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In Week 6 of The Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Nocher focuses on tumbling and treading water, while also increasing your distance to 1200m. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
Mary Berry talks to Patrick Freyne about finding fame, Bake Off, swearing and selfies.
Mountainstown House is located outside Navan, Co Meath, and is a rarity among Irish country estates in that it has been lived in by the same family for more than 250 years. Video: Bryan O'Brien
For a move away from the usual nudes and greys, Laura Kennedy demonstrates a subtly dramatic dual eye colour look: purple and aqua. No cause for alarm, this is a three-minute wonder to bighten up your day. Video: Niamh Guckian
In Week 5 of The Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Nocher focuses on turning at the wall, bilateral breathing and arm and leg kick technique, while also increasing your distance to 1100m. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
This spring, the 70s are back and khaki, berry tones and Breton stripes are among the hottest trends.
Family Values, a major survey by ‘The Irish Times’, explores the changing Irish family.
36 hours in Beijing: where to eat, what to see and where to go out. Video: The New York Times
In Week 4 of The Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Knocher focuses on turning at the frontcrawl, breathing patterns and head and body positions, while also increasing your distance to 1000m. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
We asked Irish Times readers around the world to send in their video greetings for St. Patrick's Day. See if you spot someone you know.
Laura Kennedy on how to use lip liner the way nature intended without ending up with the trout effect. Video: Niamh Guckian
Originally designed for use in theatre, contour techniques will highlight bone structure and add a certain amount of drama to your look, wothout making you look like you should be on stage! Top tips from Laura Kennedy. Video: Niamh Guckian
An ascent of Tower Ridge on the north face of Errigal Mountain, County Donegal's highest point to capture the beautiful views below. Video: Iain Miller
36 hours in Belfast; where to eat, what to see and where to go out. Video: The New York Times
Killian Woods, 24, took a year off to travel the world after completing his studies in Agricultural Science. Now back home in Ireland, he is pursuing a career in freelance journalism. He speaks to Rosita Boland about his generation. Video: Bryan O'Brien
To celebrate Mothers Day the little patients at Temple Street Children's Hospital give honest and heart-warming reasons why their mum is simply the best. Video: Temple Street Children's Hospital
Land Rover have released a new Land Rover Discovery Sport but can it take on the Audi Q5 or BMW X3? Video: Neil Briscoe
Released as part of Tourism Ireland's #GoGreen4PatricksDay campaign Hollywood actor Liam Neeson wishes the world a 'happy St. Patrick's Day.' Video: Tourism Ireland
In a property industry first, auction specialist Allsop will hold an online auction on March 18th that will allow buyers to bid for properties via the internet where the winning bid will be binding.
Thirteen years after the original there is finally a second generation Volvo XC90, but is it as good as the original? Video: Neil Briscoe
Ever woken up with a bump or blemish when you really don't need one? Laura Kennedy shows how to get you through even the most stubborn bad patch. Video: Niamh Guckian
Captured in all its natural beauty, this drone footage shows many of the famous landmarks on Ireland's Wild Atlantic Way. Video: Peter Cox
In Week 3 of The Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Nocher focuses on turning at the wall, bilateral breathing and treading water, while also increasing your distance to 900m. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
A South African winery is aiming to revolutionise the wine-making industry by using indigenous Rooibos wood to produce a healthier wine with no preservatives. Video: Reuters
Tayto have set up a pop up shop on Wicklow Street Dublin to promote the brand and sell merchandise and tickets to Tayto Park. The famous Tayto sandwich is for sale at €2, of which €1 of each goes to Dublin’s Simon Community. Video : Bryan O'Brien
A short film inspired by surfing winter storms on the west coast of Ireland and Seamus Heaney's poem the Flaggy Shore. An ode to the stunning karst Burren region along the Wild Atlantic Way in Clare. Video: Dreamcatcher Productions/iFly Technology
Since 2010, the Comer brothers from Galway have bought thousands of acres of Irish property at massively discounted prices. Luke Comer talks to Madeleine Lyons about the plans for their acquisitions. Video: Enda O' Dowd
Laura Kennedy doesn't have time for elaborate day make-up. Here she skips through some tips and techniques to create the ultimate no-fuss low-maintenance look. Video: Niamh Guckian
In Week 2 of The Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Nocher focuses on breathing, front crawl and sculling, while also increasing your distance to 800m. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
Boys in Blue: Kian Egan and seven Sligo friends reconnect on a surfing trip
Taken in the skies above Lough Ree, preperations and practice runs are in full swing ahead of the Abbeshrule Air Show taking place over the June Bank Holiday weekend. Video: William Hillick. Music: krackatoa.
