Dublin

‘I will be able to live my life’
Leslie Mkoko left his life as a chemical engineer in Swaziland to find freedom in Ireland. But if he knew the life that was waiting for him in Dublin, he never would have gone.
http://www.metroeireann.com/news/861/i-will-be-able-to-live-my-life.html

Young runner on track for a bright future in athletics
– John Ikpotokin is helping lead the way toward a “New Ireland,” and he’s only 12.
http://www.metroeireann.com/news/907/young-runner-is-on-track-for-a-bright-future-in-athletics.html


Jordan Hoang was selected to represent Ireland in the triple jump at the European Championships for athletics this year. But first he has to finish secondary school.

http://www.metroeireann.com/news/903/jordans-hop-skip-and-jump-into-the-record-books.html

Being the first woman to win a gold medal in track and field at any age at the European level? Just another day on the track.
http://www.metroeireann.com/news/941/irelands-100m-success-is-just-another-day-on-the-track-for-gina.html

The World at Home: Rainbows only come after rain 
http://www.metroeireann.com/news/953/the-world-at-home-rainbows-only-come-after-rain.html

How Eunice Abe’s passion for fashion set her on the right course for success
http://www.metroeireann.com/news/912/my-style-reflects-my-personality.html

Dublin protest unites Islam and world for solidarity with Palestine – while linking Israel with terror
http://www.metroeireann.com/news/886/dublin-protest-unites-islam-and-world-for-solidarity-with-palestine-while-linking-israel-with-terror.html