If Racism Exists In Ireland So Does Anti-racism

March 15, 2023

Racism in Ireland has been an issue for quite a long time, with the latest flood in hate crimes happening in 2020. The effect of racial hate crimes on victims can be devastating. Victims frequently


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


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


Celebrating Halloween in a different perspective

November 10, 2022

Halloween costumes and trick-or-treating are just “the norm” in November, but that wasn’t the case for me as a kid. My childhood was not spent dressing up cartoon characters or scary costumes, so I don’t


One In A Thousand

October 26, 2022

Faced with expensive college fees­­– students are juggling between work and college, working 40 hours a week – to pay for college fees. Over two weeks ago, thousands of students around Ireland walked out of

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Global Media Outrage: An Eye-Opener

October 27, 2021

We never realise how much time we spend on social media until its gone, we consume so much networking daily that when it disappears we do not know how to react.