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Panasonic G9 Review

The Panasonic G9 is the flagship camera aimed at outdoor and sports photographers. This camera sits alongside the GH5 which was originally for photography however is a favourite among videographers due to its wealth of advanced video features. This is where the G9 comes in with its very advanced photography …

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SAVIA campaign against institutional abuse

SAVIA.Mobile-piece Margaret McGuckin belongs to Survivors and victims of institutional abuse (SAVIA), For the last eleven years SAVIA have been campaigning for recognition and compensation. SAVIA has had recent success with the findings of an inquiry into historical and institutional abuse agreeing that there was systemic abuse in many institutions …

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Bo Burnham’s Make Happy Review

Bo Burnham is an American comedian influenced by the Post-Modernist Movement. His third comedy special, “Make Happy” straddles the line between cynicism and optimism. The Netflix show is as conceited as it is honest. It starts with Burnham waking up in an hotel, alone, in clown make up and follows …

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Politics

Yellow Vest protesters march in Manchester

  By Nick Winchester A group numbering 15 pro-Brexit ‘Yellow Vest’ marchers took to Piccadilly Gardens in Manchester on Saturday, February 9. The group, styled on the movement which has seen protests across France since November last year, sang “Bye-bye EU” and handed out leaflets with a number of demands, …

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Stormont: a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, but do we really need our politicians?

  In August 2018, Northern Ireland set an unwanted record, surpassing Belgium for the world’s longest peacetime period without a working government. This shocked and appalled many, but given the costs involved and what many would perceive as a lack of success when Stormont was up and running, is an …

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Arts

STREAMING KILLED THE CINEMA STAR: ARE STREAMING SERVICES KILLING THE CINEMA?

It’s a rainy Friday night, you walk through the doors, smell the popcorn, grab your tickets and you’re ready to sit back, relax and enjoy the movie you’ve been waiting so long to see. A trip to the cinema has been a social activity since its introduction into modern society …

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Out to vote event aims to engage LGBT* people in the local government elections

Carmen Torres, Belfast 34% percent of users of The Rainbow Project -the largest LGBT association in Northern Ireland- wouldn’t vote in the local government elections. These are results of a survey conducted by the association. Here NI, Cara NI, Transgender NI and The Rainbow project have joined forces in the …

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Rosalia El Mal Querer
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Why El mal querer by Rosalia is a revolutionary masterpiece

Rosalía Vila Tobella, better known as simply Rosalía, is no stranger to the Spanish audience. After the release of Malamente -a powerful mix of flamenco and urban music- the Catalan artist became an instant hit among Spanish youth and a cultural phenomenon.   Given the complicated and fascinating history of …

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A newly dry drinker’s guide to alcohol-free beers

  I’ve been sober for coming up to two months now after having my last drink at some time around 2am on January 1. Asking me a year ago whether I would ever consider taking time off from drinking, or even suggesting ‘Dry January’, would have resulted in an unwavering ‘no’, probably accompanied by …

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Arts

The Art of Textiles

    A mojo feature by Martin O’Neill   Mairead McCormack discusses how she progressed into the textile industry and how specialising in embroidery provided her with opportunities to work in the creative industry, specifically the art sector. She also says that specialising in the textile art field has opened …

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