Sisters Lucy (11) and Emily Ray (13) in Cork: Lucy likes to put her geographical knowledge to the test by using the Geomaster 2 app, while Emily uses the Book Creator for iPad app to make books. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney /Provision

(...) broken into 10 categories, including museums, sports and activities, and parks and gardens (including(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton: flagging a housing investment programme focusing on social and affordable homes due to be announced on or around budget day. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) end of the Phoenix Park, about 100 yards from the new court buildings, we have the O’Devaney Gardens(...)

Peerless Pears

(...) century, it is still grown in gardens to this day. But before you put this famously tasty fruit on your(...)

No victory: Mary Travers

(...) mild bleakness of Mitchelstown their life is necessarily secluded. Emily gardens and husbands while(...)

Keystone: frogs’ offspring play a key role in the food chain. Illustration: Michael Viney

(...) potential green space, including surburban gardens and the verges of roads. (You can watch his lecture at(...)

Minister for the Arts Heather Humphries at the leaping Salmon at the ESB Museum. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw 2:25

(...) free tours of the Joyce tower, the Casino in Marino, and Malahide Castle and Gardens.Among national(...)

Gardens take over Dublin parking spaces 1:45

31 metered parking spaces were transformed into temporary public parks today, September 19th on PARK(ing) Day, an annual worldwide event that aims to (...)

A record attempt for the largest number of Hot Air Balloons to take off simultaneously in a single line will take place at Waterford Airport on Monday, September 22 at 7am as part of the Irish Hot Air Ballooning Championships. Photograph: Patrick Browne/In-Line

(...).ie Kilruddery Film FestivalSituated in Kilruddery House and Gardens in Bray, Co. Wicklow, the annual film(...)

(...) think it was The National in the Iveagh Gardens. I’m a fairly passive fan of the band, I’ve never bought(...)

Bono’s childhood home: No 10, Cedarwood Road in Glasnevin, Dublin 1:21

(...)-dashed facades and neatly kept gardens typical of the period.This ordinary suburban street has produced not only(...)