Readers' blog: Unmarked history on the streets of Cork

Over the next few years, we will find ourselves in a whirlwind of War of Independence centenary commemorations. It was a nationwide fight for freedom and here the ...

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Readers' Blog: Wall to block the victims of US diplomatic interference

The declaration by Mr Trump of a state of emergency in order to fund his wall marks a dangerous step and calls into question the efficacy of the checks on executive ...

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Readers' Blog: Get Bertie Ahern to be our Brexit negotiator

Running down the clock may be Theresa Mays’s policy but extending the clock, and running it down at the same time for the Irish Government, is the deliberate ...

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Readers' blog: Indefensible Brexit shows contempt of former colonial power

The present 'debate' on Brexit in the parliament in Westminster is a continuation of the decades-long anti-EU propaganda campaign by the London media.

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Readers' Blog: The actions of arsonist thugs shame us all

To the Irish people who wish to burn down buildings where refugees may be housed, I ask, do you not see yourselves as arsonist thugs?

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Readers' blog: Liam Neeson has been judged far too harshly

An egregious crime was committed on a close friend of Liam Neeson who was extremely upset for the person experiencing trauma.

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Readers' blog: Border patrols and customs between Ireland and Britain

I don’t know what Leo Varadkar is talking about when he’s commenting on the border, he obviously doesn’t travel between the Republic of Ireland ...

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Reader's Blog: Joe Schmidt needs to answer what appear to be double standards over Zebo and O'Brien?

Is Joe Schmidt demonstrating double standards?

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Readers' Blog: Cyclists want it both ways: on the road and on path

I walk frequently in the centre of Cork City, so I can understand calls by cyclists for the protection of cycle lanes in areas like Washington St and South Main ...

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Auditors of National Children’s Hospital have a conflict of interest

PriceWaterhouseCoopers (PWC) should be removed as the team investigating the cost overruns at the National Children’s Hospital as they have a conflict of interest ...

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Reader's Blog: 'I decided to submit a cost-effective alternative report to the government'

My fee for this in-depth and concise report is €15.

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Reader's Blog: 'On the Vancouver/ Washington border it can take hours waiting going North or South'

In regards to the Irish border question in Brexit and Mrs May hoping to bring some use of technology that is used here on the Canada / USA border.

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Readers' Blog: Rewriting the narratives of Irish history in RTÉ series

Congratulations to RTÉ on its documentary series, The Irish Revolution (February 4).

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Readers' blog: City planners reducing Cork history to rubble

Cork has been mismanaged by city planners. South Main St is the most stupid place to build an events centre.

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Readers' blog: Resting places should be held sacred

Ireland is rich in treasures inherited from previous generations.

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Readers' blog: Maduro was fairly elected in Venezuela

As I write the US is organising the groundwork for a coup in Venezuela. Things are progressing along a tried and tested plan which was used in Chile in 1973 and ...

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Reader' Blog: US nuclear withdrawal endangering the world

It is irresponsible of US President Donald Trump to unilaterally withdraw his country from the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty (Irish Examiner, February ...

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Readers' blog: GAA treated unfairly over Liam Miller charity game

I agree with GAA director general Tom Ryan who said that the association felt “bullied” into hosting the Liam Miller tribute match which was held in ...

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Readers' Blog: Continued funding vital for youth work groups

Youth work organisations present valuable opportunities for the social and personal development of young people.

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Readers' Blog: Abhaile is ineffective against might of the banks

The Irish Examiner on January 28 carried a report about the over 11,600 people who sought advice from Abhaile, the State’s mortgage arrears and debt resolution ...

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Reader's Blog: US and UK risking civil war in Venezuela

Venezuela may be on the brink of civil war. What should we be doing?

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Readers' Blog: 'Enough is enough. The time to be passive is gone' - Nurse

Enough is enough. I am a nurse and there is a lifetime of nursing in this country where we arrive an hour early at work to get parking, we leave an hour late a lot ...

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Reader's Blog: Intervention by US has left nations in chaos

Far from bringing freedom and democracy to these countries, US intervention left all of them is chaos.

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Reader's Blog: Politicians should admit ‘I don’t know’

Minister for Agriculture Michael Creed was asked the same question at least seven times on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland, on Wednesday’s show, and each ...

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Readers’ blog: The apparently ‘most efficient’ is not always ‘the best’

The cost to benefit analysis modelling could have indicated we have to maintain efficiency at a “peak efficacy” through removal of small rural post offices. ...

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Readers' blog: We could be a leader in green food production

The Lancet article that shows in a bad light the consumption of meat foods, eggs and potatoes can, unless there is qualified rebuttal, have a disastrous effect on ...

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Readers' Blog: Vegans still make methane

So, what will we eat instead of meat? Vegetables? Vegetables, such as beans and lentil, will make the human race fart more. Methane (C1), a gas lighter than air, ...

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Readers' Blog: Building foundations of sporting success

With all new year resolutions parked and maybe some broken at this early stage, I noticed a few sporting suggestions and commitments for the future in the 2019 list ...

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Readers' Blog; Hollywood in need of a history lesson

In light of the recent cinema-goers’ frenzy around Josie Rourke’s Mary Queen of Scots, I am frankly quite frightened and saddened that so many people ...

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Reader's Blog: Kent station parking can drive you around bend

Having recently travelled to Dublin by train, my first such journey in years, I couldn’t help but notice the article by Joe Leogue (Irish Examiner 16-1-19) ...

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