Divorce Referendum: Regime keeps couple in toxic situation

Custodial and financial issues can’t be put on hold for four years after a marriage break-up, says Karen Murray

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Divorce Referendum: Enter the disposable relationship

Jill O’Mahony questions the wisdom of taking a provision related to an aspect of society as important as marriage out of the Constitution.

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Divorce Referendum: Compassion that reflects life’s reality

A yes vote would offer a lifeline to the tiny number of people coping with the difficulties of marriage breakdown, writes Louise Crowley.

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Dithering while the world burns

Ireland was the subject of global headlines last week after a climate emergency was declared. Let’s hope we follow through this time, writes Caroline O’Doherty. ...

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Rape myths like 'stranger danger' challenged by global drug survey

Many of the beliefs people hold about rape are downright wrong, write Alex Aldridge and Adam Winstock.

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Ryan Report at 10: No justice for victims of clerical abuse

There are few nations, cultures and institutions of significant size and power that when examining their histories can present a record untarnished by acts of abominable ...

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Trump’s Irish visit: Stick to protocol to sort this row

It would be mendacious to suggest that excitement and joy is mounting across Ireland in anticipation of a possible visit in June by the president of the United States. ...

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Air ambulance

The concern voiced by Cork councillors about the unconscionable delay in getting the country’s first, and much-needed, charity-funded air ambulance service ...

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Letter to Editor: Testing times in primary schools nationwide

It is testing times in primary schools around the country.

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Letter to the Editor: Cork Luas sounds great but no plan for clean water?

So Cork is to get its own Luas? Great idea for sure, but hang on.

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