Graham Dwyer (left) and Elaine O’Hara

(...)’s Hosptial, a psychiatric unit where they were both patients. They would meet for coffee and go for walks in(...)

Life-long friends are the constants. They remember the time you thought your heart was breaking; they were on the end of the phone when you got the job and they’ll tell you when you are getting a little obsessive about that tinder date.

(...) kids will be friends, and we’ll go on long walks where we’ll laugh at our ageing selves. We’ll have(...)

(...)-known modernist industrial space designed by Scott Tallon Walker Architects. There are guided nature walks(...)

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(...) direction, he explains. West to east. The girl watches the ground as she walks. Tiny, fleshy-leafed plants(...)

‘Presenting IAG results, Willie Walsh said he still wanted to do the deal and would talk to the Government “in due course”.’  Above,  Willie Walsh leaves  an Oireachtas Joint Committee on Transport and Communications meeting in relation to IAG’s bid for Aer Lingus at Leinster House, Dublin. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

(...) no guarantees on anything. If he walks away, the growth opportunities presented by the bid are lost(...)

A Dublin youth, who laughed after he stabbed a young man with a flick-knife and left him for dead, has walked free from court on a technicality

A Dublin youth, who laughed after he stabbed a young man with a flick-knife and left him for dead, has walked free from court on a technicality.The bo(...)

  Joanne Flanagan: “We take hand hygiene very seriously. We swab hands constantly.”  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) equipment so you don’t contaminate yourself. Training reception staff is crucial because if someone walks(...)

(...), lanes and walks, unusual plants, a pond, and seating areas to take advantage of those glorious views(...)

 Dervla Murphy in the study of her home in Lismore, Co Waterford, last year. “Dervla Murphy is synonymous with passion, pertinacity and peregrination,” says Anakana Schofield. “Also, bicycle wheels. As a very young woman I first read Murphy’s In Ethiopia With a Mule (1966) and credit it with dispelling the idea at 18 that if I was to travel alone as a woman, everyone would instantly want to kill me. Strange as it may sound: she put me in my body. I did travel alone and lived.   Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

(...), hears, bikes, walks and experiences wherever she goes. Her prose has a practical, muscular texture(...)

(...) turn to give the sales pitch. John Legend walks over to the piano and starts to play and sing. A few(...)