Every week we put a question to one of our columnists. This week we ask Una Mullally, why do we need International Women’s Day? Have your say.
Willie Walsh continues campaign to win support for IAG bid for Aer Lingus
The wife of Ireland’s longest-serving lord lieutenant
The Rising was an act of armed rebellion by an extremist group outside the mainstream of nationalist politics
‘The best point of departure is the indisputable historical fact that the 1916 Rising was the catalyst for a series of events that meant that the independent Irish state was born out of violence’
‘In its own peculiar way, Ireland Inspires quite eloquently expresses the gap between history and commemoration’
The celebration should be a cross between a triumphant win at an All-Ireland Final and St Patrick’s Day and the wildest Lughnasa you’ve ever seen
‘It’s not all about money or funding: it’s about honesty, courage, planning, vision and political will’
Film-maker Danny Boyle should be invited to mount a spectacular event in Croke Park at Easter 2016
As we slip backwards into a busy year we fail to avoid the elephant in the cinema
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