Ann Rudden: “The switch to smaller products was more labour intensive but it kept us in business.” Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

Rudden had to make sweeping changes to her business to keep it afloat. This involved new branding(...)

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The front page of the Western Mail after Ireland’s Six Nations draw with Wales.

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The previously unknown 1623 edition of William Shakespeare’s First Folio, described as the most important work in the English language. Photograph: Getty Images

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Mercy University Hospital Clinical Research Facility director Joe Eustace, SRL Pharma vice-president Anita Maguire and founder Margaret Shine. Photograph: Clare Keogh

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In the league, St Tiernach’s Park in Clones  is different. The house is open . . . the stewards are so chilled that they all but affect a Jamaican patois in their welcome. Photograph: Andrew Paton/Inpho/Presseye

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There’s a queue outside the Happy Pear as people line up in the chilly light for redemption with a light sprinkling of chia seeds. But we’re headed somewhere a little less well-known

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Costa Award winner Frances Hardinge thanked the judges “for giving the lie to what a lot of us were sagely muttering – oh, a children’s book never gets it”, confessing that she herself was among them, before inviting the general reader to explore that world: “there’s a beautiful jungle out there”

(...)It does sort of feel like the world’s just discovered your secret, doesn’t it?” young adult(...)