The eviction ban imposed in Ireland last October will finally be lifted on April 1, 2023. However, with this ban being lifted, there are far more complications and consequences set to occur, consequences that are
The proposals for a ‘content’ levy by the Government and various Irish entertainment groups is intent on increasing funding for the Irish film and television industry through collecting funds from already existing international streaming providers.
The signing of the Good Friday Agreement twenty-four years ago this month brought to an end the inter-ethnic violence that wreaked havoc in Northern Ireland since its inception in 1921. The accord’s wide-reaching ambitions included
Russia about to conduct naval exercises off the coast of Cork, we must remind ourselves that Ireland’s stance on using neutrality as a means of security, will not work when faced with global conflict. For
As the final whistle blew at the Emirates last Thursday, it was thought Liverpool’s Irish shot stopper, Caoimhín Kelleher, had played his last game in this year’s edition of the Carabao Cup. Despite his heroic
2023 will mark Ireland’s fiftieth year in the European Union. A significant milestone for an island country once so reserved and destitute. As the union’s future is being subjected to continued scrutiny from rising rates
Apprenticeship registrations have increased by 25% in Ireland, as announced by Minister Simon Harris and the department of Further and Higher Education. The Minister addressed this positive increase by stating “so far, this year we
The Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed to The College View that 3500 people availed of Covid-19 vaccines as part of a week-long campaign to boost youth vaccination rates. ‘Vaccination Week’ was a campaign
A new ‘Post Covid Syndrome Rehabiliation’ course is being launched in DCU with the aim of helping medical professionals identify and treat ‘long Covid’ symptoms. It is the first course of its kind in Ireland
On May 25th, 2018, Ireland repealed the 8th Amendment with a progressive landslide victory, with 66.4% of the electorate voting for the legislation of safe medical abortions. 64.5% of the electorate voted, which was one of the
Since six Asian women were killed in the Atlanta Spa shooting last month, “Stop Asian Hate Movement” have been held across the United States for several weeks. In this movement, some Asian-American celebrities, such as
The country’s weather conditions and temperature will be radically different by the year 2050, particularly in the east, according to a computer generated projection by the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC).