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The Guardian

# the-guardian - Thursday 10 April, 2014

From The Daily Edge The Guardian mixed up Daniel O’Donnell and Daniel O’Connell O'connell/o'donnell

The Guardian mixed up Daniel O’Donnell and Daniel O’Connell

The political leader, or the lovably twee singer? WHICH ONE IS IT?

# the-guardian - Thursday 20 March, 2014

From The Score VIDEO: Bill O’Herlihy falls for fake statistic, quotes it live on air Okey D'oh!

VIDEO: Bill O’Herlihy falls for fake statistic, quotes it live on air

Poor Billo believed that David Moyes had scouted 39,432 players before signing Fellaini and Mata.

# the-guardian - Thursday 13 March, 2014

From The Daily Edge Limerick student’s brilliant Wolf of Wall Street parody featured on The Guardian Vote Tommy Bolger

# the-guardian - Friday 7 March, 2014

From The Daily Edge Guardian reader’s letter poses VERY good question Apocalypse Now?

Guardian reader’s letter poses VERY good question

We wonder how long the writer was planning this doozy.

# the-guardian - Friday 28 February, 2014

Simon Coveney says rotting meat claims are wrong and have been ‘hyped up’

A Polish report detailed ‘green and rotting meat’ in a Monaghan food plant but the meat in question had been removed from storage for testing according to the Minister.

# the-guardian - Tuesday 21 January, 2014

War crimes report accuses Syria of torture and 11,000 executions

The report by three former war crimes prosecutors, based on thousands of photos smuggled out of the country, accuses Syria of large-scale killing and torture. (Note: graphic content).

# the-guardian - Thursday 16 January, 2014

More Snowden revelations: NSA collected almost 200 million texts a day

The secret operation, codenamed ‘Dishfire’, used the messages to extract data on the location, contact networks and credit card details of mobile users.

# the-guardian - Tuesday 14 January, 2014

Column: There isn’t a ‘right’ way to die. Journalists should recognise that.

Lisa Bonchek Adams was diagnosed with breast cancer seven years ago, and has since publicly chronicled her experiences online. Journalists asking whether this is ‘too public’ are asking the wrong questions, writes Marie Ennis-O’Connor.

# the-guardian - Wednesday 8 January, 2014

From Business ETC China has blocked its citizens from reading the Guardian Censorship

China has blocked its citizens from reading the Guardian

It is not clear why the move was taken as there has been little written about the country in recent days.

# the-guardian - Friday 27 December, 2013

From The Score Woof! It’s our 25 favourite AC Jimbo intros from Football Weekly AC Jimbo

Woof! It’s our 25 favourite AC Jimbo intros from Football Weekly

“Spain show Ireland who’s the real Lords of Gdansk with more Oles than a crowd of Frenchmen ordering their coffees.”

# the-guardian - Thursday 26 December, 2013

From Business ETC After Jedward and hurling, The Guardian editorial is full of praise for… IDA Ireland In Praise Of

After Jedward and hurling, The Guardian editorial is full of praise for… IDA Ireland

Enda Kenny will be drinking out of his ‘Best Small Country In The World In Which To Do Business’ mug this morning…

# the-guardian - Tuesday 3 December, 2013

Guardian editor defends publication of NSA leaks in the face of tough questioning

Alan Rusbridger said he was “surprised” when committee chairman Keith Vaz asked him: “Do you love this country?”

# the-guardian - Monday 2 December, 2013

From The Daily Edge The Sun hits back at Russell Brand rant, labelling him ‘the biggest hypocrite in Britain’ Booky Wook

The Sun hits back at Russell Brand rant, labelling him ‘the biggest hypocrite in Britain’

The comedian compared Rupert Murdoch to Hitler and plans to sue the paper.

# the-guardian - Monday 25 November, 2013

From Business ETC The Guardian’s former investigations editor to discuss press freedom with VinB Press Freedom

The Guardian’s former investigations editor to discuss press freedom with VinB

David Leigh retired last April and his illustrious career included a 1995 TV documentary which led to the jailing of a former defence minister.

# the-guardian - Tuesday 19 November, 2013

From The Score VIDEO: The Secret Footballer gives his first television interview Guess Who?

VIDEO: The Secret Footballer gives his first television interview

Channel 4′s Jon Snow quizzed the anonymous player about his new book last night.

# the-guardian - Friday 8 November, 2013

Guardian editor faces grilling over Edward Snowden’s NSA leaks

Alan Rusbridger has been asked to appear before the British parliament’s Home Affairs Select Committee next month.

# the-guardian - Saturday 26 October, 2013

Dracula’s legacy: How the ‘Irish-born’ vampire kicked off horror films

Dracula is the most enduring horror character – but why do we love him so much?

