Category: "Motley Current Affairs"

Cancun Climate conference was a missed opportunity

Sean Roberti.
The outcome of the recent UN climate change conference, in Cancun, Mexico, was a disappointing one.

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FF Auditor’s apology should be welcomed

FF Auditor’s apology should be welcomed

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Church structures facilitated abuse of power

Luke Dineen

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End of civil war politics could pave way for true left-right divide

The results of our General Election suggest that the end may be nigh for civil war politics in Ireland, but only time will tell, writes Sarah Slevin.

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Honan in on student issues

Current Affairs Editor Adam Dinan talks to Students’ Union President elect Ben Honan

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Women’s Aid launch youth violence awareness campaign

Audrey Ellard Walsh

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Brain drain is not the end

Seán O’Connell finds reason to be hopeful about Ireland’s future economy, as research and technology remain strong.

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Psychology Ball courts controversy with Split Personality theme.

The UCC Psychology Society has recently come under criticism for the theme of their end-of-the-year ball, the “Split Personality” Psychology Ball.

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Pubs are losing out because of service, not price

Ultan Connolly envisages how we might re-structure the Irish alcohol industry to make bars a more attractive prospect for a night out.

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The more things change, the more they stay the same…

Student politics goes into overdrive for the next few months, as election fever takes hold. Luke P. Field gives us a rundown of what to expect.

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