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Dublin: 11 °C Saturday 29 April, 2017

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# column - Today’s News

From TheJournal.ie When to use horticultural fleece: 'The Irish spring can bite you in the bum' Gardening Column

When to use horticultural fleece: 'The Irish spring can bite you in the bum'

Let’s hope that’s the end of the cold nights for this year, writes Michael Kelly.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: 'The State should pay for mothers to stay at home' Childcare Policy

Opinion: 'The State should pay for mothers to stay at home'

Caring in the home needs to be supported too, writes Pauline O’Reilly.

# column - Yesterday’s News

From TheJournal.ie 'Trump's ban and inflammatory rhetoric have emboldened anti-Muslim behaviour' 100 Days Of Hate

'Trump's ban and inflammatory rhetoric have emboldened anti-Muslim behaviour'

The Trump administration’s ongoing threats to human rights remain but so does the resolve to defeat them, writes Colm O’Gorman.

With illegal streams on the rise and viewer numbers falling, is it time for a Spotify for sport?

Streaming is doing for football fans what file-sharing once did for music buyers, writes Tommy Martin.

From TheJournal.ie 'I am genuinely sick worrying how I am going to pay for back to school costs this year' Read Me

'I am genuinely sick worrying how I am going to pay for back to school costs this year'

A right is not a right if you have to pay for it, writes June Tinsley.

# column - Thursday 27 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'It isn't sustainable for our tax revenues to be so dependent on Washington' 100 Days Of Trump

'It isn't sustainable for our tax revenues to be so dependent on Washington'

Thought will need to be given to further broadening Ireland’s tax base, writes Victor Duggan.

From TheJournal.ie Delayed maternity payment: 'It seemed my application had been "forgotten about"' Read Me

Delayed maternity payment: 'It seemed my application had been "forgotten about"'

Pay us properly and pay us on time, writes Nicola Cassidy.

# column - Wednesday 26 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Adi Roche: 'I'm asking world leaders to help removing and storing Chernobyl's radioactive material' Un Chernobyl Day

Adi Roche: 'I'm asking world leaders to help removing and storing Chernobyl's radioactive material'

Let’s show the people of Chernobyl that they are not forgotten, writes Adi Roche.

# column - Tuesday 25 April, 2017

Mobility, power and core strength: the 5-minute circuit every golfer should do to help their game Fitness This post contains videos

Mobility, power and core strength: the 5-minute circuit every golfer should do to help their game

You too can play like Padraig Harrington by following these tips*

From TheJournal.ie Drugs: 'How is arresting someone for something that they are addicted to helping?' Column

Drugs: 'How is arresting someone for something that they are addicted to helping?'

Decriminalisation of addiction is our next great step to a better drug policy, writes Aodhán Ó Ríordáin.

# column - Monday 24 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Column: 'The time has come. We demand the opportunity to live our lives through Irish' Irish Language

Column: 'The time has come. We demand the opportunity to live our lives through Irish'

The hour has come for a generation to bring the language to life while also calling time on the government bluff, writes Michael McCaughan.

# column - Sunday 23 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'I am so proud that my body was Carragh’s safe haven for those 38 weeks, that it was her home' Read Me

'I am so proud that my body was Carragh’s safe haven for those 38 weeks, that it was her home'

I took comfort and healing from the 38 weeks Carragh and I spent together, writes Mandy O’Neill.

From TheJournal.ie Brain injury: ''Fighting' has become my mission in life since my son Pádraig’s catastrophic accident' Read Me

Brain injury: ''Fighting' has become my mission in life since my son Pádraig’s catastrophic accident'

It’s time to stand tall for the rights of persons with neurological illnesses, and especially for those with severe acquired brain injuries, writes Reinhard Schaler.

From TheJournal.ie 'Racism isn't always malicious. It can be a white person asking me to “twerk like Beyoncé”' Column

'Racism isn't always malicious. It can be a white person asking me to “twerk like Beyoncé”'

Be aware of how you practice unconscious racism through harmful words, attitudes, and interactions, writes Angela Fichter.

# column - Saturday 22 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Gardening: Grow your own ingredients for the Hairy Bikers' cheesy, oniony panhaggerty GIY

Gardening: Grow your own ingredients for the Hairy Bikers' cheesy, oniony panhaggerty

The humble onion is one of the most important and versatile vegetables of all, so much so that it’s still worth shedding a few tears over, writes Michael Kelly.

From TheJournal.ie Changing our county boundaries: 'There is far more at stake than just identity' Read Me

Changing our county boundaries: 'There is far more at stake than just identity'

Taking the richer parts of some counties and pushing them into other counties will hurt communities, writes Michael Fitzmaurice TD.

# column - Friday 21 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Sport snobbery: 'McGregor still has a tough fight if he wants to win over the home crowd' Column

Sport snobbery: 'McGregor still has a tough fight if he wants to win over the home crowd'

Conor McGregor’s success has made mixed martial arts a viable outlet for children around Ireland, writes Lorraine Courtney.

From TheJournal.ie 'There’s a strong chance the Assembly won’t recommend repealing the Eighth Amendment outright' Opinion

'There’s a strong chance the Assembly won’t recommend repealing the Eighth Amendment outright'

The Assembly should recommend taking the issue out of the Constitution, allowing it to be regulated through legislation, writes Eoin Daly.

# column - Thursday 20 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: 'The government won't remove the Church from its authority over social services until we demand it' Maternity Hospital

Opinion: 'The government won't remove the Church from its authority over social services until we demand it'

It will take legal challenges on the grounds of gender discrimination to fully remove the Catholic Church from publicly-funded services, writes Colleen Hennessy.

