30th May 2017
by Viktoria Mladenovski The Project Arts Centre in Dublin hosted Caroline Doolin’s video installation Fault Bound Bodies from the 10th...
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23rd May 2017
by Paula Smith Although not the first terror attack to hit our nation, the Manchester attack is particularly hard hitting...
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10th May 2017
by Dr Max Volino Overlooked For Healing and Restoring Mental Health Patients with neurological and psychological conditions are forced to...
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6th May 2017
by Carine Belmont In France, the fighting is fierce and this is not the one you could think. The fight...
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4th May 2017
by Andrew Jamieson WARNING: Mild spoilers ahead… May 12th sees the release of director Ridley Scott’s Alien: Covenant, his return...
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29th April 2017
by Stephanie Vivarini The Venezuelan people finally woke up, the "chavismo" doesn’t have allied party in other countries and the...
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28th April 2017
by Jim Taylor Is it churlish to complain about something being consistently entertaining, or can that same consistency also breed...
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28th April 2017
by Caroline Malcolm-Boulton Roll up, roll up! The Big Kid Circus is currently touring Scotland and their show is indeed...
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20th April 2017
by Mireia Prats Sometimes I wonder if we are losing our ability to wait. At least, to wait patiently. New...
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11th April 2017
by Rupert Wolfe Murray 05:30 – Alarm goes off and Magnus gets up. Quick wash but no time for breakfast....
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9th April 2017
by Peter Callaghan Amsterdam has many nicknames. Venice of the North: due to it's elaborate canal system. Mokum: a Hebrew...
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9th April 2017
by Birgit Winkler What do you associate with the 9th November of 1989 first? The fact that the Cold War...
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