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A League on Lockdown

League of Ireland clubs, which often suffer financial woes in normal times, are plotting an uncertain future amid football's ongoing shutdown.
By Fiachra Gallagher
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Gaming Gladiators

IEM Katowice is a multimillion-euro Esports competition – a game with fans all over the world. This year, it took place behind closed doors.
By Alex Connolly
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A New Political Geography?

George Galloway has never shied away from the spotlight. Now, the firebrand politician has founded a new party – which he hopes will rejuvenate class-based politics.
By Patrick O'Donoghue
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Pandemic at the Disco: DJ Culture is Spreading Like a Virus. We Must Resist

Eliana Jordan on why DJ culture is an affliction impossible to escape – and why techno is its ugliest manifestation.
By Eliana Jordan
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Yellow Vests and Unrest in the Home of Protest

After spending the first semester of this year on Erasmus in Paris, Ross Malervy reports back on a city in a state of perpetual volatility.
By Ross Malervy
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The Dublin Activists Making the Environment a Feminist Issue

Dublin's Ecofeminists say their cause can mean different things to different people – and are keen to attract activists of all stripes.
By Caoimhe Molloy
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Catherine Corless: Unearthing One of the Church’s Darkest Secrets

In 2014, Catherine Corless discovered a mass grave in Tuam, rocking the nation. Here she tells her story.
By Catherine Corless
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A Thinning Green Line

Ireland's army has been in decline for years. Now, forces close to the military are scrambling for a political foothold.
By Cormac Watson
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David Norris: Raising the Flag for Gay Rights

The Senator on the fight in the 1970s to put the LGBTQ+ cause on the civil rights agenda.
By David Norris
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The ‘Dementia Village’ of the Netherlands

Hogeweyk is a village that aims to offer independence and normality to dementia patients. Supporters say it's a model for society – but critics compare it to the Truman Show.
By Molly Furey