• Coleraine’s Musician Album is a Forerunner for BBC Folk Award

    Damien O’Kane, a native of Coleraine, Ireland is riding high on success these days. In recent news, the musician has risen to fame as his second solo album “REAS of High Traffic” has been nominated in the category of Best album at the BBC Radio 2 Folk awards. As a matter of fact, Damien O’Kane […]

  • Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied

    The saying “Justice delayed is justice denied” is a legal dictum signifying that when legal redress is available to a person who has suffered some kind of injury but does not get it in time it is as bad as not receiving any redress at all. This theory remains the core of the right of […]

  • Trying to Break Free from the Telly Habit

    Television can truly be extremely addictive, and it is tough to motivate oneself to break free from the constant attraction towards the television screen. But let’s face it, television is monotonous and unhealthy. In this world, most people watch television at least once a day. A person on average ends up spending ten to twelve […]

  • L.V Gaal humbly accepts scathing remarks on United

    The football club Manchester United has been having a tough time lately as it lost multiple matches in recent years. It is only natural that the coach Louis Van Gaal has been bombarded with scathing remarks for the team’s poor performance. However, instead of retaliating in defence, the coach is rather humbly accepting the mistakes […]

  • Finishing Strongly is What it Takes to Win Any Team Sport

    In the beginning of any game, event, project, or program there is a sense of newness and freshness. New hopes and opportunities lie before our eyes, giving us new dreams. This hope in particular is capable of lifting our spirits and making us feel like we can achieve the achievable. If one can keep that […]