MOJO, meaning mobile journalism, is a new buzzword that is becoming increasingly popular with those who work online and in traditional media but what does it mean and more importantly, how does one become a mobile journalist?
In 2016, how do women view legacy and how do they aspire to mould Ireland’s future and the lives of those around us? 16 women tell their story.
Interested in how a woman’s body changes as she holds a handbag, fashion graduate Andrew Bell created ‘Pulling Strings’ – an extraordinary fashion exhibition housed in Dublin’s Steambox Gallery.
This May, Benefit Cosmetics are aiming to donate over $4million dollars to local and international charities. In Ireland, homelessness and cancer patients will be supported. Want to get involved? Find out here.
Author of ‘Only Ever Yours’ and the Irish Book of the Year, ‘Asking For It’, Louise O’Neill discusses the importance of female friendship and her definition of success.
“Many stories matter. Stories have been used to dispossess and to malign. But stories can also be used to empower, and to humanize.” A look back at the books, articles and tweets which impacted me most this year.
In the midst of promoting Brooklyn, actress Saoirse Ronan discusses honesty, being a woman in Hollywood and female friendships.
October is Dwarfism Awareness Month. I love being a little person, it doesn't define me but it has shaped my…
Last week, some relatives visited Dublin. They make it an annual affair, not just to see their nephews and nieces…
Wexford-born Central Saint Martins graduate Richard Malone, discusses his code of ethics, the treatment of women in fashion and interning at Louis Vuitton with Sinéad Burke