A recipe from Irish Times food columnist Donal Skehan’s new book, Live. Eat. Go. which is published on October 20th.
An automatic, petrol, estate car goes against everything that's popular in the current Irish car market, so is the Subaru Levorg capable of changing people's preferences? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
We take a quick look inside the 2016 Dublin Championship Cat Show at The RDS. Cats competed for a variety of prizes. Video: Ronan McGreevy
Gary Hunt wrapped up his record sixth title at the 2016 Cliff Diving World Series event in Shirahama, Japan on Sunday (October 16). The British diver clinched the championship with a third-place finish at the 28 metre high Sandanbeki cliffs.
Goblusk House, a Georgian-style estate on the shores of Lough Erne, goes on the market with an asking price of €2.17 million. Video: Knight Frank
With the top of the range model costing less than €20,000 does the Dacia Duster represent the 'pinnacle of vehicle affordability'? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Irish college students talk about sexual assault, rape and their thoughts on campus culture and consent. Video: Kathleen Harris
Can the new Volkswagen Tiguan satisfy the Irish consumer's insatiable appetite for SUVs? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Andrew Heron, one half of Heron and Grey in Dublin's Blackrock, gives his reaction after Heron and Grey was awarded a Michelin star. Video: Meggie Morris
Brookfield Mews is a development of four, 4 bedroom luxurious family homes in Blackrock, Co. Dublin. Designed by Edmondson Architects they are for sale through Knight Frank.
49 North Great George’s Street Dublin owned by the actor/ businessman Gary Whelan and his wife, designer Gabbie Whelan is for sale through Sherry Fitzgerald for €2.25 million. Video: Bryan O'Brien
As buyers flock to purchase SUVs, is there a place in the market for MPVs? We take the Renault Grand Scenic out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Fintan O'Toole talks to Patrick Freyne about what it is to be man and how feminism played a crucial role in his own formation.
In this interview from 2013, Daráine Mulvihill talks about losing her legs to meningococcal septicaemia and how this has affected her life. Video: Meningitis Research Foundation
Peter McVerry the Jesuit priest known for his work with the homeless, vulnerable young people and drug users in Dublin over the last 40 years, speaks to Patrick Freyne about masculinity. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Independent TD Stephen Donnelly talks to Patrick Freyne about what it is to be man . Video: Bryan O'Brien
The comedian Al Porter talks to Patrick Freyne about masculinity, male role models and more. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Bressie aka Niall Breslin, musician, TV celebrity, former Westmeath Gaelic footballer and Leinster Rugby player talks to Patrick Freyne about being a man. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Radio and television broadcaster Matt Cooper speaks to Patrick Freyne about masculinity and his own life experiences of it.
Timelapse footage shows how a revised miminum sized two-bed apartment may look. Video: TBWA
‘Rian' is a two-year-old golden retriever that brings comfort and distraction to patients, families and staff at Our Lady's Hospice in Harolds Cross, Dublin. Video: Bryan O'Brien
With 2016 representing an important year for Alfa Romeo, could the Giulietta be the car to kick start a revolution? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
A Dublin penthouse, located on Forbes Quay, has gone on the market through Owen Reilly auctioneer for €1.4m. Video: Owen Reilly Property Consultants
Blackrock House, formerly the Ursuline Convent, is a development of 27 luxury apartments located just three kilometres from Cork city centre. Video: Lisney
Known to play host to the likes of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton in the past, the Bray Head Hotel has gone on the market for a guide price of €1.8m. Video: Lisney
As the whole world goes SUV crazy, can the Kia Optima Sportswagon make the Irish market fall in love with estate cars? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Acid attack survivor Reshma Quereshi takes to the catwalk of FTL Moda during New York Fashion Week hoping to inspire other survivors and to redefine beauty.
Harristown Demesne in Co. Kildare is set on 750 acres and just 40 minutes from Dublin. Once home to the founding shareholders of the Bank of Ireland the La Touche family the house now goes on the market for €25 million. Madeline Lyons reports.
In use since 1978, Dublin's Central Bank has been put up for sale. The tower, two interlinked blocks as well as two further adjoining buildings are expected to make around €65 million. Video: Lisney
Can the latest version of the Toyota HiLux live up to its rugged and indestructible reputation? We take it out on the roads of both Ireland and Iceland to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
With SUVs and hybrids dominating the current car market can Toyota successfully tick both boxes with the Toyota Rav4 Hybrid Luna Sport? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Carol Barron, a professor of nursing at DCU, describes a number of Irish folk cures detailed in manuscripts written by some 100,000 schoolchildren from across Ireland in 1937 and 1938. The manuscripts are part of UCD's National Folklore Collection.
