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# interview - Monday 20 January, 2020

From The42 'I love Munster, I invested so much of myself into the place, and I still do love it' World Cup Winner

'I love Munster, I invested so much of myself into the place, and I still do love it'

Felix Jones was part of the Springboks’ coaching team as they won the World Cup last year.

From The42 'It's difficult for Irish players when they train 2 or 3 times a week... Then they go to England' Interview

'It's difficult for Irish players when they train 2 or 3 times a week... Then they go to England'

National U15s coach Jason Donohue chats about the challenges facing young footballers.

# interview - Friday 17 January, 2020

From Business ETC From 1980s trading to the trillion-euro investment management business: The rise of Regina Breheny Interview

From 1980s trading to the trillion-euro investment management business: The rise of Regina Breheny

Responsible investment is ‘ticking along nicely’ say the IAIM boss, who has an eye to the future.

# interview - Saturday 11 January, 2020

'We need shows like Fair City to star people with disabilities and reflect the world we live in'

The short film Aretha stars young actress Orla Casey, who has been acting since she was in primary school.

# interview - Friday 10 January, 2020

'It's the evolving nature of capitalism, it can't just be about profit': Meet the man helping scale social entrepreneurship with ChangeX

Alongside Niamh McKenna, Paul O’Hara is pioneering a new tech-driven way to spread social innovations.

From Business ETC 'It's the evolving nature of capitalism, it can't just be about profit': Meet the man helping scale social entrepreneurship with ChangeX Interview

'It's the evolving nature of capitalism, it can't just be about profit': Meet the man helping scale social entrepreneurship with ChangeX

Alongside Niamh McKenna, Paul O’Hara is pioneering a new tech-driven way to spread social innovations.

# interview - Friday 3 January, 2020

'This is the most fun business on the planet, the most difficult but the most fun'

How Bobby Healy plans to put food delivery drones in Irish skies in 2020 with Manna.

From Business ETC 'This is the most fun business on the planet, the most difficult but the most fun' Deeptech

'This is the most fun business on the planet, the most difficult but the most fun'

How Bobby Healy plans to put food delivery drones in Irish skies in 2020 with Manna.

# interview - Thursday 2 January, 2020

From The42 The Irish Olympian who rebuilt himself Interview This post contains videos

The Irish Olympian who rebuilt himself

Niall Bruton on his athletics career coming to an end prematurely and his long battle to come to terms with it.

# interview - Sunday 29 December, 2019

From The42 'I'll never have one single regret that I haven't gone away to England' Interview

'I'll never have one single regret that I haven't gone away to England'

Sean Gannon on establishing his reputation at Dundalk as the League of Ireland’s top full-back.

# interview - Friday 27 December, 2019

Coveney: Boris' trade talks deadline is just part of his 'Get Brexit Done' message

In a wide-ranging interview, Coveney says he isn’t trying to manoeuvre himself into a leadership contest with Leo Varadkar.

# interview - Thursday 26 December, 2019

Eamon Ryan: Green Party taoiseach is 'not far away'

The Green Party leader said that one of his successors could be taoiseach in two governments time.

From The42 'You stop and you think, ‘There’s far more to life than a footy game'' Perspective

'You stop and you think, ‘There’s far more to life than a footy game''

Connacht coach Andy Friend tells The42 about his nomadic coaching journey.

From The42 'If someone hears my name and thinks, that's the guy who was sexually abused, I'm okay with that' Interview

'If someone hears my name and thinks, that's the guy who was sexually abused, I'm okay with that'

Richie Sadlier discusses his new book ‘Recovering’ and his long journey towards contentment.

# interview - Tuesday 24 December, 2019

From The42 Ireland's Manchester City star aiming to build on 'positive' 2019 Interview

Ireland's Manchester City star aiming to build on 'positive' 2019

Megan Campbell on the doubts created by the FAI’s perilous financial situation, the highs and lows of the past year and her hopes for 2020.

From The42 'Some days it wasn't good enough, other days it was, but every day I gave it my all' Interview

'Some days it wasn't good enough, other days it was, but every day I gave it my all'

Duncan Williams reflects on a professional rugby career during which he made 163 appearances for Munster.

From The42 'You go through the suffering of being stared at, looked at, pointed at, but at the end of the day, you’re you' Journey This post contains videos

'You go through the suffering of being stared at, looked at, pointed at, but at the end of the day, you’re you'

Nicole Turner on growing up with dwarfism and winning a bronze medal at the World Championships earlier this year.

# interview - Monday 23 December, 2019

From The42 From Tallaght to Cape Verde: A League of Ireland star's remarkable 12 months Looking Back

From Tallaght to Cape Verde: A League of Ireland star's remarkable 12 months

Roberto Lopes on a year in which he won the FAI Cup with Shamrock Rovers and made his international debut.

# interview - Sunday 22 December, 2019

FF's John McGuinness: 'If a motion of no confidence came up in the government, I would vote for that motion'

Varadkar said yesterday he would need assurances from Fianna Fáil that dissidents in the party could be counterbalanced.

# interview - Friday 20 December, 2019

Meet the (one of the) men behind Taoglas, the Irish company working on next-gen IoT tech

Co-founder Ronan Quinlan thinks Ireland can lead the way in precision tech for e-scooters and much more.

