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Video: Bike your way through wild Ballyhoura

The Irish Times is on the hunt for The Best Place to Go Wild in Ireland, asking members of the public to nominate their favourite spots to experience nature. To inspire you, were also making videos of some of them. Several people have written to ... Irish Times, 10 hours ago

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An editorial lapse

At The Irish Times the default position has been and will remain that the views expressed, often robustly, by our columnists and contributors such as cartoonist Martyn Turner, are largely sacrosanct. Were in the business of providing a platform for ...
 Irish Times3 hours ago
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Where is political outcry over cartoon attacking priests?

The apology published by The Irish Times today is an important acknowledgment that Martyn Turner's cartoon last Wednesday crossed a line. The cartoon caused immense upset, not on Twitter, or even in mainstream media, but among those who abhor seeing ...
 Irish Times5 hours ago Archbishop criticises Irish Times cartoon  RTE Online1 day ago Irish Times to explain why controversial cartoon was removed from website  TheJournal.ie14 hours ago Diarmuid Martin says priests feel hurt over yesterday's Irish Times cartoon  TheJournal.ie1 day ago
Ireland Business World

Anglo Trial-What the papers say

Friday, April 18 07:58:48 The Irish Times reports that Patrick Whelan and William McAteer have been found guilty of ten charges in the Anglo Irish Bank trial. Mr Whelan, 52, of Malahide, Dublin and Mr McAteer, 63, of Rathgar, Dublin, were ...
 Ireland Business World20 hours ago Anglo duo to get soft sentences  Irish Examiner1 day ago Anglo Irish Bankers Found Guilty  Politics.ie1 day ago Ex-bosses convicted of bank plot  Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago
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Damien Dempsey to perform at folk festival

Damien Dempsey has come through some hard times but is now described as the leading Irish singer of his generation, writes Sean Palmer. Hanging around Newtown, Sydney, Damien Dempsey is enjoying being back in Australia again. His thick Irish ...
 Inverell Times11 hours ago Dempsey gets into folk festival mood  Canberra Times16 hours ago
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Ethnic recognition would help do away with the shame of being a Traveller

Mags Casey, a young Traveller mother in Co Tipperary , spoke to The Irish Times seven years ago about the shame her son felt at being a Traveller. He had told her: It's a curse to be a Traveller, Mummy. When she urged him that his identity was ...
 Irish Times1 day ago Traveller rights must be recognised  Irish Examiner3 hours ago Broad welcome from Traveller and human rights groups to recommendation  Irish Times1 day ago Government to consider formally recognising Travellers as ethnic group  Irish Times1 day ago

Twenty years a-commenting: some things don't change

In the 20 years I have been writing this column for The Irish Times , there have been changes but much has remained depressingly the same. The major changes have been the Belfast Agreement, joining the euro and the financial crisis. There has ...
 Irish Times1 day ago
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Anglo trial jury resumes deliberations in Dublin

Kindle Edition Read articles from today's Irish Times newspaper on your Kindle or via the Kindle App on your tablet
 Irish Times2 days ago

"Safety fears over doctors who trained outside the EU", The London Times April 18 (subscription)

Since Irish hospitals recruit doctors from the same non-EU countries as the UK- India, Pakistan, Nigeria and Egypt - the same safety fears probably apply: -Non-EU doctors performed notably worse on key exams and performance reviews in the UK but ...
 Politics.ie9 hours ago
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John Waters answers the liberal establishment and the craven Irish Times

No crucifixion. Please note we reserve the right to edit comments for defamation, incitement to hatred and terms of hatred. It will never be known what acts of cowardice have been committed for fear of not looking sufficiently progressive - ...
 Village Magazine15 hours ago
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