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Wednesday 2 May, 2018

From The42 Taste of silverware intensifies trophy chase with Munster, says CJ Stander Hunger

Taste of silverware intensifies trophy chase with Munster, says CJ Stander

The Ireland number eight admitted the squad put themselves through a ‘tough’ and ‘honest’ review in an effort to hit their straps against Edinburgh this weekend.

Friday 23 December, 2011

Column: Why is Ireland addicted to the political dynasty?

Ireland has a long and weighty tradition of political families – so why do we keep voting for the same people? Johnny Fallon explains…

Friday 30 September, 2011

Column: ‘I thought what I was doing was normal’

How do women end up in prostitution? One tells her personal story, and describes her experience in the sex industry.

Tuesday 2 August, 2011

Column: Beating the bullies in the Bishop's Palace

One woman tells her story of being told by her husband of 13 years that he wanted their marriage annulled – and how she felt bullied by a two-hour inquestion by clerics to give it to him.

Friday 1 July, 2011

Column: 'I once worked an 80-hour shift' - a junior doctor's story

One young medic describes the sometimes nightmarish world of hospital staff shortages to

Monday 30 May, 2011

"You'll be back from prison in time for your dinner" - What really happens when you don't pay your TV licence

As figures reveal that more than 540 people were jailed last year for defaulting on fines, a reader reveals that she was told by a garda that if she went to prison for not paying a fine she’d be out that afternoon and could spend the money in the shops.