Low poll would reflect a referendum campaign that just failed to catch fire

World of Politics with Harry McGee – harrymcgee@gmail.com I'm surprised at the lack of engagement with the referendums next Friday. Sure, nobody was ever going to get into a lather of sweat about a...

Using slow movement to increase your health and energy

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Every martial art – from karate to capoeira to muay thai – has a certain appeal to those interested in pursuing them and, yet, the most popular, Tai Chi,...

FG ‘microsite’ reflects size of voters’ IQ

Bradley Bytes – A Sort of Political Column by Dara Bradley Fine Gael thinks the electorate is stupid. Granted, it’s the same electorate that voted Fine Gael into power, so the...

Newspapers make me happy, sad and insane!

Apparently, if you’re under 25 years of age, you rarely, if ever, buy newspapers, preferring either to read them online or just watch the TV news.   What a world you...

Galway’s ‘Jimi Hendrix’ recalls tales of his own transition years

The minute Séamus Kelleher picked up a guitar at the age of 14, he knew music would be his life. He didn’t know then how, and he didn’t care, but music was his saviour...

Philosophical Facebook leaves you with real questions to ponder

A Different View with Dave O’Connell The world finally turned full circle last week when Facebook asked me what must be the ultimate philosophical question – do I really know myself? ...


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