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Friday, 18 January 2019

High cost of living and poor services are a big problem - but they're not to blame for ...

High cost of living and poor services are a big problem - but they're not to blame for ...
- Last week's column on Ireland's birth rate - which is historically low and still falling - got plenty of reaction. Quite a number of people put the fall in the ...

Living with everyday racism' - woman becomes first Traveller to graduate with a PhD

Living with everyday racism' - woman becomes first Traveller to graduate with a PhD
- took it as a case study as Galway is known to be one of Ireland's most multicultural city's and has a large mixed ethnic population. I looked at how ...

LGBT mum calls on Government to recognise her family and reveals she's terrified of dying and ...

LGBT mum calls on Government to recognise her family and reveals she's terrified of dying and ...
- "I don't get out of bed in the morning and go, 'we're gay'. I don't put on my socks and go 'we're gay'. There are very few times in Irish society anymore ...

Leo Varadkar has done well out of his rainbow colours – but there's no end in sight to LGBT ...

Leo Varadkar has done well out of his rainbow colours – but there's no end in sight to LGBT ...
IRELAND is quick to boast about its rainbow credentials as a modern place of global business open to all LGBT families. We voted for equal marriage ...

LGBT families protest over lack of legal recognition as parents

LGBT families protest over lack of legal recognition as parents
LGBT Ireland said many same-sex families have been left in a legal limbo as a result of the delay in commencing all provisions of the legislation.

Brexit won't hit 'robust' Ireland's rating Moody's

Brexit won't hit 'robust' Ireland's rating Moody's
- Moody's rates Ireland A2 and believes that a no-deal Brexit would knock 4pc points off UK growth over the longer term, although its central case is not ...

The problem with Brexit is that there's no obvious next step

The problem with Brexit is that there's no obvious next step
- over an issue that played a relatively minor role in the debates leading up to Brexit: the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Ireland cannot shift on hard border after Brexit - Varadkar

Ireland cannot shift on hard border after Brexit - Varadkar
- The Government cannot shift on the issue of avoiding a hard border on the island of Ireland after Brexit, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said.

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