I wrote this for TheCity.ie fairly out of my political comfort zone fun nonetheless Is it time we give Fine Gael, and the rest of the Government, a break and actually let them get on […]
This article first appeared on TheCity.ie This article consists of both written and spoken word. *Jane’s name has been changed to protect her privacy. There is a transcribed version (it is rather long, if there is […]
The Government plans to “nudge people and businesses to change behavior” in a bid to tackle climate change. Minister for Communications, Climate Action and Environment Richard Bruton described the plan as “ambitious but realistic”. The […]
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar announces in a tweet that the government is setting up new Citizen’s Assembly on gender equality, saying that equality for women is moving to slow. Mr. Varadkar set the lofty ambitions […]
The news shapes the world around us, there is no denying the power the role of journalism has played in democracies and non-democracies alike and yet the more I read newspapers the less informed I […]
A quick look at the history of local elections in Ireland.
I wrote a post a couple of weeks back about voting in local elections can be kind of pointless. My reasoning for that was if you wanted something done in your area your local representative, […]