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Something On My Mind, the new single of Irish musician Dunluvly

By Tami Pereira / November 3, 2020

Dunluvly is probably one of the best emerging Irish artists of the moment. After releasing Too Late, he’s back. Something On My Mind is the second release off of Dunluvly’s upcoming EP, “Plethora” and it is so catchy that even your relatives or roommates will want to listen to it just so you shut your […]


All you need to know about Irish visa renewal in 2020

By Alpona / November 3, 2020

Are you among those who have been left infuriated with the Irish visa renewal procedures after spending long hours on the online INIS website and eventually have to courier your documents to the Burgh Quay centre if you’re in Dublin? Well then, you’re not alone in what seems to be like a never-ending exhausting battle […]


Wild Tibetan Monks release Guitar-Driven Single, Cartoons

By Tami Pereira / October 30, 2020

Sean (bass, vocals), Ringo (guitar) and Liam (drums) are the members of Wild Tibetan Monks (WTM), a three-piece Dublin-based alternative-rock band. After releasing their debut single Liam five months ago, they are back to delight us with this guitar-driven single, Cartoons. There’s not much of a story behind the controversial band name; at least that’s […]


Chasing the elusive — how to get a good night’s sleep

By Yishi Chakrabarty / October 19, 2020

Sleep has become elusive to a lot of us over the last decade or two. According to Ireland’s ‘Biggest-ever sleep survey’ carried out by The Natural Sleep Company, a whopping 66% of respondents who, even after getting the recommended 6-8 hours of sleep every night, rate their sleep quality as average or poor. While experts […]


IFTAs 2020: winners and nominees full list

By Tami Pereira / October 19, 2020

Are you a movie or TV series lover? Last night, the 16th Irish Film & Television Academy Awards (IFTA) took place online as a ‘virtual ceremony’ on the Virgin Media One site. Keep reading to check out the IFTAs 2020 full list of winners and nominees! The nominations for the IFTAs were announced by the […]


Working and Getting into the TV industry with Laura Enright

By Emily Booth / August 30, 2020

Laura Enright got her first break into the TV industry when she auditioned for The Voice of Ireland. If you yourself are Irish, there is a high chance her name will ring a bell, as she finished the competition a quarter-finalist, and the nations favorite.  Now five years on and halfway round the world, she […]


East Belfast ready to celebrate the Eastside Arts Festival

By Diarmuid Sherry / August 6, 2020

The Eastside Arts Festival kicks off today (Thursday August 6) with plenty of cultural and musical events designed to showcase the musical talents and artistic culture in East Belfast. Over 80 events are planned during the ten-day festival, and organisers hope that there is something for everyone included. “Moments of Joy” is the theme for […]


A “Munster” Run For Tallaght Rugby Club

By Diarmuid Sherry / July 28, 2020

It will be “From Thomond to Tallaght” for the players of Tallaght Rugby Football Club, who are running nearly 200km in a relay run from Thomond Park in Limerick all the way home to the Tallaght RFC Headquarter  in the name of raising money and awareness for charity. The event, which begins at the home […]


#icantbreathe: Race Relations in Ireland

By Sumi Nadarajah / June 18, 2020

Sumi Nadarajah shares her perspectives on racial issues in Ireland in relation to the BlackLivesMatter movement in her opinion piece. 2020 has seen COVID-19 causing global chaos. Economies crippled in a matter of weeks, families torn apart by travel restrictions, the elderly and vulnerable terrorised by an unseen and vicious killer. The one universally known […]

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