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EU/EAA Students: A guide to university applications in Ireland

By Carlotta Cutrale / January 22, 2020

Struggling to get the uni application done properly? Or not sure about how to apply to a PostGrad course? Fear not, we are here to save you! We have put together a bullet-pointed guide on how to apply to universities in Ireland as an EU/EAA Student. The European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area […]


A journey through the past: a guide to the ancient sites in Ireland

By Emma Grove / January 21, 2020

Transport yourself back to Ireland’s mystical history by discovering some of the ancient sites in Ireland.  The misty grey skies of this stoic island carry a whisper on the wind of ages past. Druidic tradition and bardic tales contained within the annals of Irish history lay the legend of the ancient sites in Ireland. Many […]


Wilderness Express: Ireland’s six National Parks

By Jacqueline Russe / January 17, 2020

Ireland is known for having varied and spectacular scenery. If you want to see stunning landscapes and diverse wildlife, just visit one of Ireland’s six national parks. National parks are protected areas of natural beauty and habitat to numerous plant and animal species, even protected ones. For its size, Ireland has incredibly diverse nature, with […]


What’s on for Chinese New year in Dublin?

By Mia Kim / January 15, 2020

How are your New Year’s resolutions going so far? Have you already given up already? If you have, don’t be disappointed with yourself, because there is another new year waiting just around the corner. The Chinese New Year is only two weeks away!  Many countries in the western world use the Gregorian calendar, the first […]


Renting a car in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / January 8, 2020

Many people coming to Ireland rent a car to do a road trip around the island. But renting a car in Ireland can prove to be difficult if you don’t know what to look out for. It is not surprising that more and more people opt to rent a car or share it with another […]


Newgrange winter solstice 2019

By Fernanda Otero / December 20, 2019

Newgrange winter solstice is upon us again. Newgrange is probably the best known megalithic monument in Ireland, with its most famous feature the illumination of the inner passage during the mornings of the winter solstice. Newgrange winter solstice is a sight not to be missed. The winter solstice in the northern hemisphere is just around […]


Avoiding Seasonal Affective Disorder

By Fernanda Otero / December 17, 2019

Get away from  Seasonal Affective Disorder during the wintertime When it comes to describing and talking about wintertime diseases, what we instantly picture is an image of the flu, cold, bed and tea. If you come from a tropical country as I do, these are the most common health problems related to this charming and romantic […]


Hidden Gems: Pender’s Yard in Stoneybatter

By Carlotta Cutrale / December 16, 2019

Dublin is a city full of surprises. No matter where you go you’ll be amazed by the artistic graffiti, inspiring quotes and architectural beauties. Among all the neighbourhoods making up Dublin, there’s Stoneybatter. An inner-village within the city which conceals the hidden Pender’s Yard in Stoneybatter.  In the last 10 years, Stoneybatter has made a […]


A new strategy to make lives of LGBTI+ people safer and better

By Peter Dlhopolec / December 14, 2019

Ireland’s LGBTI+ Inclusion Strategy comprises four pillars and more than 100 actions. Ireland’s legislation has recognised marriage equality since 2015, but LGBTI+ community is still facing issues that prevent them from thriving, the Irish government claims in its new inclusion strategy. The strategy acknowledges not only a number of structural issues that hinder LGBTI+ people […]


Dive into charity: Christmas day charity swims in Ireland

By Emma Grove / December 11, 2019

Christmas Day charity swims in Ireland are a decades long tradition. After all, what better way to beat the Christmas Eve hangover than diving into charity at one of Ireland’s Annual Christmas Day Swims? Take a dip and feel exhilarated, all while giving back to a good cause (or several). Read more below for details! […]

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