Irish music legend Christy Dignam is receiving palliative care for a rare form of blood cancer, amyloidosis. The Aslan singer, aged 62, has been suffering with the disease since March 2013, with his family caring
Two national senior titles return to Glasnevin this week after DCU Athletics Club members Jack Forde (St. Killian’s AC) and Niamh McCorry (Raheny Shamrocks AC) won their respective multi-event titles in Athlone. Both athletes competed
January is a clean slate. We are all tightening the reigns after the overindulgences we allowed over theChristmas period. We make the same cliché promises every year. The holy trinity; we are going to eathealthy,
Have your New Year’s Resolutions already gone awry? Maybe you promised yourself some more “me time”, or decided you wanted to live in the moment more, but are already struggling. Don’t give up just yet.
DCU Dóchas Éireann 3–14 vs 0-05 Queens University DCU Dóchas Éireann were comprehensive winners for the second week running in the Electric Ireland Sigerson Cup after a ruthless first half display, rampant with aggressive, direct
Many of us have been witnessing the downfall of the health services in Ireland as significant pressure persists due to a surge of patients presenting to emergency departments (ED) across the country, GP practices and
The desperate plight of refugees and migrants requires rethinking our current system Over 12,000 people applied for asylum in Ireland last year. This represents an over 400 per cent year-on-year increase according to the Department
John Lydon, also known as former Sex Pistol Johnny Rotten, has called the Eurovision Song Contest “disgusting” and “absolutely awful”, despite vying to represent Ireland in it this year. When asked in an interview on
Silicon Republic, an Irish-based technology news website, has announced that Jenny Darmody will become their new editor from this month. The news website, based in Dublin, covers news on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and maths),
Tár is a truly incredible character piece. Revolving around the fictional revered composer as she is faced with both the greatest challenge of her professional career and the looming demons of her past, this psychological drama is an uncomfortable yet arresting dive into music, mania, and monsters.
Musical dramas and biopics may not be everyone’s cup of tea, and I didn’t think they were mine, but this movie was a touching and enjoyable cinematic experience; and while I did not grow up with Whitney Houston, I felt that this film did her justice.
Recently British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has announced his intention to introduce new anti-trade union and strike legislation. The new law seeks to impose “minimum service levels” for key public sector jobs such as in
Any remaining doubt surrounding who the greatest footballer of all time is was extinguished on Sunday 22nd December 2022, when Lionel Messi finally lifted the World Cup trophy for deserved winners Argentina. In a thrilling
FLIARA- Female Led Innovation in Agriculture and Rural Areas is a €3 million project, involving Universities across Europe aimed at developing and strengthening policy and government framework involving women in agriculture. The project aims to
Cancellation of a taxi request more than 2 minutes after acceptance will see customers charged up to €10 under new FreeNow Terms and Conditions Ireland’s most popular taxi booking app, FreeNow, has introduced a range
Members of DCU Athletics Club got the year off to a perfect start at last weekend at the 123.ie National Junior and U23 Championships in Abbottstown. The large contingent from DCU took home twenty-nine medals