# opinion - Today’s News
Binge eating was only declared an eating disorder in May 2013 so there is still a stigma surrounding it, writes Jodie Kenny.
I’ll be shaking my fist at the TV, with the other wrapped responsibly around a glass of wine, writes Steven Galvin.
Here are 10 tips for how firms can take advantage and tell their ‘stories’ better.
If the Wicklow Way compensation case was successful it would have set a disastrous precedent, writes Andrew Doyle.
# opinion - Yesterday’s News
Comedians are at the forefront of a battle against an assault on free speech, writes Seán Connolly.
There’s an overall sense of spring in the air and the mild weather makes the job of coaxing seeds up a little easier, writes Michael Kelly.
The people I work with are not are not speculators or wily investors. They are not people who knowingly entered into home loans they couldn’t afford, writes Julie Sadlier.
# opinion - Friday 24 February, 2017
Women have the right to dress exactly as they want. The right to cover is just as important as the right to uncover, writes Lorraine Courtney.
# opinion - Thursday 23 February, 2017
Going on strike is one of the only weapons a worker has, writes Aodhán Ó Ríordáin.
# opinion - Wednesday 22 February, 2017
Irish fans’ love of English football is often cited as a big reason for the domestic game’s problems.
Life after Operation Transformation is already filling up with fun and exciting challenges, writes Mairead Redmond.
Empty homes provide an unprecedented opportunity for the Government to effectively end homelessness in Ireland, writes Pat Doyle.
# opinion - Tuesday 21 February, 2017
There are three choices facing Ireland post-Brexit, writes Seanán Ó Coistín.
# opinion - Monday 20 February, 2017
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Well, Bill Gates thinks so.
The 63-year-old will be familiar with the Westerners’ philosophy when he arrived to fill Pat Lam’s sizable shoes.
These are the steps businesses should take to prepare for the future of work.
The Minister for Health has published a report announcing the programme for cannabis-based treatments. It doesn’t go far enough, writes Luke Ming Flanagan.
# opinion - Sunday 19 February, 2017
People who are on medication for any kind of mental health problem, don’t take meds because they want to, they take them because they have to, writes Nicola Hynds.
It would be foolish to conclude that all is well with the state of science and science communication in Ireland, writes Cormac Sheridan.
I’m not surprised that women are leading change, writes Elva Carri.
# opinion - Saturday 18 February, 2017
Thousands of refugees are crammed in squalid conditions on this Aegean island. One Irishman travelled to Lesvos to paint murals and raise awareness.
There are major risks – but also opportunities – for the Irish state in the changing political landscape.
From grown-up colouring books to Paul Martin’s award-winning garden at last year’s RHS Chelsea Flower Show, mindfulness is still very much having a moment, writes Michael Kelly.
Men assaulted by their partners are often ignored by police, see their attacker go free and have far fewer refuges to flee to than women, writes David Walsh.
# opinion - Friday 17 February, 2017
Much has been done to combat the stigma around anxiety and depression by initiatives like Cycle Against Suicide, writes Colm Hayes.
# opinion - Thursday 16 February, 2017
The former Red Devils midfielder believes that the captain will be struggling to cope with his place on the substitutes’ bench.
The burden for small firms investing in research should be lifted.
Studios should concentrate on why people illegally consume content, rather than trying to stop them doing it, writes Gavin Nugent.
# opinion - Wednesday 15 February, 2017
Mainstream Irish media tends to focus on the very limited political spectrum that is Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and Labour, writes Luke Ming Flanagan.
# opinion - Tuesday 14 February, 2017
If you’re in a relationship Valentine’s Day can be really fun and smug. But if you’re not, here is Alice from First Dates on how to find your boo.
# opinion - Monday 13 February, 2017
Toxic trade deal or necessary agreement? We debate the controversial Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) between the EU and Canada.
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For some it’s a winning formula, but others say office and home life shouldn’t mix.
Our climate is warming and major flood events are likely to occur once every 10 years by the second half of this century, writes Anja Murray.
# opinion - Sunday 12 February, 2017
Some Late Late viewers weren’t happy when Amanda Brunker got botox on the show last month. But everybody has the right to do what they want and we need to break the taboo around injectables, writes Martha Ryan.
While interpretations of gender are more fluid than ever, there is a steady trajectory of retrogressive masculinity seeping into mainstream culture, writes Mary Cate Smith.
Gerry Edwards, chairperson of TFMR Ireland, on the pain and courage inherent in using a personal bereavement in a very public battle.
# opinion - Saturday 11 February, 2017
Monday is International Epilepsy Day. Ailbhe Benson (27) reveals her personal journey with the condition that affects over 37,000 people in Ireland.
A shortage of certain vegetables in our supermarkets has spurred a rise in the sale of seeds. It’s easy and very rewarding to grow your own, writes Michael Kelly.
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