Readers like you keep news free for everyone.

More than 5,000 readers have already pitched in to keep free access to The Journal.

For the price of one cup of coffee each week you can help keep paywalls away.

Support us today
Not now
Sunday 4 June 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Discontent

Last year
# Discontent
Newcastle game will go ahead despite fans' ‘sportswashing’ protest
Mainz supporters have expressed disquiet over Saudi Arabia’s human rights record.
# Discontent
Over three quarters of Man United fans unhappy with running of the club, survey finds
Almost 20,000 supporters responded to the poll.
# Discontent
Some inter-county and college players facing three games in three days this weekend
Westmeath is one of the counties directly impacted, with players vocal on social media.
All time
Trouble in the ranks: 'We've a health and housing crisis and our solution is to keep Fine Gael running the show'
Micheál Martin announced this week that he would extend the confidence and supply arrangement with Fine Gael.
# running out of time
'Change hasn't worked for this club' - Bradley calls on Shamrock Rovers fans to stick with him
The Hoops manager is under increased pressure with the club currently languishing in the bottom half of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.
Column: Could Brazil's protests spread?
Could the demonstrations in South America’s largest country spread across the continent just like with the Arab Spring, asks Fergal Browne – who says Argentina and Brazil are not all that different.
# Political Action
‘It doesn’t stop here’ – Man promises new political party after 123 mile walk
Martin Critten completed a 123-mile walk to Dublin last week and says that the support he received along the way gives him a platform to form a new political party shortly.
# Political Action
Man to walk from Limerick to Dublin hoping to form new political party
Martin Critten says he wants people to join him in creating a new political party and a new manifesto that will be formed by the input of ordinary people.