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# column - Sunday 16 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: A Bloomsday Breakfast with extra Subh Milis on Father’s Day 2019 Column

The Irish For: A Bloomsday Breakfast with extra Subh Milis on Father’s Day 2019

In some ways, it is serendipitous that these two events should happen on the same Sunday, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 15 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: Tomatoes are the most high-maintenance of all veg plants - but they’re worth it Column

From the Garden: Tomatoes are the most high-maintenance of all veg plants - but they’re worth it

As well as specific watering methods there is the regular pinching out of side shoots to allow air to circulate around the plants, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Friday 14 June, 2019

Waterford's Europa League woes keep the spotlight on FAI governance

‘The noise around Abbottstown may have died down, but the impact of their governance has not,’ writes John O’Sullivan in this week’s column.

# column - Tuesday 11 June, 2019

Donn McClean: O'Brien primed to continue his outstanding record at Royal Ascot

Hermosa and Ten Sovereigns top of the list for the Ballydoyle maestro.

# column - Sunday 9 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Larry Donnelly: It was an unusual US presidential visit - but what is its broader significance? Opinion

Larry Donnelly: It was an unusual US presidential visit - but what is its broader significance?

The Government deserves credit for successfully handling what was inevitably going to be a tricky situation, writes Larry Donnelly.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Cans, Tans and Summer Plans Column

The Irish For: Cans, Tans and Summer Plans

Samhradh comes with a sense of disappointment, rarely delivering on its promises of sunshine and gaiety, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 8 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: There are very few commercial growers left but you can buy direct from some of them Column

From the Garden: There are very few commercial growers left but you can buy direct from some of them

As consumers we have to vote with our wallets, eating in season and buying Irish, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Friday 7 June, 2019

Johnny Ward: Racing needs to find common ground with Green Wave or risk being swept away

Irish industry has to up its game and start thinking green, writes Johnny Ward.

# column - Sunday 2 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Column: Top tips for parents to avoid a holiday from hell this summer Column

Column: Top tips for parents to avoid a holiday from hell this summer

They may be the apple of your eye but a break from the little darlings might just be the best part of your holiday, writes Shane Dunphy.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Is Ireland more progressive now because we didn’t have baby boomers? Column

The Irish For: Is Ireland more progressive now because we didn’t have baby boomers?

Did you know that Nigel Farage and Keanu Reeves were born in the same year? It’s hard enough to accept that they are the same species, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 1 June, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: A strategic approach is required to water your tomatoes Column

From the Garden: A strategic approach is required to water your tomatoes

Because they are a deep-rooting plant, it’s not effective to spray water at the soil, you need to get down to the roots, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Friday 31 May, 2019

The FAI needs a full-time executive board with appropriate governance... not a social club

Today Shane Ross hosts a stakeholder event to kick-off a transformation of Irish football. Expect a lot of what, a little how and even less why, writes John O’Sullivan.

# column - Sunday 26 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Lynn Ruane: An inspirational school project reminds us of our shared humanity Column

Lynn Ruane: An inspirational school project reminds us of our shared humanity

I find it obscene that Ireland is dragging its feet rather than creating an environment where families torn apart by war can start a new life, writes Senator Lynn Ruane.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Don’t Be Such A Gorilla-Whale-Daughter-In-Law Voices

The Irish For: Don’t Be Such A Gorilla-Whale-Daughter-In-Law

To translate the meaning of Bridezilla effectively we need to pop the bonnet of the word and look at the moving parts, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 25 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: The Hungry Gap must be filled and this kale and gnocchi broth will do the job Column

From the Garden: The Hungry Gap must be filled and this kale and gnocchi broth will do the job

Katie Sanderson cooked this recipe in the Kale episode of this season’s GROW COOK EAT and the reaction was amazing, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Thursday 23 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: Who will be the winners and losers of the European Elections, 2019? EE2019

Opinion: Who will be the winners and losers of the European Elections, 2019?

‘While lots of people have no interest it’s going to be absolutely fascinating for those of us who love the sport of electoral politics’ writes political columnist, Larry Donnelly

# column - Sunday 19 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Let's settle the 'crack' versus 'craic' debate by looking at the evidence Column

The Irish For: Let's settle the 'crack' versus 'craic' debate by looking at the evidence

The word appears to originate before 1900 in parts of Ireland where spoken Irish was high and literacy was low, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 18 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: Carrots can be problematic to grow but the following tips will work Column

From the Garden: Carrots can be problematic to grow but the following tips will work

Many growing books will tell you to sow carrots in March or April but I always wait until May or June to sow mine, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Tuesday 14 May, 2019

Donn McClean: O'Brien's Sir Dragonet gives plenty to ponder as Derby looms

Derby trials are popping up all over to present a changing picture of prospects at Epsom.

# column - Sunday 12 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Lynn Ruane: I'm tabling a bill to support the voices of community and advocacy groups Column

Lynn Ruane: I'm tabling a bill to support the voices of community and advocacy groups

We need a vibrant and active civil society. Otherwise politicians and big business will call all the shots, writes Senator Lynn Ruane.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Hiberno English is a feature not a bug Column

The Irish For: Hiberno English is a feature not a bug

Sometimes Béarla and Gaeilge are presented as being in conflict in Ireland, but they’re both part of our cultural heritage, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 11 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: A little frost damage on the spuds - but not to worry they will recover Column

From the Garden: A little frost damage on the spuds - but not to worry they will recover

Learn to make ‘a one-pot veggie wonder that’s crammed with healthy vegetables, herbs and pulses and as an added bonus uses up stale bread too,’ writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Sunday 5 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Column: Why are personalised attacks on children with disabilities, like Greta Thunberg, being tolerated? Column

Column: Why are personalised attacks on children with disabilities, like Greta Thunberg, being tolerated?

