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# Outside the box

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How the Danish co-housing model could help solve Ireland's crisis
This type of housing scheme has started to break into the Irish market.
'Put a cost on his life': The limited options facing Irish cancer patients when time is running out
There are drugs that could help him, but cancer patient Brian Slattery needs to fund the €140,000 treatment himself.
The female Muslim comedian tackling extremism by cracking jokes
“One woman came up to me after a show and said ‘are you for real, are you wearing this hijab for real?’.”
Van Basten calls for offside rule to be abolished
The Dutch legend believes football needs to adapt and change a number of rules in order to remain attractive
Nine things to buy a soccer fan this Christmas
Forget season tickets, new football boots and your run of the mill calendars, think outside the box this festive season.
Denis Hickie says Leinster's new coach should not be a big name
Hickie has backed Leo Cullen to make an impact
Stuck for space? One man has built a floating office in Dublin's Silicon Docks
Inside DoSpace – a co-working space with a few differences.
You might be surprised by who Neville and Carragher think is the PL's best defender
Hint: It’s not John Terry or Vincent Kompany
The 12 most insufferable pieces of office jargon in existence
Let’s blue-sky this dialogue and circle back tomorrow.
'Alternative CV' bags UCD graduate a job with Twitter
Jordan McDonnell’s CV went worldwide with 115,000 views – and ended up getting him a job in his home city.
UCD graduate’s alternative CV goes viral with 90,000 views
Commerce graduate Jordan McDonnell was being rebuffed for marketing jobs – so he put together a different kind of CV.
Soccernomics: how good are Trap's Boys in Green compared to class of '88?
Had the likes of Given, Dunne, Doyle or Hunt played in the 1980s they they would be playing for the elite English clubs, write economists Robbie and David Butler.
Deep Heat and cold philosophy: is Andy Gray a modern-day Aristotle?
In the first of his series on philosophy and sport, Carl Dolan attempts to find a place for the fired Sky Sports football pundit amongst some of the world’s biggest thinkers.