As an onlooker to this case, what strikes me is the constant traffic of foreign objects through this woman’s body, imposing foreign wills.
A piece by the future Nobel winner on the curious atmosphere in Ulster during the Troubles, first published in the <em>NS</em> of 1 July 1966.
Ireland is second only to Greece in terms of the scale and speed of health cutbacks undertaken by “developed” countries.
As a child, Anna Carey saw the dead-eyed women who had been forced to work for free in the laundries sit among the congregation at Mass, seen and yet ignored. Now, as the religious orders responsible refuse to contribute towards financial compensation, it
While our legislators bask in their moral superiority, thousands of Irish women have to travel to the UK in order to have an abortion, says Anna Carey.
The revelation from Peter Mandelson that Thatcher told him the Irish are "all liars" is of a piece with her attitude to Northern Ireland and Irish affairs.
The Queen makes yet another stop on her “Sorry one’s ancestors came” world tour.
Sophie Elmhirst joins Martin McGuinness on the presidential campaign trail in Dublin, and finds an e
Fianna Fail may have been routed, but the country’s likely new leader is not the man to clean up our
Victory for Sinn Fein could make it impossible for the government to pass its austerity budget.