Former taoiseach Brian Cowen at Leinster House for his appearance before the Oireachtas banking inquiry. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) bookmakers, was mostly . . . were all types of people from all walks of life in Ireland and not just big(...)

Maeve’s Cairn: megalithic tomb on a  limestone mountain in Co Sligo

Maeve’s Cairn, Knocknarea, Co Sligo Map: OS Discovery series sheet No 16. Start/Finish: CP 1.2km southeast (...)

(...) just the Veuve, because she’s milling it. And that’s when Grainne, Oisinn’s business portner, walks(...)

(...) tall, thin man emerges from the train and walks slowly towards Joe, as one might approach a scared wild(...)

Killian Young: “Preparation has now gone very professional, and where it’s all going to stop, nobody know.” Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

Professional rugby player walks into a bank to be greeted by a four-time All-Ireland winner. One(...)

A survey from the Samaritans shows more than 30 per cent of people can feel overwhelmed by their problems, but that more than 40 per cent are reluctant to burden others with how they’re feeling.  Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...) 300 people not connected with the charity from “all walks of life, ages, and different genders(...)

Statistically, most drownings occur during bathing or walking along coastlines, according to a review for IWS. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times/ File photo

(...) stay well away from the edge of ordinarily familiar coastal walks, he said, while those out on beaches(...)

Mary Troy: ‘I have had to learn to ask people to do things for me, which I find very hard as I was so independent.’ Photograph: Aidan Crawley

(...) and a half hours if I go out, but having to pull it behind me means short walks with breaks every five(...)

Community midwife, Mary Cronin, with her children Matthew and Annie in Kinsale, Co Cork. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

(...) for 20 minutes before work and try to get another two 20-minute walks in during the day. Given the(...)

(...) can be appreciated by anyone who walks the pier – the shells being clearly visible adding a varied(...)