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Impact of Brexit on the younger generation

USUALLY when we have to live with the full impact of a political outcome, it is following a decision that we had the choice to directly ...

More import than ever to take advantage of Valentine’s Day in rural Ireland

Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity for people to release and display their emotions. It’s a great opportunity for all ages to find love, enhance love and allow...
Neil Farrell

Time to end the gender scaremongering, gender euphoria will make closets a thing of...

There is nothing more beautiful in this world than selfhood. Loving yourself is the first step to being healthy, sane and productive. I came out of the closet...
Andrew Hamilton

An Irish solution won’t solve an Irish problem

IT’D be a grand little country if it wasn’t for the ISTAIP and all the rain. The ISTAIP? You know it, it’s the ultimate expression of our self-defeating, cute-hoor-ology, the Irish Solution...

The Unnoticeable Recovering Economy

WE hear on a daily basis about the so-called recovering economy, but who is benefiting? Disposable incomes may be rising but so is the cost of housing and...
Bishop Fintan Monahan

Taking a mid-January rain-check on our New Year Resolutions

At this point in the middle of January it may be the case that our new year resolutions have receded into the mists of time or perhaps not. It is hard to...

The Time for Talk is Over, Now is the Time for Change

My life is in the hands of politicians who will never be affected as drastically by the impacts of climate change as I will be.
Andrew Hamilton

Can We Still Save Irish Farming?

There are pensioners all over the county pushing their bodies to the limits to keep cattle fed and fields tended because they cannot bare to let the land go idle. Is there a future for farming in Clare? Can we escape the Farmageddon?