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Andreina Gonzalez

I am Andreina from Venezuela, I am a journalist finishing my master's degree in Journalism and Public Relations at Griffith College. I like photography, writing and calligraphy.


St. Patrick’s Day Parade 2019

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 18, 2019

Ireland and the world celebrated yesterday (March 17) St Patrick’s Day 2019 with parades, parties and endless activities. This year around half a million attendees were estimated in Dublin city. This Festival is a monumental occasion for Ireland. More than 3,000 people took part in the country’s largest St Patrick’s Day parade, celebrating Irish storytelling. […]


Christchurch mosque massacre

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 15, 2019

A gun attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, during afternoon prayers has left 49 people dead   Forty-nine people have been killed and another 48 hurt after mass shootings at two Christchurch mosques in what has been described as the worst evil attack on New Zealand. The police reported the attacks developed today […]


Cold Pursuit – Movie review

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 14, 2019

This week I went to see another movie. And the truth is, I went for the popcorn. I am not going to lie. Liam Neeson movies are not my cup of tea. I do believe he is a very talented actor but the whole revenge bloody action movies are not for me. However, I was […]


Galician Poetry for St. Patrick’s Festival

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 13, 2019

Join the Cervantes Institute as they launch Focus on Galician Poetry, a reading of poetry in Galician, Spanish and English that will take place tomorrow Thursday, March 14 at 6:30 pm. It is said that Galicia and Ireland share legends, climate, music, culture and even chromosomes. The Cervantes Institute joins St. Patrick’s Festival to celebrate […]


Blackout in Venezuela to the sixth day

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 12, 2019

Today (March 12) means Venezuelans have been 6 days immersed into darkness, as a massive nationwide blackout hit the country on Thursday evening. As the Irish Times puts it, even though “power cuts have become frequent events in recent years as a result of an economic crisis, Thursday’s blackout was unprecedented due to its geographical […]


Celebrate International Women’s Day

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 8, 2019

Today (March 8), International Women’s Day is celebrated around the Globe. It is a day to celebrate women’s achievements, and it is about unity, reflection and action. It has been celebrated on March 8 of every year since 1914, when the fight was about getting women around the world the rights to vote, but now […]


Local Enterprise Offices hosts Business Seminar

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 6, 2019

Dublin City Public Libraries and Local Enterprise Offices (LEO) organised a group session filled with business advice today, March 03, at the Central Library in ILAC Shopping Centre. Noel McGrath led the morning with a two-hour presentation on the basics of how to start a business in Ireland. The seminar is part of the Local […]


If you feel like pancakes, click here!

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 5, 2019

Today is Shrove Tuesday, also known as Pancake Tuesday, and we thought you may like to know how to make pancakes or where to buy them. Believe it or not, the celebration has a religious origin usually, it is celebrated the last Tuesday before the beginning of the Lent, that begins with the famous Ash […]


The boom of Humanist Weddings

By Andreina Gonzalez / March 1, 2019

And what God hath not joined together, a man may put asunder I was born in a society that believes marriage is an essential part of adulthood. Those who want to build a family must get married beforehand. I was also raised Catholic and, I never questioned the importance of marriage and the need for […]


7 Reasons why you should go on a Solo Trip

By Andreina Gonzalez / February 28, 2019

If you have never been on a solo trip there are usually two reasons for it. For some, the idea of going on a trip on their own is a real challenge, is scary and uncomfortable. For some others, it is the thing they have been waiting for but haven’t had the time/money to do it. […]

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