Willie O’Reilly: Rashford’s solo run results in a different kind of glory
The Manchester United striker’s impassioned campaign to secure free school meals for impoverished children is effectively unprecedented in English football history
Young people are getting a bad press of late. The fecklessness of some in the face of Covid-19 is a constant source of condemnation. Don’t they get it? Why can’t they be more, well, adult?
It’s never easy being young. I know. I too was young, once. And then someone pops right up and surprises you. Surprises you by their thoughtfulness, the simplicity of their message and the impact it has...
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Big tech could be made to pay for Irish media content
The Future of Media Commission is exploring ways to curb ‘the absolute takeover of the advertising space by big tech companies’
Dingle student’s story of dancer’s pandemic experience wins journalism prize
Ciara Ní Ghéibheannaigh, from Pobalscoil Chorca Dhuibhne, was named student journalist of the year for her ’interesting and unusual story’ in the annual NewsBrands Ireland Press Pass competition