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# Opinion

February
February 2024
Rebecca Moynihan: The exorbitant cost of baby formula should not be tolerated
Rebecca Moynihan
Larry Donnelly: US democracy isn't perfect, but it's easier to vote there than in Ireland
Larry Donnelly
John Bruton tribute: 'I told John I'd been to Mass and knew that would buy me some time'
Karl Brophy
Michael Pidgeon: Dublin's new city centre transport plan is not a 'ban on cars'
Michael Pidgeon
Referendum vote: 'I realise now we men were conditioned to think women are more natural carers'
Mick Gaskin
Prof Colin Doherty: Imagine if healthcare staff in Ireland were being killed while the world watched
Prof Colin Doherty
Pat Rabbitte: John Bruton was a thoughtful and substantial politician
Pat Rabbitte
Niamh O’Reilly: I beg you, stop marketing the menopause to me
Niamh O'Reilly
Analysis: Stormont is too fragile to be confident after one day's success
Brian Rowan
Elaine McGoff: I would love to cheer on the government's new biodiversity plan, but I can't
Dr Elaine McGoff
Parenting: Manifesting? Would ya go away outta that
Margaret Lynch
Ellen Keane: I used to want to be like everyone else but now I know my arm is my superpower
Ellen Keane
Farmer: Branding farmers far right isn’t simply wrong, it’s helping the far right
Thomas Duffy
Pádraic Fogarty: Farmers must find a more sophisticated way to be heard than tractor protests
Pádraic Fogarty
Financial analyst: House affordability should be the government's focus, not just house prices
Mark Coan
Deposit Return Scheme: 'We are finally seeing the value in the small everyday products we use'
Colin O'Byrne
The Irish For: Is Brigid the only saint in space?
Darach Ó Séaghdha
January
January 2024
Dr Mary McAuliffe: The details of Ann Lovett's tragic death are still harrowing 40 years on
Mary McAuliffe
Ciaran Mullooly: Younger staff at RTÉ are still livid over the 'crazy fees' of the big stars
Ciaran Mullooly
Brian Rowan: Donaldson finally came through, but the real work starts now
Brian Rowan
Dr Catherine Conlon: Catch Up vaccination clinics needed now before measles sweeps the country
Dr Catherine Conlon
It's clear Trump is the Republican nominee ... but Haley won’t quit
Larry Donnelly
Dog behaviourist: The problem of dog attacks won't be solved with just a ban on certain breeds
Suzi Walsh
Holly Cairns: Ireland has long advocated for the Palestinians - we can't let them down now
Holly Cairns
Tom Felle: Toxic language around migration is not unique to Ireland - it's playing out globally
Tom Felle
Kittens & Current Affairs: 'Try not to look away from a world in flames, no matter how tempting'
Bobby McDonagh
Parenting: I've had it with January, is it nearly over?
Margaret Lynch
Tony Duffin: Each fatal drug overdose is a preventable death
Tony Duffin
Brian Rowan: The people of Northern Ireland have finally had enough of its broken politics
Brian Rowan
Opinion: Operation Transformation is not the problem, it's the Government that lags behind
Dr Catherine Conlon
Brian Rowan: 'The politics of this place is a story of power cuts rather than power sharing'
Brian Rowan
Opinion: We could all learn a bit about democracy from Austrian millionaire Marlene Engelhorn
Seána Glennon
With Silicon Valley 'visionaries', profits are prioritised over true technological progress
Peter Bloom
Larry Donnelly: What to look for as Iowa and New Hampshire choose their nominees for president
Larry Donnelly
Graduate: Finding work after college is tough - I wish employers would give us a chance
College Graduate
Peter Flanagan is on holidays: 'Hiking in Wales is like swimming in the Irish Sea'
Peter Flanagan
Analysis: What is the difference between real and perceived risk?
Dr Emma Howard
Larry Donnelly: Here's hoping this year's politics in the US and Ireland are better than 2023
Larry Donnelly
Financial analyst: Pensions, savings and insurance - what's in store this year?
Ralph Benson
Last year
2023
Pádraic Fogarty: Next year, we can't afford to be complacent about biodiversity
Pádraic Fogarty