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#Colum

# colum - Tuesday 8 July, 2014

From The42 Andrew Trimble on scaling Machu Picchu, setting up a hometown gym and multi-coloured fixies Interview

Andrew Trimble on scaling Machu Picchu, setting up a hometown gym and multi-coloured fixies

The winger is determined to follow up on a superb 2013/14 season and is thriving in life away from the rugby field.

# colum - Tuesday 20 May, 2014

Column: 'Africa is not a single country, many countries and cultures make up the continent'

Africa Day celebrations are taking place nationwide this week. Here, writer and broadcaster Carol Azams writes about her life in Ireland.

# colum - Saturday 18 January, 2014

Column: 8 Financial Rules of Thumb

No two people are the same, so what’s right for one person may not be for you. However, there are some financial rules of thumb that can help to steer you in the right direction, writes Liam Croke.

# colum - Monday 7 October, 2013

Column: Improve your prospects of getting a job in Ireland’s digital sector

Ireland’s vibrant tech scene offers young Irish people a wealth of opportunities. Stephen McIntyre – Twitter’s Head of Sales/Operations for Europe, Middle East and Africa – shares some industry tips.

# colum - Monday 2 September, 2013

Column: ‘A tragedy of the very poor’ – Remembering the 1913 Church Street disaster

On this day in 1913, two tenement buildings collapsed without warning on the horrifically overcrowded Church Street in Dublin, leading to the deaths of residents who had been living in “perfectly hellish” conditions, writes James Curry.

# colum - Sunday 15 May, 2011

What have the Brits ever done for us?

Ahead of Queen Elizabeth’s upcoming visit to Ireland, Eleanor Fitzsimons asks questions about Ireland’s past, our sense of identity and our complex relationship with our closest neighbour.