Opinion

Editorial: We will meet again

April 15, 2020

However we are doing this to protect the most vulnerable. Every time I get frustrated about being stuck at home or I’m tempted to go out and meet friends I think of my three grandparents. I am doing this for them, we are all doing this for them.

Opinion

What will Covid-19 mean for the Irish economy?

March 31, 2020

However, as it stands there is no clause in insurance contracts to protect against something like the coronavirus and because the government has not forced their closure these businesses are left with nothing.

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Opinion

Into the unknown – the uncertain journey of college’s end

March 18, 2020

As we enter the final quarter of this academic year, mine and my classmates’ time at university is about to come to an end. For some, this signals their entry into the world of full-time work, for others a chance to begin a masters degree. For others who don’t fit perfectly into one of these two categories, the next step might not be completely clear.

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Opinion

Ireland doesn’t have a culture of protesting

March 17, 2020

In recent months we have seen a wave of sustained protests around the globe. From Santiago to Beirut to Hong Kong, thousands have taken to the streets to protest various issues.