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In defence of public enemy number one

By August 29, 2021No Comments

Aoife Geary reflects on seagulls, biodiversity, and why when it comes to ruffling feathers, we only have ourselves to blame


The past few months have been tense for everyone. One cohort in particular has come under increased criticism. They’ve been vilified for anti-social behaviour on the streets of Dublin;  intimidating people in outdoor dining areas, making noise late into the night, and congregating in large groups with zero regard for social distancing.

Aoife Geary reflects on seagulls, biodiversity, and why when it comes to ruffling feathers, we only have ourselves to blame

The past few months have been tense for everyone. One cohort in particular has come under increased criticism. They’ve been vilified for anti-social behaviour on the streets of Dublin;  intimidating people in outdoor dining areas, making noise late into the night, and congregating in large groups with zero regard for social distancing.

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