Editorial: Coalition is doing its best to squander goodwill dividend of reopening
From the ongoing collapse of Sláintecare to the prospect of power blackouts this winter, the government is dogged by hapless mismanagement and disjointed communication
The worst of the Covid-19 pandemic is behind us, with most of the remaining restrictions on our daily lives due to be lifted on October 22.
The limits on attendance at sports and other activities, both indoors and outside, will go. The requirement for social distancing will end, nightclubs can welcome customers, and churches will be fully open again. Masks will still be mandatory on public transport and while shopping, which is sensible. But most activities...
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Editorial: History is made as the new republic of Barbados is born
The Caribbean island and former colony is arguably a more stable and united entity today than its one-time coloniser
Editorial: Voters reluctant to fork out for full cost of a united Ireland
Today’s Business Post/Red C poll is an indicator that support for Irish unification is not as cut and dried as it may seem
Editorial: Germany’s new hand on the wheel faces a hard road ahead
After 16 years of Angela Merkel, Olaf Scholz takes over as chancellor with his country at a crossroads – and now he must put his foot to the floor