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Grave Concerns: Opening Night

March 25, 2024

Grave Concerns, written and directed by Dom Byrne, brought its opening night audience on an emotional journey through dark comedy and a stellar story.  The play follows Matthew, played by Cameron Simpson, a Leaving Cert Read more…


Ruth O’Leary Interview

March 7, 2024

Ruth O’Leary’s debut novel The Weekend Break gives you a glimpse into the lives of different women. The relatable novel is a brilliant gift coming up to Mother’s Day this Sunday. The newly released novel Read more…


Endometriosis Awareness Month

March 6, 2024

March is not only the month in which we celebrate women, it is also the month of yellow ribbons. It is an occasion to shine a light on the always relevant issue of endometriosis, a Read more…


What is Dyslexia?

February 16, 2024

Dyslexia, a learning disability, or a learning style? 1896 was the year the first case of dyslexia was discovered, thanks to a general practitioner called Pringle Morgan. The word dyslexia comes from the Latin word Read more…


We Should Enjoy Dublin…While We Have It

March 15, 2023

Startling projection would see much of Dublin submerged by 2100          The coastal areas of Dublin expected to be under water by 2100. Source: Climate Central Much of Dublin’s coastline will be submerged in 1.7m Read more…


Let’s talk about STIs: symptoms and testing

March 1, 2023

A 76% rise in sexually transmitted infection (STI) rates has been reported by the Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC). Chlamydia, gonorrhoea and genital herpes remain the most commonly recorded infections. Gonorrhoea had the highest increase Read more…


How is Ireland housing refugees and asylum seekers?

March 1, 2023

Slogans like #IrelandIsFull and #IrishLivesMatter have been sprawled across placards and waved at anti-immigration protests in Drimnagh, East Wall and Ballymun in recent weeks. While their accusations are fuelled by racism and xenophobia, protesters have Read more…


Home is where the waves meet me

February 1, 2023

Home has four walls and a roof, but for me, home is where the waves meet me, where the sun-rays tan my skin, and then I feel peace. People may have their own “home” in Read more…


When cough syrups are out – opt for Salabat

January 18, 2023

Ireland’s Coughing Crisis: As a result of the coughing crisis, many articles reported earlier this week that coughing medicines were running out. However, people can make a homemade remedy to treat their coughs alternatively.  “Calpol Read more…