So, what’s the sitch-ee-ation with Norn Iron? (It’s okay, my mother is from the North so I can imitate the accent). In light of Martin McGuinness’ death, I though it worth writing a post about Northern Ireland, or “the North”, as I have grown up calling it. A bit of a warning for the keyboard … More The Northern Ireland Question
A worry that always crosses my mind is how I will find work after I finish up my degree. Many argue that journalism is a dying profession. This is due to numerous reasons, such as the rise of the internet, falling readership of print media, and citizen journalists. But is there hope for us yet? … More The future of journalism
I am taking a break from intense scrutiny of serious political issues for this week, how unlike me! I decided to write a blog post on relationships, as now that I am getting older (why God, why?) it seems like everyone I know is slowly but surely getting into a relationship. This isn’t a bad … More What makes a good relationship?
The eighth amendment is a result of a hard-fought referendum campaign in 1983, which gave an unborn child the right to life, therefore constitutionally banning abortion. The topic of repealing the eighth has been dominating the Irish news for the past few months. It is a controversial subject, with both sides having very different ideologies … More Should we repeal the Eighth Amendment?