We should debate Thunberg’s ideas but comments that focus on the symptoms of her condition are out of order, writes Shane Dunphy.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Did the Irish language influence the names of Gollum and the orcs in the Lord of the Rings? Column

The Irish For: Did the Irish language influence the names of Gollum and the orcs in the Lord of the Rings?

J. R. R. Tolkien once tried to learn Irish in Galway but he dismissed the language as suffering from “fundamental unreason,” writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland can remove the chill factor from defamation laws - and protect citizens' good names Legal Argument

Ireland can remove the chill factor from defamation laws - and protect citizens' good names

If ‘falsity’ were to become an element of the tort (to be proved by the plaintiff) rather than a defence, then this would be a radical, but possibly beneficial change. writes Neville Cox, Professor in Law.

# column - Saturday 4 May, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: Learn to make nettle tea - it has a rich and earthy taste and is a super tonic Column

From the Garden: Learn to make nettle tea - it has a rich and earthy taste and is a super tonic

Obviously, if you are harvesting nettles from the wild, wear gloves or you will get stung, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Sunday 28 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Lynn Ruane: 'Now is not the time to stop listening to David Attenborough' Column

Lynn Ruane: 'Now is not the time to stop listening to David Attenborough'

We don’t have time for small measures when it comes to climate change, writes Lynn Ruane.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: How Beyoncé is helping to get fadas in formation Column

The Irish For: How Beyoncé is helping to get fadas in formation

Thanks to Queen Bé, April 2019 has been an interesting month for accessorised letters, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 27 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: 'I worry about the implications of what Greta Thunberg’s saying for the cosy lives we lead' Column

From the Garden: 'I worry about the implications of what Greta Thunberg’s saying for the cosy lives we lead'

It is remarkable to watch this young woman speak her truth to power, writes Michael Kelly of Grow It Yourself Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie Parental Leave: 'Fathers have moved on from sitting in the pub next door to the hospital - Ireland has not' Opinion

Parental Leave: 'Fathers have moved on from sitting in the pub next door to the hospital - Ireland has not'

A lot of what governs Ireland is stuck in the 1960s and hasn’t moved on at all. Parental Leave is one such thing, writes Derek Power.

# column - Wednesday 24 April, 2019

Irish Grand National triumph has Ruby dreaming of conquering Aintree with Burrows Saint

He may be only six, but the sky is the limit after Easter Monday’s success for Willie Mullins, writes Donn McClean.

# column - Sunday 21 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Child Protection: The failure to publish the report into Mother & Baby Homes is part of a continued cover-up Column

Child Protection: The failure to publish the report into Mother & Baby Homes is part of a continued cover-up

‘I have no problem with due process, but when this gets in the way of truth and allows a culture of secrecy and collusion to continue, then we need to re-evaluate’, writes Shane Dunphy.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: Why do we remember things from TV and what does that mean for learning languages? Column

The Irish For: Why do we remember things from TV and what does that mean for learning languages?

‘Thousands of Irish people know their rights if they’re arrested in America but not if they’re arrested in Ireland… and nobody would know what mitosis was if it wasn’t for Sabrina,’ writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 20 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: Learn how to really grow parsnips, earth up spuds and make wild garlic pesto Column

From the Garden: Learn how to really grow parsnips, earth up spuds and make wild garlic pesto

‘Most parsnip seed packets will tell you to sow them in February – don’t do it,’ writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Friday 19 April, 2019

We do not have the slightest idea what the League of Ireland will look like in 2020

John O’Sullivan assesses the impact of the ongoing FAI controversy on the League of Ireland.

# column - Sunday 14 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Lynn Ruane: The overdose drug Naloxone can save lives so let's remove the barriers to accessing it Column

Lynn Ruane: The overdose drug Naloxone can save lives so let's remove the barriers to accessing it

There are more deaths in Ireland as a result of overdose than road traffic accidents and many of these deaths are preventable, writes senator Lynn Ruane.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish For: We are sometimes called Gaeilge Nazis which feels like a bit of a curse Column

The Irish For: We are sometimes called Gaeilge Nazis which feels like a bit of a curse

Gaeilgeoirí often feel the odds are stacked against them. Even when we are right we still end up looking like a spoilsport or a pain in the arse, writes Darach Ó Séaghdha.

# column - Saturday 13 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: 'It seems an opportune time to write about sowing seeds in module trays' Column

From the Garden: 'It seems an opportune time to write about sowing seeds in module trays'

‘The beauty of a module tray is that the roots of seedlings are kept apart which means you don’t upset them when you are transplanting them’, writes Michael Kelly.

# column - Wednesday 10 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie Opinion: 'Lisa Smith needs to be exploited to the maximum as an intelligence source on her return' Column

Opinion: 'Lisa Smith needs to be exploited to the maximum as an intelligence source on her return'

“While Smith was living with IS during 2016, 135 European citizens were slaughtered in 10 separate attacks that year,” security expert Tom Clonan writes.

# column - Saturday 6 April, 2019

From TheJournal.ie From the Garden: How to grow broadbeans? Start by avoiding cheap compost Column

From the Garden: How to grow broadbeans? Start by avoiding cheap compost

It’s worth buying good quality potting compost – ideally one that is approved for use in organic production and peat-free, writes Michael Kelly.