Crossmaglen Rangers’ Tony Kernan: “We thought maybe the amount of Ulster clubs and All-Irelands we had, that was going to be our lot.” Photograph: Matt Mackey/Inpho

Corofin could do it why not the county? And why not other clubs? It’s a common phenomenon in all walks of(...)

Declan Kiberd: There’s no point in beating ourselves up that we don’t have people quite like Yeats or Joyce or Collins or Lady Gregory or Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington; it’s better just to be glad that they came at all. Like the Renaissance in Italy happens once in a thousand years and that’s enough

(...) day, that you’d go off and do your own thing, you can have a couple of walks, but then you’re all(...)

Estate is next door and you can enjoy its gardens as well as its cafes and shops. There are walks(...)

(...), ramblers, pony riders and families enjoy the woodland walks, something that Stern has always found part of(...)

Mary Johnson: ‘If you’re lucky enough to find close friendship away from home, you genuinely don’t know how long it’s going to last.’

(...) carefree walks in the park; they’ll pop into each other for a cuppa; they’ll go for coffee in that place(...)

(...) complete one of two expansive looped walks that combine to describe a perfect 360-degree circuit of this(...)

Together but separate: Darragh Egan, Sarah Lovett, Mary Egan and Dermot in the new series of Room to Improve. Photograph: RTÉ

(...), Mary walks around the stripped-out shell of the house her husband built. “I hate seeing the place torn(...)

Peter kneels down in front of Jesus and says: “Leave me Lord; I am a sinful man.” (Luke 5: 8)

(...), sociologists, theologians, politicians, people from all walks of life have been discussing how and why it has(...)

We’ve moved on from discomfort or embarrassment about using technology to connect with other people.

(...) world, a man who walks up to almost every woman in a bar and shouts ‘SEX?’ in an enquiring tone would be(...)

  Maurice Gaffney: “I owe a lot to my colleagues. They have made me happy and have always been reliable.”   Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) days he reads a bit and walks as much as he can. “Otherwise I waste time looking at TV, like so many(...)