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# Interview

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'I'm just enjoying it. Life's great' - Ireland's Liverpool star back on top after tough times
Leanne Kiernan: ‘If I didn’t enjoy the game, I wouldn’t be playing. I’d be back at home on the farm in Cavan.’
Ireland hoping to make history ahead of Tallaght clash with 'one of the best teams in the world'
Megan Connolly and co open their World Cup qualifying campaign against Sweden on Thursday.
'It was basically a Sunday league team' - The Irishman helping to lead a Qatari footballing revolution
Former Sligo Rovers player Ciaran Kelly now works as a technical director for Lusail Sports Club.
Coscoran targeting 'next level' for both himself and Irish athletics after Tokyo breakthrough
‘I’ll be pushing on, trying to get better and we’ll see how good I can get.’
'In any other walk of life, 30-35 is seen as a young man. In football terms you’re a pensioner'
Ten years on from his move across the water, Ireland winger James McClean speaks to David Sneyd about life and what he has learned from Shane Duffy.
Cycling 6,000km to Athens after conquering a heart condition, depression and an eating disorder
Former Dublin minor hurler Cormac Ryan is raising money for Pieta House and Bodywhys.
MeToo and the big screen: 'People aren't saying to me anymore - oh, that's just what he's like'
We talk to the two stars of new Irish film Rose Plays Julie about how the film explores the theme of sexual violence.
'An itch is still there' - Four-time Paralympic gold medalist McKillop not ready to retire yet
Four-time gold Paralympic medalist Michael McKillop hasn’t made any definite decision on his future.
The trailblazing coach who helped usher in a new era for Irish football
Sue Ronan discusses her time with Ireland as a player and manager, and the work she has done since.
Biden won’t run in 2024 after Afghanistan ‘travesty’, says Trump's ex-chief of staff
Mick Mulvaney spoke to The Journal about Afghanistan, the Good Friday Agreement and quitting the Trump administration.
Starring for Sligo, learning from Roy Keane and celebrating Mayo's Dublin triumph
David Cawley discusses his career in football.
'I don't hate them': Ex-Wallaby Kefu relives traumatic stabbing
The 47-year-old current Tonga coach was rushed to hospital on Monday.
'I think it is possible to get the club back to where it has been'
Vinny Perth remained optimistic after seeing his side bow out of Europe during the week.
Ronan Glynn: Public health doctors battling 'avalanche of conspiracy theory and misinformation'
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer sat down with The Journal to discuss false claims around Covid-19.
The Deputy Chief Medical Officer outlines what actions he has taken since March 2020, Cónal Thomas reports.
Glynn says it is critical to act preemptively when false claims are made online.
He cautious against speaking with certainty in uncertain times.
FactCheck: Are RNA Covid-19 vaccines actually responsible for 'genetic manipulation'?
FactFind: Were self-harm and suicide statistics measured during the pandemic?
'Turning a corner' after nightmare concussion struggles, and an interesting Gaelic games venture
From dealing with injury to founding Great Grip Gloves, Dublin All-Ireland winner Éabha Rutledge has been focusing on off-field matters of late.
'He's one of the most honest players in the league and he doesn't go down if he's not hurt'
Shamrock Rovers striker Aaron Greene defended Roberto Lopes, who was at the centre of a controversy in his side’s Champions League exit.
Being watched by Roy Keane, Gary Neville's hands-on approach and the reasons for moving back to Ireland
Richie Towell is keen to push on with Shamrock Rovers after five and a half ‘amazing’ years in England.
'We don't want to be going back' on any restrictions, Taoiseach says, ahead of 5 July decision
An interview with Micheál Martin aired on Virgin Media Television this evening.
'I was seven years old, my Mam had died earlier that year. It was really tough and the Laois ladies became a second family to me'
Mo Nerney was the team mascot when Laois won the All-Ireland title for the only time in 2001. Now, she is a key player as they bid to win the Division 3 league title next week.
'I remember grabbing Dalton and said, 'If this is your last year playing, make sure it's worth it''
Grace Walsh pays tribute to retired Kilkenny star Anne Dalton as a new season gets into full swing.
From 20th in February to final-day promotion - the Irishman at the heart of a remarkable success story
Eoin Doyle on Bolton’s unlikely triumph and becoming the first player at the club since Michael Ricketts to score 19 goals in a season.
Minister: 'We've had housing issues for 10 years, I'm not going to fix it overnight'
In a wide-ranging interview, O’Brien says short-term letting platforms will be regulated.
'I had fallen out of love with the game because of all the things that manifested in the Super League'
Author and journalist Michael Calvin discusses his new book: ‘Whose Game is it Anyway?’
A European Champs injury scare, the 'bigger picture' of Olympics and vlogging life as an elite athlete
Rhys McClenaghan had a wrist injury heading into the recent European Gymnastics Championships.
The former Jamaica international aiming to rejuvenate Limerick FC
Ex-Premier League footballer Michael Johnson speaks about his new role as Sporting Director with the club.
Dundalk's joint-longest-serving player until last year lines out in away dressing room for first time
John Mountney will be hoping to show his former team what they are missing on Saturday.
'I was happy enough to slip away' - 18-time All-Ireland winner on retiring, regrets and an incredible career
Briege Corkery chats to the The42 about her inter-county career ahead of her Laochra Gael episode.
'One of the hardest things is loneliness for patients. We're used to seeing a relative hold their hand'
Claire Molloy speaks to The42 about working as a doctor during the Covid-19 pandemic and the prospect of a women’s Lions team.
The Explainer: Why is there talk of an EU-UK 'vaccine war'?
What’s going on? We take a look in this week’s episode.
Prince William says royals are 'very much not a racist family'
William also said he hasn’t spoken to his brother Harry since the Oprah Winfrey interview aired.
Oprah Winfrey says it wasn't the Queen or Prince Philip who made racist comment to Harry and Meghan
Meghan said when she was pregnant, a royal raised “concerns and conversations about how dark” the baby’s skin might be.
The man guiding Ireland's youngsters on a career spent learning from Dalglish, Shearer and others
Jim Crawford reflects on the many individuals and circumstances that have influenced his coaching style.
'That's all I knew, the area I lived in wasn't the most affluent area'
Cormac Izuchukwu has taken a unique route into pro rugby and is now impressing with Ulster.
'Oh my God, this Irish girl can run': The rise and rise of Nadia Power
An in-depth look at the 23-year-old DCU student, after her incredible few weeks.
The Irishman they call 'The Father Of The Cyborgs'
A new documentary looks at the work of Dr Phil Kennedy, who is based in the USA.
A virtual shamrock ceremony? Taoiseach says details of Biden meeting still being ironed out
The tradition began back in 1956 and has become an annual fixture in more recent decades.
Taoiseach says government will 'engage' with Mary Robinson over case of Dubai princess
Mary Robinson says she was ‘horribly tricked’ by Dubai princess’ family.
‘Nothing set in stone’: Amid backlash over messaging, Martin says easing of measures will be constantly reviewed
In an interview with today, Martin said the rollout of the vaccination programme may give the government “better choices”.
'The people who said 'you saved my daughter, my son.' Those messages are why I've done it'
Dublin footballer Shane Carthy has just released an inspiring book called ‘Dark Blue’.
The challenges of being an Irish footballer and a teacher during the pandemic
Ireland international Nicola Sinnott balances elite sport with teaching in Enniscorthy.