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Is the party over for under-25s at Airbnb?

By Niall Ó Brolcháin / August 26, 2020

The party may be over for under-25s at Airbnb properties.  The company announced the trial restrictions in an effort to cut down on rowdy parties and the spread of coronavirus. Initial plans Initially, Airbnb is planning to introduce the measures it has already implemented in the US and Canada in the UK, Spain and France.   […]

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How to move to a new home without stress

By Kamila Mushkina / August 12, 2020

Everyone who has ever moved to a new home knows it’s never easy. It causes a lot of stress and requires time, energy and money. Do you want to learn how to pack and move without stress? Then keep reading. Start early Seriously. Of course, you’re busy at work and tired, and besides, you might […]

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Housing Market in Ireland During and Post Covid-19 

By Kamila Mushkina / August 3, 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge economic impact in all sectors including the housing market in Ireland. But what exactly has the pandemic brought? How is the housing market in Ireland doing right now? Let’s find out the answers to all these questions! Drop during lockdown Well, there was little chance that Covid-19 wouldn’t […]

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How to transform your rented apartment and make it more homely

By Kamila Mushkina / July 1, 2020

Do you know the feeling when your rented apartment doesn’t feel like home? Perhaps it’s because people don’t think it’s worth the effort to decorate a short-term rented apartment. However, you don’t have to make a great renovation, as there are some simple ideas that will help you turn your apartment into your dream place […]

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#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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Top 5 Events 28th of November in Dublin

By admin / November 28, 2019

Top 5 Events 28th of November in Dublin The weekend is almost here! In the meantime, here’s our Top 5 Events of the day in Dublin for you to enjoy this Thursday. Careerist (+Shrug Life and Handsome Eric) Belfast indie-rock outfit Careerist (fka Hot Cops) return with their highly-anticipated debut album “Weird Hill” via Dundalk’s […]

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20 Theatres in Ireland

By Jacqueline Russe / November 22, 2019

Ireland’s live entertainment scene is one of the biggest and most vibrant in Europe. Not only are there pubs and bars playing live music around every corner, but there are also grand Opera Houses, Concert Halls and Theatres that feature bands or plays by famous screenwriters. These incredible theatres can be found all over the […]

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How many of these Irish lighthouses have you been to?

By Leora Mansoor / November 21, 2019

The Great Lighthouses of Ireland is a celebration of some the most beautiful Irish lighthouses. Discover their incredible histories, protected secrets and maybe even spend a night or two within their wind-battered walls… No, it is not clickbait, they are actually called the Great Lighthouses of Ireland and they truly are great. There are twelve […]

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Ten Inspirational Irish Women

By Leora Mansoor / November 13, 2019

There are some pretty fantastic, inspirational women out there, but what about fantastic, inspirational Irish women? When was the last time we paid tribute to the heroines of our Emerald Isle, both here and passed? The women who contributed to our society through their art, music, food and more. The role models setting records against […]

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10 Parks in Dublin

By Jacqueline Russe / November 8, 2019

The island of Ireland is also often called the “Emerald Isle”. You can easily see why the moment you set foot on Irish soil. Many green spaces can be found all over the island, especially in all the stunning parks and gardens. Dublin in particular possesses an astounding number of big and small parks scattered […]

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