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With just 12 match weeks left to play in the Premier League this season, many fans will be looking back at a unique season of football.
There’s an age-old saying that many singers, athletes, and general celebrities favour at awards ceremonies, on podiums, or in everyday life – “This is for my fans”.
Eleven years ago, Tiger Woods cut a deeply apologetic figure as he confessed to the world’s media details of a scandal that had been brewing for years.
There have always been clear barriers for women in sport compared to the men’s games, but the impacts of the global pandemic have exposed these issues further.
The FAI have unveiled new broadcasting deals for the 2021 League of Ireland and Women’s National League campaigns.
The University experience for Irish women has progressed drastically over the past century.
‘The Notorious’ Conor McGregor was stopped in the second round of his UFC 257 showdown against Dustin Poirier last month, suffering a shocking first-ever KO loss in the UFC.
93 per cent of Early Years educators say they will leave the sector in five years’ time if things don’t improve.
We are almost one month into 2021, and Ireland’s relationship with Covid-19 has been nothing short of tumultuous.
“I thought, why not make one?” the once hidden figure behind a DCU confessions page reveals, from a place many miles from Glasnevin.
Former international player Lisa Jacob has been appointed the new manager of the Irish Women’s Hockey Team.
The Methadone Treatment Protocol (MTP) has been in Ireland since 1998. The patients of these methadone clinics are still facing the same stigma as those who attended the clinics 22 years ago.
DCU student and Shelbourne star Kate Mooney achieved the goal of a lifetime earlier this year – scoring 30 goals, in just 7 games.
While the pandemic has affected almost every aspect of human life imaginable, the impact it may have had on our furry friends is less obvious.
Arsenal’s 3-0 victory over Dundalk seems facile on paper, however It was anything but for the Gunners.
Former DCU student, Rónán Ó Dálaigh developed the idea for the company Thriftify when he found a book he needed for college in a charity shop for €1.
20×20 a two-year-long campaign, which aimed to change attitudes towards women’s sport in Ireland, concluded in October.