If you sit for a living, maintaining correct posture can help you avoid back pain. Physiotherapist Aidan Woods from Pearse Street Physiotherapy shows you how.
Physiotherapist Aidan Woods from Pearse Street Physiotherapy demonstrates simple, gentle exercises you can do at your desk to help reduce back and neck pain.
If you sit for a living, there are simple, gentle exercises you can do at your desk to help reduce back pain. Physiotherapist Aidan Woods from Pearse Street Physiotherapy demonstrates exercises for your arms and legs.
As part of a series of exercises you can do to reduce back pain, physiotherapist Aidan Woods from Pearse Street Physiotherapy demonstrates a breathing exercise to help reduce stress.
From over 30,000 enteries here's two of the winning shops of this year's Irish Times Best Shop 2016 competition. Video: Stewart Lambert
Debbie Mullett and Deirdre Ward, hairdressers in Bondi, Sydney, speak about life abroad and the lure of returning home to Ireland.
Props from TV fantasy-horror series 'Penny Dreadful', shot in Ireland are to be auctioned. The sale features an eclectic mix of “real antiques”, meticulously-crafted fakes and ‘hero’ items that will appeal to fans of the show. Video: Bryan O'Brien
During a visit to Tayto Park's birds of prey exhibit, Conor Pope learns that a Verreaux’s eagle can bring 700lb of pressure to bear with its talons. So he slips on a glove and invites one - a female called Storm - on to his arm.
The controversial development was announced in 2006 and has eventually come to fruition, with the first phase of Marina Village houses on sale this weekend with prices ranging from €485,000-€655,000. Video: Kathleen Harris
A short clip from Tanya Burr’s fashion and beauty channel on YouTube. Her beauty, fashion and baking videos have been viewed more than 300 million times. Courtesy: Tanya Burr Youtube channel
Census of the Heart – an online survey carried out at the same time as the national census – set out to measure the emotional temperature of the nation.
The American artist David McDermott, is one half of the artist team 'McDermott and McGough'. His life and art revolve around the past and this is evident from the contents of his home, Bellmount House in Mullingar, Co. Westmeath. Video: Bryan O'Brien
With its striking looks could the Volvo S90 be a threat to its German and English contemporaries? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
If you are shopping for a German made family car, but on a budget, could the new Opel Astra Tourer represent good value for money? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
As diesel engines continue to receive bad coverage over emissions, how will the new 2.0 TDI Audi A4 shape up? We take it out for a test drive to find out. Video; Neil Briscoe
Emily Kennedy from Rosscahill, Co.Galway runs the Kennedy Dance School in Sydney where adults and children learn traditional Irish dancing. Video: Ciara Kenny
Henry Bourke and his wife Emily Kennedy who have lived in Sydney since 2011 speak about the recent birth of their baby girl Beibhinn and the pros and cons of raising kids in Australia. Video: Ciara Kenny
Ssangyong have taken the Tivoli and added to it to create the larger XLV, but in a competitive family car market does it represent good value for money? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
MyLondon is a free media training and mentoring programme run by Media Trust in partnership with Trust for London, to help amplify the voices of London’s migrant and diaspora community groups in the media. Video: MediaTrust UK
Drone footage of Greystones South beach, County Wicklow. The beach features in The Irish Times' 50 best beaches in Ireland. Video: Joihn Cassidy
Temple Street in association with the Oscar-nominated Cartoon Saloon, have produced a short film explaining to children what life will be like should they have to visit hospital. Video: Temple Street/Cartoon Saloon
This is Jonathan Drennan's journey to becoming an Ironman, one of the most intense physical competitions on earth. Video: Ironman
Can Audi achieve success in the already crowded small premium SUV market with the Q2? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
In need of a tasty supper in a hurry? Donal Skehan shows how to create his quick and easy crispy Asian style eggs. Video: Nomos Productions
In recent times Ford have attempted to move into the premium market, but does the standard model of cars such as the S-Max represent better value for money? We take it for a test drive. Video: Neil Briscoe
Ten years after Seat first released a concept SUV they have finally brought an SUV to the market - the Ateca, but was it worth the wait? We took it out for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Could this be the end for drivers struggling to parallel park? A Canadian inventor showcases 'omni directional tyres', which he hopes to sell on to a major tyre manufacturer. Video: Liddiard Wheels
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