Post Editors

Post Editors

Picture of the week: Protestors cry  foul over Indian  onion price crisis

Picture of the week: Protestors cry foul over Indian onion price crisis

Workers wearing onion garlands and members of the Congress party hit the streets of New Delhi to ...

RTE needs support in its darkest hour

RTE needs support in its darkest hour

If there is one clear example of the role filled by a public service broadcaster, it has been the reporting and analysis provided by RTE’s European Editor Tony Connolly on the endless saga that is Brexit

Time for real action on insurance crisis

Time for real action on insurance crisis

The government is today warning again that a referendum may be held to cap personal injury payouts as a means of reducing the high cost of insurance faced by businesses and consumers alike

Varadkar is right to wait to go to the country

Varadkar is right to wait to go to the country

Speculation within Leinster House that a general election was imminent steadily increased over th...

Failure to act on poor air quality will prove fatal

Failure to act on poor air quality will prove fatal

A new report linking poor air quality in Dublin to increased hospital admissions for patients wit...

Brexit deal came close, but not close enough

Brexit deal came close, but not close enough

Brexit has dominated politics for the past three years – at the expense of so many other issues...

New apartment guidelines are hard to live with

New apartment guidelines are hard to live with

The cranes are back, diggers are on site and figures suggest home completions have picked up. It ...

Rural Ireland has waited long enough for broadband plan

Rural Ireland has waited long enough for broadband plan

When the National Broadband Plan was first announced in August 2012, only the most pessimistic soul could have foreseen that the project would still be in gestation more than seven years later

Tunnel vision could see a workable Brexit fudge

Tunnel vision could see a workable Brexit fudge

Good things come to those who wait, as the old adage has it

West must stop turning a blind eye to Hong Kong

West must stop turning a blind eye to Hong Kong

For the past four months, the people of Hong Kong have taken to the streets almost daily in huge and sometimes violent protests against the city’s government

Budget 2020: bland and boring will be just fine

Budget 2020: bland and boring will be just fine

In an age of unpredictable, brash and technicolour politicians, Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe stands out as something of a throwback to a more traditional, gentlemanly era

History shows us that cutting income tax can be costly

History shows us that cutting income tax can be costly

Looking back over the decades, there are certain budgets that stand out starkly. Brian Cowen’s 2007 tax giveaway budget just before the financial crisis is one; Richie Ryan’s tax-raising budget of 1976 is another

Developers owe the public some answers

Developers owe the public some answers

The Department of Housing gave them what they wanted. So what is the hold-up?

SBP editorial: Violence against staff at Quinn Holdings must come to an end

SBP editorial: Violence against staff at Quinn Holdings must come to an end

Sean Quinn sr’s painstakingly assembled cross-border empire no longer exists, but the assorted ...

SBP editorial: Third-level funding crisis has to be dealt with

SBP editorial: Third-level funding crisis has to be dealt with

There have been warnings from universities, from business leaders and from international experts ...