When considering the ongoing debate around the right to terminate a potentially harmful or in some cases lethal pregnancy it's important to have the relevant and correct statistics and data close to hand. This feature will attempt to guide readers through these statistics through representations of data including bar charts, pie charts, continuous variable charts … Continue reading Travelling for Abortion in the New Millenium
Between 2000 and 2012 Ireland was known throughout the EU and the wider global community for its high number of road accidents especially those that ended in fatalities. Often cited as something the government needed to desperately improve on due to EU imposed fines and regulations road fatalities were seen as a crisis equivalent to … Continue reading Road Fatalities in the New Millennium: What we Know.
In a deal that will have investment bankers foaming at the mouth Disney announced this morning that the company has purchased the vast majority of media company 21st Century Fox's assets for a staggering $54.4 billion. Including the movie and TV studios 20th Century Fox, FX Networks, 22 sports networks and Fox's stakes in Sky … Continue reading X-Man Down: What does Disney’s merger with Fox mean for movies?
Rachel O'Neill is the current editor of the College Tribune in University College Dublin. She has written for Her.ie on issues ranging from sexual harassment to legal abortion measures as well as appearing on the Tubridy Show on RTÉ Radio 1 as well as various panels discussing everything from abortion to medicinal cannabis. In the … Continue reading Media Tribunal: College Tribune Editor Rachel O’Neill talks about impeachment campaign.
Republican candidate Roy Moore has lost the US Senate seat to Democratic nominee Doug Jones in Alabama in a major blow to President Trump. Mr Jones, a 63-year old Alabama lawyer, became the first Democrat to win a Senate seat in Alabama in more than 25 years. His victory was widely seen as a reflection on the Trump … Continue reading Alabama’s judgement: Roy Moore loses election.
The Game Awards are an annual event held in Los Angeles. Hosted by the event's creator Geoff Keighley the ceremony features announcements, trailers and awards. The awards are live streamed globally from America to China to Ireland every year. The 2016 ceremony had a viewership of 3.8 million at its peak as well as special … Continue reading Game Awards: Liveblog
"There's some bang off this place," said my friend upon exiting Centraal Station onto Dam Square. He wasn't wrong. From our water-damaged hostel to early morning bakeries to the crowded coffee shops Amsterdam has a lot to offer the olfactory nerves. Still there are more than just odors in the capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam … Continue reading Amsterdam: City of Smells