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Stephen Kinsella: Time to party like it’s 2006 - or 2002, or 1976, or 1968

Stephen Kinsella: Time to party like it’s 2006 - or 2002, or 1976, or 1968

High tax revenues are one thing, but it’s what the government does with them that counts

McWilliams: Persuasion is the name of the game

McWilliams: Persuasion is the name of the game

The Other Voices festival in Dingle is a simple but brilliant microcosm of our unique selling points as a nation

Brian Keegan: Time to let our hair down prudently

Brian Keegan: Time to let our hair down prudently

Last week’s announcement that tax receipts are up led to comparisons with the overflowing coffers of 2006 – the harbingers of the bust. While that is unfair, we still must be cautious

Let’s promote a culture of private giving here

Let’s promote a culture of private giving here

Ireland’s wealthy lag behind their international counterparts when it comes to philanthropy

Pat Leahy: Abortion is an election issue, whether Kenny likes it or not

Pat Leahy: Abortion is an election issue, whether Kenny likes it or not

The Taoiseach’s fabled gift for sniffing the wind will now be put to the test once again

Catherine O'Mahony: Off Message

Catherine O'Mahony: Off Message

Financial heavy-hitter Dan Price’s decision to put himself on the same salary as his employees hasn’t gone down well with his corporate peers. But it makes sense for his own wellbeing. Let’s hope it makes business sense too

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Stephen Kinsella: Tax take fuels unrealistic expectations

Stephen Kinsella: Tax take fuels unrealistic expectations

The worry is that we will begin to repeat history

Nadine O’Regan: After four decades, U2 still going the extra mile

Nadine O’Regan: After four decades, U2 still going the extra mile

Zero hecklers at jubilant homecoming

Pat Leahy: Focus on where parties stand, not who they stand with

Pat Leahy: Focus on where parties stand, not who they stand with

There is an opportunity for a debate about the country's future path

Michael Murray: How UDG Healthcare went from snail to superstar

Michael Murray: How UDG Healthcare went from snail to superstar

Revitalised firm is on its way to being a global medical services player

Stephen Kinsella: Ireland - a great little country to do business

Stephen Kinsella: Ireland - a great little country to do business

In the long run, this sort of merger could be a headache for us

Michael Murray: Interesting recovery stocks on offer in London

Michael Murray: Interesting recovery stocks on offer in London

Recovery stocks for 2016 are scarce in the Irish market

Catherine O'Mahony: Off Message

Catherine O'Mahony: Off Message

Should we be concerned about children and social media?

McGurk: Let’s make that open door work for us

McGurk: Let’s make that open door work for us

Immigration can profoundly enrich a country, if it’s done right