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March
March 2024
Can limby, God-fearing Scottie Scheffler save talent-depleted Tour?
The American is nobody’s idea of a charismatic leader, but does fit one of the prototypes sport sells us: the genius with a fatal flaw.
School refusal: Some strategies for parents dealing with this growing issue
Bronagh Starrs
My Story: 'I am Gazan living in Ireland, my family is trapped in the hell that is Rafah'
Ahmed Alsammak
Therapist: Motherhood is an emotional rollercoaster - go gently with yourself
Jade Lawless
Larry Donnelly: Make no mistake - Joe Biden is in deep trouble
Larry Donnelly
Ex-Garda Chief Super: Stakeknife and Operation Kenova - are there questions for Dublin?
John O'Brien
Opinion: Do women really support other women when it counts?
Niamh O'Reilly
How Pogba exposed football's attitude to fashion, individualism, and doping
Opinion: The care referendum is problematic, paternalistic and downright irresponsible
Orla Tinsley
Opinion: If we really want a more equal society, we need greater investment in adult learning
Dearbháil Lawless
Opinion: Yes, the wording is tricky, but I am voting 'Yes, Yes' in the proposed referendums
Ursula Barry
Opinion: Does the care referendum show that it’s time for some constitutional spring cleaning?
Dr Alan Greene
Opinion: Mainstream feminists are backing the 'care amendment' - this is a mistake
Rosaleen McDonagh
Analysis: Understanding harmful misinformation about an LGBTQ+ ‘agenda’ in Ireland
Ciarán O’Connor
Clara Dillon: I love stories about darkness lurking beneath a veneer of domestic civilisation
Clara Dillon
Carer: 'I'm so desperate for scraps of support, I'm almost hoping for a yes vote next week'
Rita B. Wray
February
February 2024
Pod complex: How Stick to Football has given us a more rounded view of Roy Keane
Opinion: I've been rejected by the government's Cost Rental Scheme again - it's time to emigrate
Jess Ní Mhaoláin
Debate Room: The Yes and No sides set out their cases for the forthcoming referendums
Sarah O'Reilly & Heather Humphreys
Opinion: What would a merger of Vodafone and Three mean across the UK telecoms market?
Dr Catarina Marvão
Ciaran Mullooly: RTÉ told staff to take our medicine because we were all equal - that was wrong
Ciaran Mullooly
Larry Donnelly: Quick takes on US politics - where are we now in the race for the White House?
Larry Donnelly
Opinion: Helping Ukrainians flee war along with their pets is the right thing to do
Suzi Walsh
Irish film director: 'A couple of minutes in, I knew we had found our Ukrainian leading lady'
Danny McCafferty
This uninspiring manager search is at least not distracting us from our minnow status
Unlike the heady fantasy of past managerial hunts, this one is at least not an exercise in blinding us to Irish football’s many problems.
Niamh O'Reilly: I looked around the rage room I'd just trashed and had the urge to tidy up
Niamh O'Reilly
Tom Clonan: An emboldened Putin and a possible Trump return pose real dangers for Europe
Tom Clonan
Handling heartbreak: 'Rejection does not make you a reject, it just means they weren't for you'
Mark Fennell
This means everything to Duignan. Probably too much. But there it is
Opinion: The Hen Harrier is the canary in the coal mine for upland biodiversity in Ireland
Ciaran Brennan
Money Diaries: A marketing and advertising executive on €60K living in Leinster
TheJournal.ie reader
Doctor: How to live longer and help the planet at the same time
Dr Lisa McNamee
Sinéad Burke: Heart disease has taught me to grab life with both hands and live every moment
Sinéad Burke
Border analysis: 'My dad was in the Orange Order, but I'd probably vote for a United Ireland'
Emma DeSouza
Shifting sands: The people of the West Bank are stuck in hellish game they never agreed to play
Hannah McCarthy
Dr Catherine Conlon: We need to get real about the dangers of smartphone use by young children
Dr Catherine Conlon
GAA needs to end the hypocrisy of ‘wink-and-elbow’ payments to managers
Tom Ryan last week said it is contributing to the erosion of the GAA’s volunteer ethos.
JFK in 1960, Blair 1997, Obama 2008, Corbyn 2017: Youth vote is a starting gun for momentum
Kevin Cunningham
Irish: It's not cool to just tear down our beautiful, native Gaeilge
Caolán Mac Grianna
Gino Kenny: 'The time has come to grasp the nettle on assisted dying'
Gino Kenny