1984, a blurred but still recognisable mirror of today.
What sort of country do we live in? What sort of deities do our doctors worship? Less than a week after the Irish Medical Organisation voted down a proposal to […]
Who remembers the dismissive words of Robert Kilroy-Silk ten years ago when he described Ireland as a country peopled by peasants, priests and pixies? I recall it vividly, like a sharp […]
It was 32 years ago that Sheila Hodgers went through agony and eventually died at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda because those in charge refused her painkilling medication. Why? […]