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Changing the way we talk about the climate are introducing new style guidelines for the way we talk about the climate crisis

Instagram expand their ‘hidden’ likes feature to Ireland Irish Instagram users will no longer be able to see how many likes an image posted by another user has

Gay Men's Health Service, Baggot Street is moving location Clinic will reopen on the 12th of August on Heytesbury Street, Dublin 8 Self Harm Campaign Starting conversations, sharing stories, finding support

MRCI survey highlights issues faced by undocumented young people in Ireland Out of the 185 undocumented children and young people surveyed, 68% were born in Ireland

Reduce the risk if you decide to take drugs this festival season Avoid mixing drugs, try and stay cool and hydrated and don't be afraid to ask for help

Protecting the rights of young people in the Mental Health Act Mental Health Reform have launched a campaign calling on the government to address the gaps in the Mental Health Act 2001 launches Have Better Sex campaign's campaign on understanding consent, safer sex & healthier relationships

Half of young adults are targeted by fraud scams each month A survey by FraudSMART has revealed that an average of €228 is lost to scammers among 18-24-year olds

Counselling association offers exam advice to students The Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy chair urges students to “mind their mental health in the face of exams”

Electing a Mayor: What voters in Cork, Limerick and Waterford are being asked to decide On 24 May 2019, voters in Cork city, Limerick and Waterford will decide if they want a directly elected Mayor

Divorce referendum: What are we voting on? Learn more about what we are being asked to vote on in the upcoming Divorce referendum in Ireland