by CVNews in Lead Story
Ireland’s economy contracted by 6.1 per cent during the second financial quarter of this year (April to June), according to figures released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) last week.
Private student accommodation opposite University College Dublin (UCD) has been shut down after fire safety problems were detected in the building.
A number of colleges and universities across Ireland are planning to offer short-term rentals to students who will be completing the majority of their studies for the next academic year online.
When last orders were taken in pubs across the country on March 15 who would have guessed what the future would hold. A St. Patrick’s day like no other, eerie CCTV footage of a deserted
Direct Provision is barely meeting the basic psychological needs of asylum seekers and needs to be replaced with a “more humane and ethical alternative” according to an open letter addressed to the Taoiseach and Minister
The summer of strange and unprecedented times, staycations and contact tracing begins to draw to a close. The start of an academic year like no other is no longer a far off deadline in the
The GAA, IRFU and Basketball Ireland respond to the new restrictions introduced by the government in relation to Covid-19.
John Horan, GAA President calls on the government to give the association permission to allow outdoor gatherings of over 200 people.
Fan tributes are being organised across the country for Jack Charlton ahead of the funeral on Tuesday.
The Kissing Booth, in all its cringe-worthy glory, is a film we love to hate. Two years on, The Kissing Booth 2 sets the perfect example that the apple certainly doesn’t fall far from the
The dysfunctional superhero family have graced our screens once again, with season 2 of The Umbrella Academy streaming on Netflix this month in ten episodes.
Some songs from the last twenty years have had a chicken and the egg with their success and their appearance on a FIFA soundtrack. Did the chicken hatch before the egg or did it play
The recent expulsion of the Tampax advertisement from Irish television has triggered a wave of national debate surrounding the stigmatised, euphemised natural occurrence that is periods.
The higher the rate is, the more calories you will burn so here are some excellent ways to boost your metabolism.
This was a trip that was truly the time of my life where adventure knew no bounds, and each day brought new excitement, laughter and memories that will last a lifetime, this was interrailing 18’.
Go bhfóire Dia orainn, tá an fírinne nua atá le feiceáil i gnach teach timpeall na tíre aisteach gan aon dabht. I rith cúpla lá bhí na hollscoil go léir dúnta agus bhí Temple Bar
Tá sé an-deacair am saor a fháil ag deireadh na seachtaine ach is rud riachtanach é, níl sé sláintiúil fánacht sa bhaile ag déanamh obair bhaile gach uile nóiméad den lae.
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