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INIS state you will no longer need to submit your passport

By Sonia / December 1, 2020

The Immigration office (INIS) has released good news for Immigrants in Ireland as it announced That “From 02 December 2020, customers renewing their Immigration Registration Permission will no longer need to submit their passport to have an immigration stamp attached by their Registration Office.” as stated on the INIS Website.    Furthermore, the Burgh Quay […]

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Public Health Doctors preparing for a 3-day strike in January

By Sonia / November 30, 2020

Doctors in the public health sector are preparing to go on strike for a period of 3 days in January. With an expected rise in Covid cases in January, how will this affect treatment and care? And what led to this decision?   The Irish Medical Organisation, met today and have decided to take ‘industrial […]

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Biracial, Gay, Immigrants: From Panama to Phibsborough

By Sonia / November 27, 2020

They started dating shortly after meeting at a common friend’s birthday party and moved to an exciting new country together soon after, however, the journey of this gay, biracial couple has been filled with hardships that encapsulate the untold struggles of a community that has chosen the Emerald Isle as their home.   Their own […]

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10 best Netflix documentaries that will blow your mind

By Sonia / November 23, 2020

I am an avid documentary viewer. I have seen hundreds of documentaries and docu-series on topics – ranging from harvesting honey to the 9/11 conspiracy theories. However, there are few documentaries that have gone beyond just being a viewing pleasure, documentaries that have changed my outlook of the world we live in, that have left […]

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Say Namaste to these 10 lesser-Known Indian Dishes!

By Sonia / November 21, 2020

Indian cuisine dates back over 5000 years. Influenced by Mongolian, Persian and Chinese cuisines, among others, Food in India is not merely a means of sustenance but the pinnacle of culture and tradition. With over 19,500 languages and 31 cuisines originating from various regions, the country is a treasure-trove of flavours. May you be a […]

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A 100 Days of protest: Belarus against Lukashenko.

By Sonia / November 17, 2020

Today marks the 100th day of the nationwide protests that have rocked the country of Belarus since they erupted on 9th August. The country’s largest and longest anti-political protests against President Alexander Lukashenko and the government began leading up-to and during the 2020 elections, where-in Lukashenko claimed victory with 80% of the vote despite the […]

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10 best international Netflix series for your holiday binge

By Sonia / November 16, 2020

With the holiday season coming in and the pandemic still raging on, let’s take a look these 10 International Netflix series that are perfect for your next binge-fest. The Spy (Israel) Based on a true story, this gripping psychological drama leaves you wanting more. Leading with Sacha Baron Cohen, the series brings to light the […]

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The latest Irish traffic light travel system

By Sonia / November 13, 2020

  Keeping in line with the new European travel measures, Ireland has updated its international travel Policies and introduced the latest Irish traffic light travel system. Ireland is part of the European Union “traffic-light” system for international travel which refers to regions within countries rather than individual countries. Within the ‘traffic lights’ system regions across […]

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