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The Week That Was

A Mystery of Fate Readers were left puzzled as they contemplated a real head scratcher on Good Friday. No, not the death and resurrection but the disappearance of satire from The Irish Times. A carto...
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The Week That Was

Historic Higgins Irish president Michael D. Higgins made a historic four-day state visit to the UK this week. where he met with Queen Elizabeth II and visited Downing Street. In her speech welcoming ...
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The Internet of Things (Infographic)

  Ah the internet of things. A utopian future where your smart fridge reads you the news, your smart washing machine plays your Spotify jazz playlist and a killer robot spawning artificial intel...
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The Week That Was

Do you Noah what I’m saying? Russell Crowe has a reputation for being a bit of a grump when it comes to dealing with the press. The Noah star was given some justification for this when an Irish...
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In Pictures: Dublin Says No

  Dublin Says No have marched on the streets of Dublin every Sunday for the last 54 weeks consecutively. They start at roughly 1pm at Central Bank in Dame Street, marching slowly to O’Conn...
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The Week That Was

Awkward week for An Garda Síochána As the whistleblower scandal continued to burn and pressure on Justice Minister Alan Shatter continued to build up, Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan announced his...
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Introducing: Travis Oaks

  One of the best things about working for Krank is that every now and again you stumble across something new, something exciting and something pretty fucking awesome.  Travis Oaks are one of th...
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Margaretta D’Arcy Released from Mountjoy

  79 year old peace activist Margaretta D’Arcy was released from Mountjoy prison on Saturday the 22nd of March after serving three months for refusing to sign a bail bond to uphold the law...