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Trainers are the shoes of the season

By admin / September 9, 2015

The European Week of Sport is being celebrated in 31 countries across Europe, Ireland has the largest number of activities. 1.7 million Irish adults currently practice sport regularly and to increase this number Ireland hosts until Sunday the European Week of Sport which aims to promote physical activity across Europe. With a focus on base […]

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James Bond has a new track for his adventures and Sam Smith will perform it.

By admin / September 8, 2015

The song will be available on September 25th. After rumours, the English singer confirmed that he is going to be the voice of the title track for “Spectre”.  ‘Writing’s On The Wall’ has been recorded and co-written by Sam Smith who said that this experience making the song was “one of the highlights of [his]career.” […]

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Dublin is the capital of glamour and style this week

By admin / September 8, 2015

Dublin Fashion Week takes place until next Sunday in the city centre Over the last few years Dublin has become synonymous with fashion and style. Just walk around at Grafton St and Henry St to see an exciting mix of retail options, from designer and high street to vintage. During the next week this passion […]

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The First Grandmaster of the Knights Templar

By admin / September 1, 2015

The Poor Knights of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon or otherwise known as the Knights Templar are a military order. They were created during the time of the Crusades. Originally the military were founded to protect Christian pilgrims travelling to the Holy Land. The order acquired greater military duties during the 12th century. […]

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Going back to class, going back to foreign cultures

By admin / August 21, 2015

Almost 45,000 non-national students went to Irish second-level schools last year. After a whole summer enjoying the holidays, it is time for students to go back to school. And studying in an Irish school can mean doing an exchange without leaving home. One in eight students attending Ireland’s second-level schools last year were born overseas, […]

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Upcoming Irish animated movie has a new, famous executive producer.

By admin / August 18, 2015

Angelina Jolie joined the team who is producing a film which tells the story of a young girl from Afghanistan, who disguises herself as a boy to sustain the family after her father is unfairly imprisoned. The Breadwinner is in pre-production and due for completion in early 2017. The actress, who is known for engaging […]

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Dublin Comic Con

By admin / August 10, 2015

Last weekend people all over Ireland visited Dublin to attend this years Dublin Comic Con. There were many things to see and do there over the Saturday and Sunday.   The convention was held at the Convention Centre Dublin, close to the O2 Arena. Many were dressed as their favourite comic book or anime characters. […]

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Opportunity for amateur fashion photographers

By admin / August 7, 2015

September is the month of Fashion in Ireland. Dublin Fashion Festival runs from 7th – 13th September and promises a week-long celebration that brings a fashion festival to the streets of Dublin. This year Canon Ireland is the official camera partner to the Festival. To celebrate this partnership, the company is promoting a fashion photographer […]

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MY FAR AWAY FROM HOME

By Bertha Chafulumira / July 31, 2015

  They say, ‘East or west home is best’. Indeed living far away from home can be quite enjoyable, appealing and interesting but at the same time there are other experiences that make me miss being back home. All these experiences, good and bad make one open to new things, learn other important life lessons […]

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