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WE HAVE COME A LONG WAY, BABY.

The condoms of 1927…a “washable” sheath! OMG eoou. Nicole Buckler discovers that illegal “condoms” were a thing in 1927. And they looked like bicycle tyres. Ouch. Old Moore’s Almanac has

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CHANGE FOR ME, IRELAND!

  Ireland, remember how we had that little chat about you changing for me? Remember, like when I told you that the universe revolved around me? Nicole Buckler tells us

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IF I WAS ENDA, THIS IS WHAT I WOULD CHANGE IN IRISH SCHOOLS

Things That I Want to Change About Irish Schools. Nicole Buckler weighs in with this opinion piece.   1. 1:30/2:30 When junior infants finish school, they have to be picked

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Are Young People Rejecting Rural Ireland?

Beautiful country but…umm…where is everybody? Jonathan Morrissey gives us his thoughts as a young Irish rural dweller. Over the last few years a very sad trend has started to emerge.

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OWE DEAR!

Our favourite psychic gives us a glimpse into the mood of 2015. Spring is making its way here and I am glad to welcome it, as always. As you know