# op-ed - Sunday 16 April, 2017
The fact that my Bill will save lives is not a truth some vested interests want to hear, writes Transport Minister Shane Ross.
# op-ed - Thursday 6 April, 2017
The numbers don’t stack up on claims that the scheme is a primary influence on an entire market, writes Karl Deeter.
# op-ed - Thursday 22 December, 2016
Michelle Ross speaks openly about what she and her family have gone through since her brother died by suicide last year.
In 2011, Sinead’s husband died suddenly when they were on holidays in Portugal.
# op-ed - Saturday 29 October, 2016
James Behan of Men’s Voices Ireland on why men’s problems are frequently trivialised.
# op-ed - Wednesday 19 October, 2016
Today, the Labour Party is introducing to the Dáil legislation that will require those who provide counselling services to women experiencing crisis pregnancies to be registered and regulated.
# op-ed - Tuesday 21 June, 2016
Senator Frank Feighan says rejoining the Commonwealth will promote Ireland’s values to a global audience.
# op-ed - Saturday 14 May, 2016
The plan to link Child Benefit to children’s school attendance records has come under much scrutiny this week.
# op-ed - Thursday 5 May, 2016
Security expert Tom Clonan explains why armies across the world need female soldiers and officers, in all positions.
# op-ed - Wednesday 20 April, 2016
The fallout from the 2016 general election has been largely incomprehensible to most citizens, and even to many devoted political watchers.
# op-ed - Sunday 17 April, 2016
In Ireland, there is no terrorism alert system or threat level assessment that we know of. This is a grave concern, writes Tom Clonan.
# op-ed - Friday 15 April, 2016
Ross Golden-Bannon says Ireland needs a Food Sovereignty Proclamation.
# op-ed - Saturday 9 April, 2016
Men need to start feeling more than a little uncomfortable about the issue of consent, writes Donal O’Keeffe.
The reality is that Dublin accounts for 40% of the nations economy and so it attracts an outsized proportion of its investment, writes Aaron McKenna.
# op-ed - Tuesday 5 April, 2016
RTÉ received dozens of complaints over the Michaella interview this week, deservedly so, writes Lorraine Courtney.
If you know a vacancy is likely, 12 months down the line, you should objectively assess yourself and see have you got what it takes now.
# op-ed - Sunday 3 April, 2016
Since 1992, Stephen has had three separate kidney transplants – one of which was a live donation from his sister.
“Having autism defines no one.”
# op-ed - Tuesday 29 March, 2016
The state can no longer justify paying large subsidies to farmers whose produce goes directly overseas while refusing to support small scale local production, writes Fergal Anderson.
# op-ed - Monday 28 March, 2016
# op-ed - Sunday 27 March, 2016
Margaret Skinnider played a play a key role in the struggle for independence in 1916.
June Tinsley writes that some families are living in deplorable conditions around the country and says the time for talk is over.
The vultures arrived in Ireland after the crisis when they realised there was a lot of property up for grabs at knock down prices, writes Michael Byrne.
# op-ed - Saturday 26 March, 2016
A victory for Isis would see Muslim citizens even further reviled, harassed and ghettoised in European cities, writes Donal O’Keeffe.
As part of Michael Kelly’s 52 Veg – A Year of Growing, Cooking and Eating your own Food series – this week, we talk kohlrabi .
Aaron McKenna writes that people who truly need the disability payment are suffering at those that are scamming.
# op-ed - Friday 25 March, 2016
Printer Christopher Brady was called to Liberty Hall on Easter Sunday 1916 for a special job – he was stunned to read the text of the Proclamation calling for a Republic.
# op-ed - Thursday 24 March, 2016
Extreme forms of mutilation can lead to difficulties in menstruation, painful intercourse, incontinence and infertility.
# op-ed - Wednesday 23 March, 2016
Ross Golden-Bannon writes that food labels should say exactly what is contained in our food.
Sligo man, Heber Rowan, who is living in Brussels says yesterday was a day that ripped through the heart of life in Brussels.
# op-ed - Tuesday 22 March, 2016
Columnist Tom Clonan takes an in-depth look at the aftermath following today’s attacks in Brussels and what it means for security in Europe.
# op-ed - Sunday 20 March, 2016
It’s time for all men to get a little bit uncomfortable about the culture we all operate in, writes Mia Doering.
# op-ed - Friday 18 March, 2016
Debt is scary – sometimes scary to face and always scary to hide from, writes Stephen Curtis.
# op-ed - Thursday 17 March, 2016
Andrew McGinley, who has worked behind a bar many a St Patrick’s Day, says that while you see everyone enjoying themselves, a bigger question comes to mind.
# op-ed - Wednesday 16 March, 2016
If you make a mistake in work, it’s important to accept it, take it on the chin and move on.
# op-ed - Tuesday 15 March, 2016
The Court of Appeal Magnus Meyer Hustveit was given a 15-month sentence today.
The battle in Marino over pear trees is an example of how we need to think outside the box when it comes to food education, writes Ross Golden-Bannon.
# op-ed - Sunday 13 March, 2016
There needs to be a carefully choreographed evacuation plan with an event of this size, writes Tom Clonan.