Wednesday, December 19, 2018
Adjustment Day by Chuck Palahniuk - Dystopian satire with a stark warning for US Fiction: Adjustment Day, Chuck Palahniuk, Jonathan Cape, hardback, 336 pages, €18 Stranger than fiction: Chuck Palahniuk's life has had several twists and turnsFight ClubAdjustment Day by Chuck...
North Korea hits back at US over sanctions enforcement Washington’s Secretary of State Mike Pompeo had met his counterpart from Pyongyang in person at a summit in Singapore. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, left, greets North Korea’s foreign minister Ri...
Eilis O'Hanlon: Mary Lou's quick U-turn on a border poll shows who really runs Sinn Fein The Sinn Fein chief will never truly be leader of her party until she faces down hardliners in the North, writes Eilis O'Hanlon NOVICE LEADER:...
Trump back on the stump The US president is rallying party support on the campaign trail ahead of vital midterms, writes Ben Riley-Smith in Washington RISKS: Donald Trump. Photo: AP Squint and it could be 2016. Donald Trump on a campaign stage,...
Duffy's circus: The power couple with eyes on the prize With their considerable communications ­savvy, Dragons' Den star Gavin Duffy and his wife Orlaith Carmody are sure to ­deliver a slick ­campaign to dethrone ­President Michael D ­Higgins. John Meagher...
Now the President takes on the bookies President Donald Trump speaks to a large crowd on August 2, 2018 at the Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania. Picture: Getty When President Higgins told Darren Frehill on RTE...

Opinion

Let's not give our economy another lash - it's time to slow things down The Government should be in surplus already, and not facing a health overshoot, writes Colm McCarthy Stock image If the Government really believes that economic growth will continue...
Brendan O'Connor: An Taoiseach, mindfulness and the Politics of 'Likes' Leo Varadkar prefers new media to old media, but he should remember that he who lives by social media, dies by social media, says Brendan O'Connor LIKE IT, OR LUMP IT:...
Presidential candidate Gavin Duffy received €10,000 from former Taoiseach Enda Kenny for PR services Presidential candidate Gavin Duffy addressing the Waterford city council. Photo: Patrick Browne PRESIDENTIAL hopeful Gavin Duffy was paid €10,000 for public relations services he provided to former...
Don't expect any major changes to the structure of tax system in Budget 2019 Ireland is a low-tax economy for the low paid, and a high-tax economy for higher earners. Don't expect change, writes Dan O'Brien Stock Image How great is Ireland's...
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