25 thoughts on “De Monday Papers

  1. Nice Anne

    Cannot believe all the passengers were rescued from that plane. Fair dues to the emergency services.

      1. Brother Barnabas

        is the top third not a bit messy?

        (bertie’s just pleased liverpool have made front page news again)

        1. edalicious

          The masthead lettering seems very cluttered to me and losing the blue makes it less distinct from other papers. I bet they’ve done it because the blue was costing them more to print than black and white.

          1. Harry Molloy

            Don’t come in here throwing around acronyms and expecting me to be well informed and understand what you’re saying

          2. Bertie Blenkinsop

            Cyan Magenta Yellow and Black
            The process colours used for colour print
            Apologies, I thought it was a common enough term :)

      2. petey

        agree, i like it too. and the capitalization of the name. no-caps should be saved for comments on websites.

    1. Harry Molloy

      They could do with a splash of blue on the heading, it’s mete the colour you look for when seeking something separate from the red tops or wordy tabloids (express ,telegraph)

  2. realPolithicks

    “TD’s fear referendum stance will affect possible general election”

    Not exactly a profile in courage from many TD’s..what a shocker!

  3. GiggidyGoo

    And another Garda outfit has accounting practices that are not transparent.

    and following up on UL sop to Harney, we see the reason.

  4. some old queen

    Chelsea Manning to run for Senate.

    A complete two fingers to the troll in the White House. What with the #metoo movement and now actions like this, the principle of ‘unintended consequences’ is really starting to make its mark.

        1. Nigel

          Yeah, it’s a slim hope, but who knows, a massive Trump backlash might carry all sorts of surprising people over the line.

  5. Science

    I was watching this and see the winners mother is a very well known senior medical scientist/lecturer with the microbiology department of University College cork, she oversaw a very similar study back in 2007 with another post grad student a very strange coincidence, I’m not saying the lad didn’t do the work but to have a parent who is directly involved in that particular field and to have supervised a similar study 11 years ago is strange.

    http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/mrsa-faces-defeat-from-wild-flower-48105.html

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