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Key stakeholders not consulted in design of cervical cancer audit

Key stakeholders not consulted in design of cervical cancer audit

Doctors, patients and their advocates need to join forces to come up with the best screening audit for future generations

A tale of two evictions

A tale of two evictions

Gardaí felt the need to wear balaclavas at an inner-city eviction last week. Quite a contrast to the events at Gorse Hill in affluent Killiney three years ago

Forget the North Frederick Street fracas – we need action on housing

Forget the North Frederick Street fracas – we need action on housing

Urgent task now is to implement Scally’s findings

Urgent task now is to implement Scally’s findings

A journalist and editor who changed Ireland

A journalist and editor who changed Ireland

The late John Mulcahy, whose magazine Hibernia reflected and chronicled the turbulent and transformative 1960s and 1970s, leaves behind a rich journalistic legacy

A duty of candour and accountability, Irish style

A duty of candour and accountability, Irish style

The Scally report airs patients’ grievances, but we must pay more than lip service to open disclosure

Tory king of pinstripes delivers lesson in spin

Tory king of pinstripes delivers lesson in spin

Jacob Rees-Mogg is hardly driven by a passion for Northern Ireland's welfare. His business is to position himself as the man with the answers, the man who has done the work, the man who will not sell out to the EU

Off Message

Off Message

Censoring other voices, no matter how offensive they may be, is an own goal for liberals everywhere, as displayed by the latest furore over Steve Bannon’s invitation to the New Yorker festival

Let local authorities help us out of housing gridlock

Let local authorities help us out of housing gridlock

‘Land-hoarders’ - including the state itself - move slowly and conservatively because of the high costs involved with development. Partnering with local authorities would fix that

Barry J Whyte on Business

Barry J Whyte on Business

A recent US tax case could cool the corporate romance with Ireland

The global holiday firm that’s really going places

The global holiday firm that’s really going places

Hostelworld is a market-leading online booker, and its investment in technology and talent leaves it well placed to deliver further growth

Finally, we get proper emissions testing

Finally, we get proper emissions testing

Ever heard of WLTP or RDE? These little letters may nip you in the wallet initially, but are good news in the long term

John Mulcahy: an appreciation

John Mulcahy: an appreciation

The man behind the Phoenix magazine, who died last Friday aged 86, was a daring and fearless force in Irish journalism who will be sorely missed, writes Barry J Whyte

After 20 years, TV3 is dead; long live Virgin Media One. But what can we expect from the shiny new rebrand?

After 20 years, TV3 is dead; long live Virgin Media One. But what can we expect from the shiny new rebrand?

Protesting against Trump’s visit is reckless showboating

Protesting against Trump’s visit is reckless showboating

Massive marches and a secondhand hot-air balloon only risk antagonising a politician who Ireland badly needs onside