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Camogie star Jody Couch reflects on her Purcell cup victory

Camogie star Jody Couch reflects on her Purcell cup victory

Purcell all-star Jody Couch shares her experience on winning this year’s Purcell cup TU Dublin’s senior camogie team were victorious in the Purcell cup final defeating NUIG by 12 points…

Global climate strike returns to Dublin

Global climate strike returns to Dublin

Youth activists took to the streets of Dublin demanding immediate climate action Hundreds of people gathered for climate protests across the country in late March as part of a global…

What drives the cost of fuel up?

What drives the cost of fuel up?

Exactly why are we feeling the pinch in our pockets at the petrol pumps? Nowadays, everybody has seen the price of fuel shoot right up. Prices for this commodity have…

Return of the craic – St Patrick’s Day at the Guinness Storehouse  

Return of the craic – St Patrick’s Day at the Guinness Storehouse  

Delebrations of the national holiday return to the ‘Home of Guinness’  Excitement is brewing in Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse as St Patrick’s Day celebrations are underway.  The Guinness Storehouse at St.…

North-city sanctuary for the mind, body and soul

North-city sanctuary for the mind, body and soul

New arts gathering spot Universal Space offers a hub for people to connect after the pandemic Dublin city centre can often be a space with a non-stop atmosphere, with people,…

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

Street artists fight to keep their art on the walls of Dublin

The artists of Subset are determined to end the longstanding argument regarding public art and planning permission. After several disputes over the last ten years, Dublin City Council is now…

Stoneybatter residents sweep the streets

Stoneybatter residents sweep the streets

Dublin City Council is encouraging local residents across the city to take part in community clean-ups – and ‘Stoneybatter Pride of Place’ has joined in, gathering on a Saturday morning…

New monthly LGBTQ+ poetry night at Street 66

New monthly LGBTQ+ poetry night at Street 66

The success of Wilde Poets, a one-off event last November, has given rise to a new monthly LGBTQ+ poetry and spoken word event, with arts activist and media producer Sonya…

Freddo Bars and Cigars – a masterfully executed dive into anxiety and generational trauma  

Freddo Bars and Cigars – a masterfully executed dive into anxiety and generational trauma  

Dead Cute’s debut production weaves an intensely relatable tale of dread and discontent.  On a cold February night, a first production at the Smock Alley Theatre played to a receptive…

Plants grow in the new vegan restaurants of Dublin 7

Plants grow in the new vegan restaurants of Dublin 7

There has been a noticeable growth in the popularity of the vegan diet worldwide in recent years. Ireland has been a bit slow to catch on, but new spots around Stoneybatter…

‘The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now’ at IMMA

‘The Narrow Gate of the Here-and-Now’ at IMMA

The Irish Museum of Modern Art’s latest exhibit tackles important issues such as feminism, migration, racism, and much more. Intro  Modern and contemporary art can be confusing and hard to…

A night to remember with KhakiKid

A night to remember with KhakiKid

KhakiKid’s headline show puts on full display the talent of the rising rapper Irish rapper Khakikid held a headline show in the Grand Social for a night that will live…