# the-guardian - Thursday 26 September, 2013

From The Daily Edge Arthur’s Day “should be called vomit day” – celebration attracts international media attention Arthur's Day Headlines

# the-guardian - Tuesday 20 August, 2013

Guardian editor: The British government forced us to destroy hard drives

The Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has said that senior government officials pressured his paper to destroy files related to its recent stories about the National Security Agency in the US.

# the-guardian - Wednesday 24 July, 2013

From The Daily Edge Love/Hate looks set to be a big hit in the UK Cula Boola

Love/Hate looks set to be a big hit in the UK

The Guardian has called it “Ireland’s answer to The Wire”.

# the-guardian - Monday 24 June, 2013

From The Score Check out the best bits of the Lions win over Australia… in Lego Lego Lions

Check out the best bits of the Lions win over Australia… in Lego

George North looks as blocky and fearsome in Lego form as he does in real life.

# the-guardian - Thursday 6 June, 2013

Phone records ‘critical’ to war on terrorism, says White House

Obama administration collects telephone records of citizens even if they are not suspected of terrorism.

# the-guardian - Sunday 5 May, 2013

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# the-guardian - Sunday 7 April, 2013

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# the-guardian - Sunday 31 March, 2013

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# the-guardian - Monday 14 January, 2013

From The Score Here’s what the world’s media have been saying about Lance Armstong in the lead up to his Oprah interview Read All About It

# the-guardian - Wednesday 28 November, 2012

From Business ETC The Guardian’s “Three Little Pigs” tops Adweek’s best ad list for 2012 Advertising

The Guardian’s “Three Little Pigs” tops Adweek’s best ad list for 2012

The advertisement uses the children’s story to illustrate the evolution of a news story and public engagement in the news.

# the-guardian - Sunday 25 November, 2012

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# the-guardian - Sunday 11 November, 2012

Sitdown Sunday: 7 deadly reads

The very best of the week’s writing from around the web.

# the-guardian - Saturday 13 October, 2012

Weakest Link host says Charles Haughey groped her

Anne Robinson has told The Guardian that she hopes the former Taoiseach “went to the grave with bruises on his hands”.

# the-guardian - Thursday 27 September, 2012

From The Daily Edge Harry Potter and the Miraculously Unguarded Vagina – the JK Rowling reviews are in Review Of Reviews

Harry Potter and the Miraculously Unguarded Vagina – the JK Rowling reviews are in

We’ve read the reviews of The Casual Vacancy so you don’t have to.

# the-guardian - Monday 25 June, 2012

The Evening Fix: Monday Need To Know This post contains a poll

The Evening Fix: Monday

Things we learned, loved and shared today.

# the-guardian - Friday 1 June, 2012

From The Score VIDEO: An animated history of Irish football Euro 2012

VIDEO: An animated history of Irish football

Roy Keane, Thierry Henry and Eurovision heros of the past all make appearances in the James Richardson-narrated episode from the Guardian.

# the-guardian - Tuesday 29 May, 2012

From The Score Forrester included in European goal of the season list Golazzos

Forrester included in European goal of the season list

Check out all 20 of the continent’s best finishes, along with the Saints winger’s lob against Shamrock Rovers.

# the-guardian - Sunday 6 May, 2012

From The Score Hodgson to seek advice from Capello ahead of Euros Consultation

Hodgson to seek advice from Capello ahead of Euros

The incoming England manager admits it will be difficult to remain focused on West Brom-related affairs as the season approaches its climax.

# the-guardian - Thursday 5 April, 2012

From Business ETC Sky News: We hacked in the public interest Canoe Man

Sky News: We hacked in the public interest

Sky News authorised a journalist to access emails of individuals suspected of criminal activity.

# the-guardian - Monday 12 March, 2012

From The Daily Edge Home Alone house sells for $1.58m Home Alone House

Home Alone house sells for $1.58m

The Home Alone mansion sells for well under the asking price.

Could wolf-whistling be outlawed in Ireland?

It was suggested last week that wolf-whistling could be banned in the UK – but it appears that the controversy emerged from a Council of Europe convention on violence against women. Ireland is currently studying its recommendations.

# the-guardian - Friday 10 February, 2012

From The Daily Edge ‘Horribly funny’: The Guard wins Guardian First Film award Winning

‘Horribly funny’: The Guard wins Guardian First Film award

John Michael McDonagh’s film has been recognised by the British newspaper’s annual film awards.

# the-guardian - Wednesday 18 January, 2012

Column: Call them red-tops if you want – but we still need popular journalism

Tabloid misbehaviour is an easy target for complaints – but popular news is essential to our society, writes John O’Sullivan.

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