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Editorial Observations

Eoin Meegan With the threat of Covid-19, the likelihood of a no-deal Brexit, and an uncertain economic future the issue of housing in this country was never more pressing. As a society we need housing that not only provides safety, […]

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Editor’s Corner

Beibhinn Byrne Welcome Back! It has been the worst of times and the best of times and how we have missed each other and the routine customs we took for granted. There is a lot to question and a lot […]

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The Editor’s Corner

Beibhinn Byrne Our front page on this issue is a snapshot of the resilience, community and hope that continues in daily life during these strange and disruptive days. Families, community groups and locals all over Dublin 4 and indeed the […]

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THE EDITOR’S CORNER

Beibhinn Byrne Vision. That’s the operative word for this upcoming election, this coming decade and it’s the theme of this issue. You can read potted bio and candidate’s visions (pages 20 & 21) in our double spread. What we vote […]

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Write it out

BY Kathrin Kobus The first month of the year 2020 is already passed the halfway mark, A new decade has begun and there is one strong advice we will have to follow throughout this year. Do not abbreviate simply to […]

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THE EDITOR’S CORNER

Beibhinn Byrne And so another year comes to a close, not just a year but to borrow Auden’s September 1, 1939 ‘a low, dishonest decade.’ We are in appalling trouble with the grim inequality, ecocide and frightening disconnection. But as […]

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The Editor’s Corner

Beibhinn Byrne We demand a better future. That is the cry that went up from communities at the local elections with the increased endorsement of the Greens. An environmental vision is a humanitarian one. We are connected to our habitats, […]

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