You think you’ve lost touch until life happens!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Got a text from my mate in Yorkshire. “Call me.” We’d almost lost touch. Back in the mid-80s, we’d been fairly inseparable, in what today they’d call a ‘bromance’....

Poisonous abuse of players cannot be allowed continue

Inside Track with Ciaran Tierney Leaving the press area under the Cusack Stand after the Galway minor hurlers had lost their All-Ireland final at Croke Park back in September; it was interesting to chat...

Technology brings us closer to a world without people

A Different View with Dave O’Connell We are moving inexorably closer to a world without human contact, where you can carry on most of your day-to-day business without ever laying eyes on another face....

Economic recovery still the only yardstick by which voters measure Coalition success

World of Politics with Harry McGee – It might have been Bill Clinton who made the phrase famous – but it was his mercurial strategist James Carville who thought it up. "It's the...

Shutting out the media will damage GAA in the long term

Talking Sport - Stephen Glennon argues change in attitude towards the press is detrimental to the Association  Former Cork goalkeeper, All-Ireland winner, All-Star and Sunday Game analyst Donal Óg Cusack wrote a very interesting...

Ego-massaging silly signs blight landscape

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley It’s amazing how the State blights our landscape with signage and gets away with it. Take these two ugly yokes,...


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