Compass Club Programme of Forest Adventure, Make Your Child Turn Off Their Nintendo DS

Many children are crazy about Nintendo DS or iPad, however, it’s harmful to play it in such a long time. Why don’t we bring our children for outside camping? With an increasing awareness of ‘stranger danger’ and the ever-growing relevance of technology to everyday life, parents could be forgiven for believing that their kids are […]

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Amazing Experience : Rosita Boland of Inexplicable, Ghastly Deaths in Cavan

Let’s read this experience. At 4pm today requiem Mass will be held for all five members of the Hawe family at St Mary’s Church in Castlerahan, Co Cavan. If life had continued as normal Clodagh Hawe and her eldest son, Liam, would have been at the church on Sunday morning, reading at 9am Mass. Normality […]

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Irishwoman’s Diary : Colorado’s Pursuit of Hoppiness in a Stoned Utopia

This diary is written by a Irishwoman. Utopia, your name is Colorado! At nosebleed altitudes, rampant outdoorsiness rules. Hawks and migrating pelicans make it a birding paradise. From hikes to beer, bongs and bikes, it’s created for pursuit of happiness. Also hoppiness, insist inhabitants. And hippiness? Further gilding the state’s beer-soaked reputation as the Napa […]

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Scouts assist asylum-seekers adapt to life in Ireland

About 20 children seeking asylum in Ireland, who recently arrived in the country without their parents, were there to take part in an special Scouting Ireland access programme. They have heard the stories of conflict and seen the images of unrest on TV. But on a campsite in the Dublin mountains yesterday, a group of […]

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