Willie O’Reilly: We must keep our eye on despotic enemies to the east
The hijacking of a Ryanair flight by Belarusian state operatives and the hacking of the HSE show us that Ireland is regarded as fair game by forces at work in former Soviet republics
Smarter people than me will estimate the impact of Donald Trump’s US presidency on world affairs. But from the perspective of someone working in the media, his most appalling legacy is the way he lied and lied again, and got away with it. He was never repentant, even when found out.
His only aim was to galvanise support among his own voters and work them up into paroxysms of vitriol against anyone who...
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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
Marketing institute links up with Berkeley for ’unique’ leadership skills programme
The six-month course will combine ’consumer-centric marketing with data-driven business and agile leadership’, according to MII chief executive David Field
Willie O’Reilly: Could Covid meet its match this summer?
With the Euros just started and Wimbledon, the Open, the Olympics, the Lions and GAA coming down the tracks, the pandemic will have to fight for column inches
Willie O’Reilly: Osaka’s silence is a talking point in the media money game
The tennis star’s efforts to protect her mental health have once again exposed the symbiotic and not always savoury relationship between sport and the media