(...) within easy reach of a number of great visitor spots, from sailing in Crosshaven, to sandy beaches at(...)

A screengrab from a YouTube video of Graham Dwyer flying his model aircraft

Thursdays straight from work, while his wife would use her free time to go sailing in Dún Laoghaire.He once(...)

 Graham and Gemma Dwyer at home in Gulistan Cottages, Dublin 6, in May 2007. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

(...) free time to go sailing in Dún Laoghaire.Dwyer told gardaí he was especially close to his son. His wife(...)

The research, supported by the Irish Sailing Association, will examine what motivates sailors, how often they go to sea, their experience and training, awareness of potential hazards and use of safety procedures and equipment. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times.

(...), supported by the Irish Sailing Association, will examine what motivates sailors, how often they go to sea(...)

ISA president David Lovegrove: has overseen an independent review of how the association operates

The Irish Sailing Association (ISA) hopes to get the green light for a new five-year strategic(...)

 Jason Smyth celebrates  wining the 200m T13  final during the London 2012 Paralympic Games. He received €40,000 from the Irish Sports Council. Photograph: Eddie Keogh/Reuters

Sailing Aileen Reid Triathlon *Agreed that a portion of their funding would be invested directly in their(...)

European indoord silver medalist Mark English missed out on full podium funding. Photograph: Inpho

Ireland and the Irish Sailing Association took over the management of the scheme for their athletes(...)

Justin Slattery drives Azzam through a wave in the Southern Ocean. Photograph: Matt Knighton/Volvo Ocean Race via Getty Images

(...) some sailing. Dan Carter has a grind-off competition against some of our younger guys, while I never in(...)

His marksmanship, his ball-winning, his passing, his tenacity, his temperament and, perhaps best of all, his instinct for delivering the plays that simultaneously steeled his Kilkenny team mates and withered the belief of opposing counties. He worked like a demon and hit hard. He made Kilkenny seem invincible. 6:24

(...) calling time and wishing the ship and crew good sailing without him, it is no surprise. All(...)

Karin Altenberg: “I believe that the actual setting a writer chooses for a narrative is related to where your sensibilities lie. I have been tuned to – and have closely observed – the outdoors since I was a child. Other writers may be more aware of architecture, interiors or urban landscapes”

(...) stormy day felt very much like sailing into port. This aspect of shelter was important when I created(...)