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Brexit: A possible economic catastrophe?

Brexit: A possible economic catastrophe?

On June 23rd, Britain will take a vote that will ripple across the European Union. With 28 member states as of yet, a country as big as Britain will surely…

Ireland qualifies for the Euros: What happens next?

Ireland qualifies for the Euros: What happens next?

We’re off to France! Jon Walters double books Ireland’s place at Euro 2016 https://t.co/ncF2nWhqAe pic.twitter.com/F5zZQTrpLQ — TheJournal.ie (@thejournal_ie) November 16, 2015 It’s official, the Republic of Ireland will be heading…

Ireland v Bosnia-Herzegovina preview

Ireland v Bosnia-Herzegovina preview

After the Republic of Ireland’s name was drawn from the pot on October 18th and fate decided that they would face Bosnia-Herzegovina, the nation’s prevailing thought was ‘it could have…

UFC hits fever pitch as it returns to the Republic of Ireland

UFC hits fever pitch as it returns to the Republic of Ireland

  On Saturday 24th October the Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) monolith that is the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to the Republic of Ireland for the first time in over a…

Irish dreams shattered as Argentina runs rampant

Irish dreams shattered as Argentina runs rampant

Argentina defeated Ireland 43 – 20 in the Rugby World Cup quarter final and will go on to play Australia in the Semi Final. The Pumas had a seventeen point…

Plans For modular homes schemes pick up pace

Plans For modular homes schemes pick up pace

At the end of August more than 600 families in Dublin were living in either hotels or homeless accommodation. This is excluding all the homeless sleeping rough on the streets…

Dublin 8’s views on new political party

Dublin 8’s views on new political party

With the introduction of Renua Ireland, the new political party set up by former Fine Gael TD Lucinda Creighton, John Smith asks the public if new political parties are just…

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Lá Fhéile Pádraig

Another year and another St. Patrick’s Day festival! The St. Patrick’s parade has always been the highlight of the annual four day festivities. The theme this year is ‘celebrating now’,…

Kelly’s plan to end homelessness ‘unachievable’

Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly’s plans to end Ireland’s housing and homelessness crisis have been criticized by homeless trust founder Fr Peter McVerry. The Government’s plan to provide 35,000…

Pinta packs a punch

Pinta packs a punch

By Michelle Dardis & Niamh Haskins Behind every great fighter, there’s an even better coach, and Derry native Daniel ‘Pinta’ Quigley naturally happens to be both. Pinta is the first…

Dublin confirmed to host four Euro 2020 matches

Dublin confirmed to host four Euro 2020 matches

Dublin’s Aviva Stadium has been confirmed by UEFA as one of thirteen host cities for Euro 2020. Dublin is one of 8 cities that have been chosen to host a…

Maureen O’Hara to receive an Honorary Oscar

Maureen O’Hara to receive an Honorary Oscar

Acclaimed Irish actress Maureen O’Hara is set to receive an Honorary Oscar from the Board of Governors of the Academy of Motion Pictures and Sciences on 8 November. The Honorary…