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Emma Grove

Emma is a Californian-native, a food lover, and a Journalist for Babylon Radio. With a MA(Hons) from the University of Glasgow, Emma is interested in everything musical and cultural going on in Ireland!

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Top 5 events 7 February, 2020

By Emma Grove / February 7, 2020

Looking for some fun Friday night activities? Look no further! We’ve a top notch list of all that’s going on in Dublin tonight, all of which are over by 11 so you can still head out and dance your socks off! Without further ado, here’s Babylon Radio’s top 5 events for February 7th, 2020! Irish […]

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Buying property in Ireland: A comprehensive overview

By Emma Grove / February 6, 2020

Considering buying property in Ireland? With rent prices continuing to rise all over the country, purchasing a property is becoming more and more appealing to those who can afford to do so. Not sure how to get started? Read below for an overview on all the considerations you must take into account.  Whether you’re looking […]

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Walk-in clinics in Dublin: an overview

By Emma Grove / February 6, 2020

Walk-in clinics in Dublin are a great option if you’re under the weather and you want to see a doctor right away. Whether it’s a cold, a flu, you need a vaccine, or you’ve got a minor injury, the people in Dublin’s walk-in clinics can help sort you out.  GP’s are a fantastic option for […]

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Top 5 Events for 3rd February, 2020

By Emma Grove / February 3, 2020

Having a bit of a manic Monday? Why not turn it into Monday-funday with Babylon Radio’s Top 5 events for Monday, February 3rd! There’s comedy, work outs, dancing, and more. Check them out below and see what strikes you fancy Beginner to Improver Tennis Coaching Are you looking to get fit while having fun in […]

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GPs in Ireland: all the info you need

By Emma Grove / January 31, 2020

Someone call a doctor! Not sure who to call? If you’re feeling ill in Ireland, be sure to register with a GP. Not sure how to do so? Read below for more information! If you’re under the weather in Ireland you should go visit a General Practitioner (GP). Also known as a family doctor, GP’s […]

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Obtaining a medical card in Ireland: a rundown

By Emma Grove / January 31, 2020

Are you interested in getting a medical card in Ireland? These cards can help reduce the cost of your healthcare services while you are living in Ireland. Want to know more about medical cards or see if you qualify? Read below for more information! Health system in Ireland: all the information you need Emergency health […]

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Top 5 events for 30 January 2020

By Emma Grove / January 30, 2020

The weekend is fast approaching, but why wait till Friday for a good time? From tasty vegan fare to comedy that will have you doubled over in mirth, Babylon Radio’s top 5 events in Dublin tonight are sure to make this a thunderous Thursday! Check them out below! Vegan Foodie Festival  You love food. You […]

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7 traditional Irish bread recipes for all occasions

By Emma Grove / January 28, 2020

From fluffy and light to dense and grainy, these 7 Irish bread recipes span the spectrum of bread based possibilities. Whether you like it toasted or untoasted, with coffee or tea, these Irish bread recipes are sure to be the star of the show for your next morning meal! Picture this: Ireland before potatoes. I […]

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9 Irish dessert recipes to satisfy your sweet tooth

By Emma Grove / January 24, 2020

Sure there’s potatoes, and potatoes, and … potatoes, but there’s a whole lot more to Irish cooking that meets the eye! This includes some scrumptious sweet treats that are bound to keep you cozy and content this frosty winter! Whether you serve them on their own or with a cuppa, these 9 Irish dessert recipes […]

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International students in Ireland: An application guide

By Emma Grove / January 23, 2020

Are you thinking of becoming an international student in Ireland? With over 100 countries represented across Ireland’s universities and technical institutions, studying at an Irish institution as an International Student has never been more possible! The rate of International students in Ireland has skyrocketed in recent years with students hailing from over 100 countries at […]

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