The strikedown of the Joint Labour Committee is having lasting effects on the hospitality industry, with opposition parties waiting to see “real action” from the government. Opposition parties and trade unions are calling out the
I still remember my first interview that I ever conducted. It was back in the depths of Ireland’s second lockdown during Autumn 2020. I interviewed Alicia O’Sullivan, the then-Education Officer of the Irish Second Level
Second-year Journalism students Amy McLoughlin and Hannah Giron Daygo have been announced as the new Editor-in-Chief and Deputy Editor of The College View. The pair will take up their new positions in the coming days,
Tensions have escalated as Russia announced plans to deploy tactical nuclear weapons on Belarusian soil. This move has drawn swift criticism from NATO, with concerns mounting over the potential consequences for international security and stability.
Thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets in protest after prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu dismissed his defence minister on Sunday for raising objections to proposed judicial reforms. Heralded as “days of disruption”, highways and
Recently France has been rocked by nationwide large-scale protests against the proposal by President Emmanuel Macron to raise the retirement age from 62 to 65 without approval from parliament. The French, never being shy to
While the threats of artificial intelligence (A.I.) have been illustrated and proposed primarily through fictional media and literature, the fast development of such artifices like chatbots, voice cloning or fabricated images also known as ‘deepfakes’
In September 1961 President John F. Kennedy spoke to the United Nations warning of the danger posed by nuclear weaponry. “Every man, woman and child lives under a nuclear sword of Damocles, hanging by the
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 government will not extend the temporary eviction ban after March 31 setting them on a collision course with opposition parties as housing remains a hot-button issue and political football. Sinn Féin will table a
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.
Dogs Trust Ireland’s announcement suggests an indifference to animal welfare in Ireland. Last month’s article in The College View talked about the announcement by dog welfare charity Dogs Trust Ireland of 394 requests to take
Councillor incensed by long-term inaction as Citizens’ Assembly on Drugs to commence next month With notable irritation in his voice, Dublin City Councillor and former Lord Mayor of Dublin Christy Burke lays bare to me
Pornography, or ‘porn’ as it is more commonly referred to, is defined as ‘the depiction of erotic behaviour (as in pictures or writing) intended to cause sexual excitement.’ That being said, one may argue a
Ireland’s food waste problem is one of the most pressing issues facing the country today. The amount of food waste generated in Ireland has reached unprecedented levels, and it is threatening both the environment and