A stylish mews on Church Lane in Dublin 6 originally designed for its architect owners extends to 2,750 sq ft over three storeys and is on the market at €1.4 million. Video: Daniel O' Connor
Beauty and the Best is an Irish Times series of make-up tutorials and beauty tips from our experts Laura Kennedy and Aisling McDermott. This week, how to master the holy grail of make-up, cat-flick eyeliner. Video: Niamh Guckian
In Week 1 of the Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Nocher focuses on Push and Glide, Breathing and the Front Crawl Kick. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
Over the 12 weeks of the Irish Times Get Swimming course, Melanie Knocher and Swim Ireland will take you through techniques and exercises to get you swimming a mile by the end of the course. More details on irishtimes.com/getswimming
There was plenty of glamour on display as A-listers turned heads on the Oscars red carpet. Video: Reuters
A project within the Galway docks, focuses on the restoration and revival of the galway hooker boats.Video: Daniel O'Connor
Cup of hotdog water? Check. Cruel jibes to aim at actors who are wearing their clothes all wrong? Check. Here's how to watch the Oscars, according to Patrick Freyne. Video: Kathleen Harris
The Cork bike scheme was introduced last December but it has left disgruntled taxi drivers and Councillors in its wake.
Pans at the ready, it’s that time of year again. Donal Skehan demonstrates the art of brilliant pancakes for Pancake Tuesday. Video: HomeCooked Productions
Four-wheel drive and an open roof bring new dimensions to the 300kmh roadster. Video: Neil Briscoe
Ford’s hot Focus rekindles childhood dreams, but all dreams come at a price… Video: Neil Briscoe
Jimmy and Mary first met as teenagers in the Whitegate oil refinery in Cork in 1957, and romance blossomed. Both emigrated to England and never heard from each other again, until a note was passed to Jimmy in a restaurant in Cork. Video: Cathal Kenna
Polyamory Ireland is a 300-strong group of people who practise the relationship model of having more than one partner at any given time. We talk to one member, Tim Sinnott, about his own experience as a polyamorist.
We visit Aviva Stadium as the staff of Emerald Facility Services use hoists and abseiling methods to clean the high level polycarbonate sheeting of the stadium’s facade,
ahead of the first Six Nations home game against France. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Artist Brien Vahey brings in spring by painting witch hazel at his home in Co Wicklow. Video: Cyril Byrne
Elks, a young Dublin clothing company for kids, is kicking against disposable clothing with designs in traditional Irish textiles such as tweed, wool and linen. We speak to its founder Lucy Clarke and her daughter JoJo. Video: Kathleen Harris
The creative team behind the annual Governors Ball unveils this year's menu items and specialty cocktails that will be served at the official Oscars after party. Video: Reuters
Thousands of runners endure a gruelling obstacle course in freezing conditions in the self proclaimed 'toughest race in the world'. Video: Reuters. Music: Jason Shaw
Coffee vs Gangs: Kenco's training programme in Honduras continues. In this video we meet Pablo, a young man who has seen murder and death mark his personal life.
Beef stew? Bacon and cabbage? We visit three Dublin restaurants to find out what exactly is contemporary Irish food. Video: Kathleen Harris
If you work in a Dublin city office block you may feature in this video. Bryan O’Brien has been shooting around the city at dusk capturing that time of the day as offices close and workers leave for home. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Alerting the driver to cyclists with technologies that use colours, sounds and touch inside the car, 'Bike Sense" is the latest innovation from Jaguar Land Rover.
Can the new Jaguar XE rival the BMW 3 Series? We take it out on the roads to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
When land meets sea and nature and beauty collide, the result is a varied and majestic coastline, unique to the West of Ireland. Video: Fáilte Ireland/Raymond Fogarty/www.wildatlanticway.com
An exhibition by Irish artist Marie Brett explores infant loss, and features amulets, or small meaningful objects, provided by bereaved parents. Video: Enda O' Dowd
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