Thursday, December 19, 2013
When my publisher told me in 1987 that one of my poems would appear on the then taoiseach’s Christmas cards, I thought he was joki
On July 19th, 1984, Dunnes Stores worker Mary Manning refused to check out a customer’s South African fruit.
Visitors surprised to see large area given over to plastic imported toys and dolls
Half a century ago, she left the man she loved to become a missionaryin Africa. Now retired, Sr Cora Richardson (78) was this week
Set up four years ago by Chris Maher, MYF offers free guitar lessons and musical instruments
Almost two years after leaving our screens, the former newsreader is returning to host a new quiz show. What else has she been up
Old leaflets can be seen in an exhibition at National Print Museum in Dublin
I learned many things during my year studying in Harvard, but perhaps the most unexpected lesson was an introduction to the pleasu
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