By Ian Casserly “In stage one, we say nothing is going to happen. In stage two, we say something may be going to happen, but we should do nothing about it. In stage three, we say that maybe we should do something about it, but there’s nothing we can do. In stage four we say there was something we could’ve done but it’s too late now.” The above is the transcript of a short … [Read more...] about There is a lack of responsibility among those in power in Ireland
By Katie Barragry It goes without saying that RTÉ’s Reeling in the Years has been a firm family favourite for years. As a country that boasts such a rich heritage, it’s hardly surprising that Ireland would pass up the opportunity to relive history through this weekly nostalgic documentary. While it reflects on years gone by, viewers find themselves enthralled in memories … [Read more...] about Reeling in the Years – Captivating a sense of nostalgic bliss
By Darren Casserly It has been a year to forget for most people in the pandemic with very little lockdown measures lifted in that time. Now that there is an end in sight with vaccination numbers beginning to climb you can’t help but wonder, will this summer be different? Most Irish … [Read more...] about What will this summer look like?
By Clions Ní Laoi I’d like to pose a question of how sustainable equestrian sports are going forward? PETA (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) does not stand with equestrian sport. They state “horses deserve to live their lives as nature intended. We can connect with horses in our care and have a meaningful and mutually beneficial relationship with these sensitive … [Read more...] about Has Equestrian Sport run its race?
By Darren Casserly Opinion Editor There is a saying that every generation thinks the next one is the worst ever, and it remains very true to this day. If you were to go by the description on Twitter, you’d think that the world was a perfect utopia before we came along. You’d think that young people caused the housing crisis, we’re too stupid to save money to buy a house, … [Read more...] about Students are always the first to be blamed in this pandemic and it’s unfair.