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The History of the Irish Wolfhound

By Felix Vanden Borre / May 31, 2021

The Irish Wolfhound is an emblem of Irish culture and native Irish fauna. It is, on average, the biggest dog breed in the world, with males standing at roughly 32-34 inches at the shoulder, which makes them bigger than Great Danes and the like. Their enormous stature and hunting prowess made them popular across Eurasia, […]

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Denise Chaila: The future of Irish Rap

By Sean Barrett / May 11, 2021

Denise Chaila is a Limerick-based Zambian-Irish rapper, musician, and hip hop artist. In 2019 and 2020, she took centre stage, enthralling the country with her upbeat songs, sharp lyrics, and bold attitude. Chaila reflects a new era of Irish rap, with her bouncy rhythms and distinct backing vocals in addition to her Zambian musical form. […]

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5 Market Trends to keep an eye on for 2021

By Marina Barboza / April 13, 2021

2020 was an atypical and challenging year for the business world. Therefore, the expectations that arise with the arrival of a new year are even higher in 2021. Market trends are a valuable object of study, because they are directly related to the movement of money in the economy. Monitoring market trends is very important, […]

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Tour guide jobs alleviate homelessness in Dublin

By Emma Monaghan / March 15, 2021

My Streets Ireland, an innovative social enterprise that employs homeless (and formerly homeless) people, has had to cancel much of its work due to the ongoing pandemic.  Rock Against Homelessness Housing Crisis Drives Homelessness Higher Aiming to empower people affected by homelessness, My Streets has gained international recognition from New Zealand to Canada, and has […]

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5 foods that affect your sex life

By Welile Gina / February 27, 2021

Food has been identified as one of the big factors that affect your sex life. It can either increase or decrease your performance when it comes to sex. This article will discuss the  5 foods that affect your sex life, either negatively or positively.   When we think of food or a good diet, we […]

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The Loneliness Of Migration And The Struggle To Integrate

By Welile Gina / February 5, 2021

“Loneliness provides no warning to an immigrant,” says Jonathan Dreannan in his article on the Irish Times. All foreigners know this feeling all too well; it does not matter if you migrated with your friends, family, or by yourself – the feeling is the same across all migrant demographics. When we calculate these challenges of […]

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Babylon Webinar

By Iftikhar Ahmad / October 5, 2020

LIVE WEBINARFORINTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 05 Days 00 Hours 26 Minutes 15 Seconds TOPICSDiscussion about crucial things to do for students.(GNIB, PPS, bank account and finding work)Step by step guide to finding accommodation and things to do. BOOK MY SEAT

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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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