From Business ETC Meet the (one of the) men behind Taoglas, the Irish company working on next-gen IoT tech Interview

Meet the (one of the) men behind Taoglas, the Irish company working on next-gen IoT tech

Co-founder Ronan Quinlan thinks Ireland can lead the way in precision tech for e-scooters and much more.

# interview - Thursday 19 December, 2019

Verona Murphy: 'Do we have to wait for a London Bridge incident on Wexford Bridge?'

The former Fine Gael candidate says she has been called racist for ‘raising security issues’.

# interview - Tuesday 17 December, 2019

'We want truth and justice': Nóra Quoirin family call for inquest to be carried out in Malaysia

Nóra Quoirin’s parents have spoken out for the first time since her death in an interview with RTÉ News.

From The42 'A dream come true' - 17-year-old Meath youngster savours World Darts Championship debut Reaction This post contains videos

'A dream come true' - 17-year-old Meath youngster savours World Darts Championship debut

Keane Barry, the youngest player at this year’s event, went up against Vincent van der Voort last night.

# interview - Sunday 15 December, 2019

From The42 'I think in three years' time, there will be an Irish player in the NBA' Talent

'I think in three years' time, there will be an Irish player in the NBA'

Journalist and author Emmet Ryan on touring Europe for his new book, Irish basketball’s great hope Aidan Harris Igiehon and more.

# interview - Friday 13 December, 2019

From Business ETC 'There is a huge unmet clinical need': Meet the Irish entrepreneur helping tinnitus sufferers Health 2.0

'There is a huge unmet clinical need': Meet the Irish entrepreneur helping tinnitus sufferers

Ross O’Neill is growing Neuromod into a major Irish medtech player.

# interview - Thursday 12 December, 2019

'There is a huge unmet clinical need': Meet the Irish entrepreneur helping tinnitus sufferers

Ross O’Neill is growing Neuromod into a major Irish medtech player.

# interview - Saturday 7 December, 2019

From The42 Scannell's remarkable European record continues as Munster clash with Saracens Durable

Scannell's remarkable European record continues as Munster clash with Saracens

The 25-year-old still has big Ireland ambitions as he makes his 30th consecutive start in Europe for Munster.

# interview - Friday 6 December, 2019

'We're not expecting too much': BBC's Andrew Neil challenges Boris Johnson to 'oven ready' interview

Boris Johnson has been accused of hiding from scrutiny by ducking the interview with the broadcaster.

# interview - Sunday 1 December, 2019

From The42 The Augustinian brother who became a pioneering figure for women's soccer in Ireland Influence

The Augustinian brother who became a pioneering figure for women's soccer in Ireland

Bernard Twomey on devoting much of his life to the beautiful game.

# interview - Saturday 30 November, 2019

From The42 'My career coming to a premature halt is not the reason I'm an alcoholic' Interview This post contains videos

'My career coming to a premature halt is not the reason I'm an alcoholic'

In a wide-ranging conversation, former Ireland U21 international Kieron Brady discusses his life before and after football.

# interview - Friday 29 November, 2019

'The gun was to our head': Revive Active's boss on being proactive to Brexit-proof his business

Meet Daithi O’Connor, the man behind Paula Radcliffe and Roz Purcell’s favourite vitamin supplement.

Meet the frontman, turned lawyer, turned entrepreneur disrupting the legal business

Dan Fox swapped the stage for the law library, now he is transforming the legal trade with Johnson Hana.

From Business ETC Meet the frontman, turned lawyer, turned entrepreneur disrupting the legal business Interview

Meet the frontman, turned lawyer, turned entrepreneur disrupting the legal business

Dan Fox swapped the stage for the law library, now he is transforming the legal trade with Johnson Hana.

# interview - Wednesday 27 November, 2019

From The42 Kildare man O'Brien benefits from stint in 7s as he pushes on with Leinster Flyer

Kildare man O'Brien benefits from stint in 7s as he pushes on with Leinster

The 23-year-old has shone at outside centre and fullback early on this season.

# interview - Tuesday 26 November, 2019

From The42 Joe Schmidt interview: planning to live without a plan... for now Legacy

Joe Schmidt interview: planning to live without a plan... for now

Murray Kinsella sits down with the former Ireland head coach to reflect on the Rugby World Cup, his new book and much more.

# interview - Saturday 23 November, 2019

Governments need to work with tech companies to curb hate speech, says Facebook anti-terror chief

In an interview with TheJournal.ie, Facebook’s counterterrorism chief said it was dealing with grey areas at present.

'People see this persona on stage and they read into it': Enigmatic musician PJ Harvey journeys to warzone for new film

A new documentary follows PJ Harvey from Kosovo to Washington DC, and then on to the making of her last album.

From The42 'When I was younger, I would've probably said I don’t believe in that s***e but you have to open your mind' Hank And Charlie

'When I was younger, I would've probably said I don’t believe in that s***e but you have to open your mind'

Dubliner Paddy Madden, these days playing under Joey Barton at Fleetwood Town, discusses ‘ruthless’ dressing rooms and the two sides of a footballer.

# interview - Friday 22 November, 2019

'People buy from people, nothing beats personal relationships'

Meet Rory O’Connor, the man building Wexford company Scurri into a major player in e-commerce tech.