In two very particular senses Arlene Foster is correct when she says--although it did come across as a throwaway line rather than a thought-through opinion--that the Good Friday Agreement isn't 'sacrosanct.
The frightening scale of the homelessness crisis faced by Dublin City Council has been graphically illustrated by the serious consideration given to a proposal that a cruise ship should be acquired to ease waiting lists.
Even amid the turbulent politics playing out at home with RHI and Brexit, party conferences and rumours of leadership challenges creating headlines, the current American Supreme Court drama has had many of us gripped.
There will be considerable alarm over the revelation that the bill for the policing operation surrounding the removal of two dangerous loyalist bonfires in east Belfast last July amounted to almost £200,000.
In examining the future we must look to the past. As we watch the media today we are spoon fed more and more propaganda and fear of the unknown, that we should be afraid of the unknown and have full faith that our government is keeping us safe from the unknown.
IN RESPONSE to M Hayes – ‘Derogatory comments deliberately used to stir-up anti-Catholic hatred’ (September 11) – Protestant Churches have avoided legal responsibility for abuse, but this cannot be said for their moral responsibility.