This week’s edition sees host Leo McGuinn joined by regulars Shane O’Brien, Sean Meehan, Scott Howe and Daniel Osborne to look over Ireland’s play-off failure, Tony Pulis’ sacking and the seemingly unstoppable Manchester City, as well as looking at the insipid Irish rugby display against Fiji.
Cara Croke and Conor Shields headed along to the Tola Vintage Kilo sale to see what bargains were up for grabs
More than 15,000 people in the Irish labour force over the age of 15 have had no formal education, according to the 2016 census. 12,827 of these are Irish Nationals, which equates to 84% of the total figure. Of those who have had ‘no formal education’ (meaning that they never completed Primary School) the top
An amendment to the Adoption Act 2017 now recognises foster children, who were born to married parents, as eligible for adoption. The new legislation, which was implemented in mid-October, opens a new door for children in foster care to be adopted. Before this, they were not permitted to be adopted, even if they had spent
The annual Dublin Christmas lighting ceremony took place last Sunday on O’Connell Street, but not everything went to plan. Thousands of excited children, adults and grandparents lined the streets of Dublin to watch two festive parades, while hundreds more clustered around the forty-foot tree in the centre of O’Connell Street. This is the first time
Dublin City Council’s proposed redevelopment of Dalymount Park is currently in the process of procuring a consultant to appraise the redevelopment project. Following a Freedom of Information request, Dublin City Council Administrative Officer Jackie O’Reilly has said that the appraisal will “examine all aspects of the project and will guide Dublin City Council on the