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Dublin: 9 °C Saturday 28 March, 2020


# negative - Tuesday 11 February, 2020

No confirmed cases but 65 people in total tested for coronavirus in Ireland

The deadly virus was today officially named covid-19.

# negative - Saturday 5 March, 2016

From The42 Leicester's player of the season, negative Spurs and more Premier League talking points Analysis

Leicester's player of the season, negative Spurs and more Premier League talking points

Plus, Man City still in the title race and Norwich look doomed.

# negative - Friday 18 July, 2014

Dislike: The more time you spend on Facebook, the worse you will feel

A new study shows that going on Facebook can only have a negative impact on your mood, regardless of what you look at.

# negative - Friday 27 June, 2014

Does focusing on exam results have a negative impact on education?

That’s what an Australian expert told Irish education professionals at a lecture today.

# negative - Wednesday 30 April, 2014

Financial crisis associated with 'shock effect' on Irish attitudes towards immigrants

A study from the University of Limerick revealed the opposite effect in countries like Sweden and Denmark.

# negative - Monday 25 March, 2013

Second set of horsemeat tests published by FSAI

The results showed the presence of horsemeat in two products that had already been withdrawn from the market.

# negative - Tuesday 6 March, 2012

Young Fine Gael branch told Ireland is not a ‘victim of foreign bogeymen’

Junior minister Brian Hayes also had more to say on what he calls the North Korean School of Economics.

# negative - Monday 10 October, 2011

From The Daily Edge The human brain 'rejects' negative thoughts Optimism

The human brain 'rejects' negative thoughts

About 80 per cent of us are hard-wired to see events through rose-coloured glasses, according to new research.