# column - Wednesday 19 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Recycling: 'This can't go on. I want refundable deposits on bottles and cans. It can be done' Column

Recycling: 'This can't go on. I want refundable deposits on bottles and cans. It can be done'

The schemes that work in other countries can work here too, writes Victoria White.

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: 'What standard of living do people want? What is required to deliver this?' Social Contract

Opinion: 'What standard of living do people want? What is required to deliver this?'

Now is the perfect opportunity to develop a new and radical social contract for Ireland’s second century, writes Dr Seán Healy.

# column - Tuesday 18 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Zero-hour contracts: 'Clare has to live with her parents and can't afford to go to the doctor' Read Me

Zero-hour contracts: 'Clare has to live with her parents and can't afford to go to the doctor'

The government needs to play catch up with Europe and implement legislation that gives part-time workers security of hours, writes Sinead Pembroke.

# column - Monday 17 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Fitness goals: 'Be specific. Choose something concrete like running 5K in 30 minutes' Column

Fitness goals: 'Be specific. Choose something concrete like running 5K in 30 minutes'

If the first quarter of the year hasn’t gone well, start re-thinking your fitness goals now, writes Carl Cautley.

From TheJournal.ie 'If we want to cherish all children equally, stop the subsidies to foreign executives' Column

'If we want to cherish all children equally, stop the subsidies to foreign executives'

There is such a sense of entitlement among elites that they barely try to hide their privileges, writes Kieran Allen.

Here's how to build your self-belief for sports, work and all aspects of life

Mental skills coach Jason Brennan outlines how we can reframe self-belief into ability-belief.

# column - Sunday 16 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Psoriatic arthritis: 'It is very much an invisible illness because I look and appear fine' Read Me

Psoriatic arthritis: 'It is very much an invisible illness because I look and appear fine'

It is unacceptable to only have access to medical experts and services within regular business hours, writes Sandra Quinn.

From TheJournal.ie 'Ireland is slowly discarding its age-old loyalty card attitude toward established religions' Column

'Ireland is slowly discarding its age-old loyalty card attitude toward established religions'

Laws, government policies and the public funding of services should benefit all members of Irish society, writes Terry Flynn.

From TheJournal.ie 'Planners are trying to engage with us and we have a duty to join the conversation' Opinion

'Planners are trying to engage with us and we have a duty to join the conversation'

When we accept that we are all part of the planning process everything becomes easier, writes Carol Tallon.

# column - Saturday 15 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Column: 'I'd like to know the science of the resurrection but my belief goes beyond an empty tomb' Happy Easter

Column: 'I'd like to know the science of the resurrection but my belief goes beyond an empty tomb'

Hope for humanity is the key Easter message, writes Fr Richard Gibbons.

From TheJournal.ie Grow it yourself: Seed sowing tips from our gardening guru Read Me

Grow it yourself: Seed sowing tips from our gardening guru

It’s the perfect time of the year to talk about sowing seeds, writes Michael Kelly.

From TheJournal.ie Big Little Lies: 'No woman just lets domestic violence happen. But maybe we do' Read Me

Big Little Lies: 'No woman just lets domestic violence happen. But maybe we do'

HBO’s Big Little Lies has quietly evolved into something more resonant and harrowing, writes Lorraine Courtney.

From TheJournal.ie 'United Airlines forgot the courts of public opinion and law are two very different things' Social Media

'United Airlines forgot the courts of public opinion and law are two very different things'

Communications expert Jack Murray delivers a masterclass in how to deal with a social media storm.

# column - Friday 14 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Why I'm marching for science: 'The alternative, doing nothing, is unthinkable' Column

Why I'm marching for science: 'The alternative, doing nothing, is unthinkable'

Anyone who supports scientific research, evidence-based policies and equality should take a stand too, writes Dr Joseph Roche.

From TheJournal.ie Northern Ireland: 'Most people would probably welcome a redrawn border' Opinion

Northern Ireland: 'Most people would probably welcome a redrawn border'

All options, radical or otherwise for Northern Ireland, need to be weighed up, writes Caoimhín De Barra.

# column - Thursday 13 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Luke Ming Flanagan: 'Regulation, like taxes, is only for the little people' Read Me

Luke Ming Flanagan: 'Regulation, like taxes, is only for the little people'

Corporate Ireland doesn’t need to live up to the laws that are put in place for our health and our environment, writes Luke Ming Flanagan.

# column - Wednesday 12 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'Tribunals and commissions achieve nothing. They just shield the guilty from prosecution' Opinion

'Tribunals and commissions achieve nothing. They just shield the guilty from prosecution'

In Ireland, any objective observer can see that justice is dead, writes William Campbell.

# column - Tuesday 11 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Julien Mercille: Liberals are wrong to cheer on Trump's bombs Opinion

Julien Mercille: Liberals are wrong to cheer on Trump's bombs

Boosting humanitarian aid and taking in more refugees would be more effective in alleviating suffering, writes Julien Mercille.

# column - Monday 10 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie 'Do we invest money into private pockets, or into public housing, that we own?' Opinion

'Do we invest money into private pockets, or into public housing, that we own?'

It is entirely feasible to establish a State company that can borrow off balance sheet, writes Éilis Ryan.

# column - Sunday 9 April, 2017

From TheJournal.ie Column: 'I can look an animal in the eye, knowing I'm not contributing to their suffering' Veganism

Column: 'I can look an animal in the eye, knowing I'm not contributing to their suffering'

Becoming vegan has revolutionised my life as well as my thinking, writes Katie McEneaney.

From TheJournal.ie Column: 'I've discovered the joy of doing a fitness activity with others' Fitness

Column: 'I've discovered the joy of doing a fitness activity with others'

There is no ideal image that you must measure up to in order to become involved in fitness, writes Christine Allen.

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