Mary Minihan: 'I suppose I had a kid’s-eye view of the Troubles from the back seat of the car'
Anyone who has had a sandwich snatched out of their hand has surely wished for a shotgun
An Irishwoman’s Diary on how a chance encounter lead to an unexpected question
I like to think Kress would have liked Leiria’s story and way in which it was told
Important principles from the catechism of cliché and a parallel development
Marx repeated something his friend Friedrich Engels had just written about Hegel
Was Polish Count Pawel Strzelecki a spy for the British government?
Government decisions were in accordance with grim teachings of Thomas Malthus
He captured the changing face of the country, through Irish eyes
At Swim-Two-Birds pays extended homage to the number 3 with three beginnings, three ends and a similar number of plots in between
’Wild-eyed’ republicans or Anglo-Irish types who spoke as if they were sucking marbles
What would George M Tully think if he were to step inside a modern newsroom?
Evictions combined with advent of photojournalism brought ram under spotlight
Irishman's Diary: Musicians bumped into each other on my desk via respective books
An Irishman’s Diary:
Those who have visited this part of Italy will understand Frediano’s abrupt decision to relocate
An Irishman’s Diary: Celtic scholar praised for his work on old Irish poems and sagas
An Irishman’s Diary: The festival was banned in 1837 after a man fell to his death during the debauches
Defining event of Stockdale’s life was the time he spent as a prisoner of war in Vietnam
The motivation for Irish participation was humanitarian, in large part
When the start of a sentence loses touch with the end
Iris Murdoch: ‘Being a woman is like being Irish’, one of her characters said
An Irishman’s Diary on the English novelist who was a ‘friendly enemy’ to Shaw
Orwell's 1947 essay 'Towards European Unity' is still relevant today
Irishman's Diary: Born 200 years ago, Peter Doyle was poet's lifelong companion
A second election in six months could well fail to break the country’s political deadlock
The review conducted into “Mary’s” case showed what could and did go wrong within a secretive healthcare system lacking public accountability
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