Conor Pope at the Bear Grylls  Survival Academy, Carton House, Maynooth. Photograph: Alan Betson

I start to worry when a bearded man, Josh Valentine, walks through the trees towards me(...)

We bought a hill farm overlooking beautiful Bantry Bay and built a comfortable straw bale house, powered by wind generators, solar panels, and a wood-burning stove.

(...) organised open days and farm walks and responded to media requests. We ran an energy tent in the annual(...)

Penalty only $400m if either group walks away after adverse law change (...)

Ashford Castle in winter

December 29th for three days of leisurely breakfasts, country walks and cosy log fires. Enjoy candlelit(...)

Lorna Ross is director of design at the Mayo Clinic’s Center for Innovation. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

(...) levels of chaos and uncertainty. No one walks into the clinic or the hospitals in the morning knowing(...)

Clare Langan’s Skellig Triptych

(...) ceramic artist, his Time and Place marshals a wealth of finds from shoreline walks – pebbles, bones(...)

The stage at the Tallaght Person of the Year awards. Philip Preston was named Tallaght Person of the Year on Friday. Photograph: Tallaght Community Council

(...) celebrate unsung heroes, volunteers and active members of the community across various walks of life in(...)

Sunday Morning: Bring your provisions for a picnic at the newly spiffed-up Dolores Park, where an $8 million renovation made over the northern half of the park with new tennis courts; six acres of fresh, grassy splendor; and expanded restrooms. What hasn’t changed: the diverse crush of humanity, and the vistas of the San Francisco skyline. Photograph: The New York Times
Weekend in ... San Francisco
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  • November 21, 2015, 05:00

(...) lead weekly mural walks ($20, with discounts for students and seniors) through alleys and streets dense(...)

Bad Hofgastein is a very pretty town surrounded by high mountains.

(...) have picked this hotel for its thermal spa, nice walks and apparently good restaurants. The problem is(...)

Church of Ireland notes

(...) and this year’s theme is ‘God has taken the lowly and raised them on high’. People from all walks of(...)