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Friday 24 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# David Kenny

Last year
# Podcast
The Explainer: What’s Ceta, and will Ireland hold a referendum on it?
On this week’s episode of The Explainer, we’re joined by Trinity College Dublin’s David Kenny to examine the EU-Canada Trade Agreement, and how the Irish Supreme Court has thrown a potential spanner in the works of it.
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# Walking Tall
David Kenny seizes opportunity on Olympic debut in 20km race walk
The 22-year-old Kerryman easily outperformed his world ranking to finish 29th in Sapporo.
# Dying with dignity
'It is up to the Dáil': Government won't need referendum to introduce assisted dying law
TDs are set to debate the Dying with Dignity Bill 2020 in the Dáil today.
# Brexit
A British university has launched a major project investigating the practicalities of a united Ireland
University College London is working with Irish universities on the project.
# midnight must read
Q&A: What does the controversial High Court decision on citizenship actually mean?
This week’s High Court decision came as a shock – so what does it all actually mean for citizenship?
# Startups and tech
Overstock is 'treading new ground' in attracting tech talent to Sligo
The US company is on a hiring spree that’s luring tech pros out of the capital.
# Eighth Q and A
Q&A: If the Eighth is repealed, what role would the Supreme Court play in abortion laws?
Could we see judicial interference? Constitutional expert Assistant Professor David Kenny examines the issue.
Lexington, Virginia: Where Trump's America and Clinton's America meet
David Kenny talks to the candidate’s supporters in the swing state of Virginia.
# Dual star
One Mayo player is aiming tomorrow for his third All-Ireland medal this year
For David Kenny, the victories have kept coming in 2016.
# Keep the Faith
Heartbreak for Antrim as late Kenny goal helps Offaly advance in SHC
The Faithful County managed to overturn a five-point deficit in the final 10 minutes in Ballycastle.
Read Me: The year’s best opinion pieces from
Thought-provoking, moving, controversial: Our pick of the top ten Read Mes from 2011.
The xenophobic 'Ould Enemy' cack spluttered over a cricket game shows how immature a country we can be
The Ireland team who excelled at cricket should be applauded. But the Brit-bashing celebration of their feat is hypocritical for a country that is, in many ways, becoming ‘more British than Britain itself’.
If I'd had the chance, I would have told him that the darkness passes
They learned to ride bikes, fight and ‘score’ girls together. They thought they looked like Clint Eastwood, or Elvis. Then Brian grew up, and lost himself in the darkness.