Ireland’s young climate activists are demanding action. School students across the country are to strike today over climate change. Thousands of students will attend protests, coinciding with a global protest in at least 82 countries. The action was sparked by Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg, who staged a strike outside the Swedish parliament last year. Share […]

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“The student who proposed the app said that consent couldn’t be revoked – you couldn’t change your mind.” Some UCD students say they’re angry over a proposal for a consent app. On Monday, students in the college’s School of Computer Science received an email from a fourth year medicine student asking for help in developing […]

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Counties without services, rogue counselling agencies, fatal foetal abnormalities and U.S. anti-abortion groups have all been issues since the enactment of the country’s new abortion laws. It’s been almost nine months since Ireland voted yes to repeal the Eighth Amendment to give people access to legal abortion services for the first time in the history of […]

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“There’s no such thing as a drug-free festival.” Festival-goers at Electric Picnic are being urged not to avoid seeking help while on drugs over fears they could get into trouble with the law. Confidential drug outreach services will be provided at the festival in Co Laois this weekend. Volunteers from the Ana Liffey Drug Project, […]

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