

Poll: A year after the general election, who would you vote for now?

It really is a year since the historic general election. But who would you give your first-preference vote to now?

Remember this? The most pivotal moments of #GE11

Plus, some of the more memorable (and funny) episodes from the campaigns.

How is Enda Kenny doing on his ‘best small country’ election target?

One year ago, Enda said Ireland could become “the best small country in the world” in several key areas. Here’s how far we’ve got according to experts in each…

‘I feel duped’: How voters rate their election choices one year on

Twelve months after the historic general election, we asked voters to reflect on their decisions. Here’s how they felt…

Eamon Ryan: Greens predicted property crash but didn’t do enough to warn people

In the final part of the series of interviews with politicians, Eamon Ryan explains how he hopes people will be willing to vote for the Green Party again by the next election

# one-year-on - Friday 24 February, 2012

Phrases we haven’t heard since the general election… Say What? This post contains images

Phrases we haven’t heard since the general election…

Candidates couldn’t stop repeating certain phrases a year ago… what were they again?

Barry Cowen: I want to be seen as more than just Brian’s brother

The Laois-Offaly TD, one of only three new Fianna Fáil TDs to be elected in last year’s general election, said he would never have ran for the Dáil if Brian Cowen hadn’t stepped down.

# one-year-on - Thursday 23 February, 2012

Paul Gogarty: I’m considering joining Fianna Fáil One Year On This post contains videos

Paul Gogarty: I’m considering joining Fianna Fáil

Former Green Party TD Paul Gogarty reflects on his life since losing his seat in last year’s general election.

# one-year-on - Wednesday 22 February, 2012

Do I regret accosting Bertie Ahern? Not at all, says first-time TD One Year On This post contains videos

Do I regret accosting Bertie Ahern? Not at all, says first-time TD

Joan Collins, who verbally lashed Ahern on his final day in the Dáil, was reflecting on her first year as a TD.

# one-year-on - Tuesday 21 February, 2012

Mary O’Rourke: Current Dáil TDs are ‘not very bright or intelligent’

The former Fianna Fáil TD said that Taoiseach Enda Kenny has ‘nothing in the top storey’ – but people like him because he smiles all the time.

# one-year-on - Monday 21 November, 2011

The bailout in quotes: from denial to deal

A year after the government announced it was negotiating a bailout deal, TheJournal.ie takes a look back over the comments and quotes of the bailout.

In pictures: The bailout, as it happened One Year On This post contains images

In pictures: The bailout, as it happened

On 21 November 2010 it was confirmed that Ireland was to seek international help in dealing with the economic crisis