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LÉ Róisín Brings 200 'Comfort Teddies' Knitted by Cork Mothers' Union on its Humanitarian Mission to the Mediterranean

The Irish Naval ship, LÉ Róisín, has left the Irish Naval Base at Haulbowline in Cork Harbour and is heading to the Mediterranean on a three-month humanitarian mission to aid migrants fleeing Syria, as well as other Middle Eastern and African countries.   130 more words


Motivation and Medicine 

Why medicine? Why do you want to be a doctor? What motivated you to want to be a doctor? This question has many avatars. I get asked this question by friends and relatives a lot and my answer can vary day-to-day depending on my recent experiences of studying medicine or even my mood. 1,599 more words


Walking In Parade for Animals In Need

On Saint Patrick’s Day I walked in the Parade in Donegal Town to raise money and awareness for Animals In Need. I walked along with the animal fosterer and my family who also help out with the animals. 114 more words

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Special Olympics

On Friday 22nd April it was World Day. I volunteered to collect money at the roundabout at the bottom of Ballyshannon for the Special Olympics Swimming Division. 95 more words

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The road less travelled

The best year of my life so far, without a doubt, would be my gap year. It was a year that changed me enormously, for the better, and I’ll never forget that time in my life. 1,058 more words


Saturday Stage Curtains

How do English Class teachers spend their free time? More often than not they can be found doing something related to school. Last Saturday was no exception when five English Class teachers donated their free time to cutting and sewing stage curtains for future English Class productions. 100 more words

Education In Pori, Finland

magical menstrual tour ~ the red school interview

I caught up with my teachers Alexandra and Sjanie of Red School who asked me some questions about what makes a menstrual pilgrim go out there on the road… 537 more words