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13 March 2017 Edition

Uafáis Earnáil an Fháilteachais

13 March 2017

TÁ SÁRÚ CEARTA oibrithe ag tarlú go forleathan in earnáil fháilteachais na Gaillimhe de réir taighde nua eisiach atá déanta ag Sinn Féin. Tá leibhéalacha do-ghlactha mí-úsáid o bhéal agus fisiciúil, ciapadh agus ionsaithe gnéís ag tarlú in óstáin agus bialanna i nGaillimh agus caithfear gníomhú chun athrú iomlán cultúr i chur i bhfeidhm iontu. Free article

Distraction tactics by political gossip

13 March 2017

SCANNING the front pages of the daily newspapers or listening to the morning talk-shows, your ‘average’ listener may be surprised to learn about some serious issues going on around them and their nearest and dearest. Free article

The legacy of Charles J Haughey

13 March 2017

I GREW UP in Edenmore, on Dublin’s northside, and Charles J Haughey was our local TD but the only time I saw him in the flesh was the day he shook hands with the crowds on Springdale Road when the Dublin Marathon passed by in 1982. Free article

A man of arts shaped by the conflict

13 March 2017

IN AN PHOBLACHT last month, ex-prisoner Laurence McKeown wrote about how he uses the arts to engage in the ‘difficult conversations’ around how we deal with the past. An Phoblacht talked to Laurence about his journey from the IRA and armed struggle to the 1981 Hunger Strike in the H-Blocks of Long Kesh and becoming a playwright. Free article

Making An Garda Síochána free from partisan control and serving the public

13 March 2017

POLICING in the 26 Counties has been plagued by scandal or crisis after crisis over many years due to to a failure of political leadership as well as operational command. Free article

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Tá sé in am dúinn athrú

13 March 2017

AN CEART go mbíonn lucht na Gaeilge ag fanacht go foighdeach le fáil amach cé bhéas i gceannas orainn, nó an cóir duinn bheith chómh gníomhach sin i gcúrsaí polaitiochta nach bhféadfaí gan aird a thabhairt orainn? Free article

TV’s Toffs and Thieves

13 March 2017

SO WHAT DID YOU WATCH on TV this week? A little sport? Some soaps? Maybe a little indulgent Netflix bingeing? In the Ireland of 2017, adults watch on average 3 hours 21 minutes of live television daily, according to TAM Ireland research. When you add in watching on a smartphone, PC, laptop or tablet, the viewing time grows even higher. Free article

A grim future for folklore

13 March 2017

A LONG TIME AGO, the road from our house to the village dipped and twisted into a sleepy hollow encased by a clump of trees that rustled in a gentle wind and whistled to a soft rain. Free article

The Irish freedom struggle in its social context

13 March 2017

Republicanism and Socialism in Ireland: From Wolfe Tone to James Connolly was published last year to mark the centenary of the Easter Rising. Its author, Priscilla Metscher, hails from Belfast Protestant stock and has written and lectured extensively on the politics of James Connolly. She is based in Germany, where she lectured at Oldenburg University. Free article

The challenge to achieve change

13 March 2017

THE Irish Times/Ipsos MRBI opinion poll published on 2 March shows that the two parties who have dominated the Southern state since partition are neck-and-neck in public approval ratings. Free article

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