Adam Kennedy: Drawing has always been a way out of his distress.

(...) the smell of Domestos and Milton would have knocked you out. If anyone sneezed in front of him, I was(...)

(...).” Looking back, she could “still smell the burning embers, see the sparks disappearing into the night sky(...)

(...)” – the sweet smell of rain on the dry ground. But the context is different now: the later poems in the(...)

Claire Lalor, from Swords, leaving the High Court in Dublin after her action for damages.  Photograph: Collins

(...), on advice of public health nurses over concerns about pain and a smell from her lower body. On(...)

Research into the global impact of biophilic design in the workplace found employees who work in environments with natural elements incorporated into them reported significant increases in wellbeing, productivity and creativity

In recent years, companies have begun looking to incorporate more of the outside into their workplaces to create a better environment for employees. (...)

Goodbody Stockbrokers Trading Room. Photograph: Dara Mac D?naill / THE IRISH TIMES Dara Mac Donaill

(...)’s staff numbers as business grows. Don’t you just love the smell of competition in the morning . . .

Mundy’s hymn to the smell of July celebrates the scents left behind by mowing machines

(...) fortified masculinity”. Which would be a fair description of the smell of mature silage too; although if(...)

(...) them when they leave? The first thing I tell people about arriving in India is the particular smell of(...)

Paul Hughes, tunnel construction manager, in a  pipe trench as the tunnel is sealed. Photograph: Peter Murtagh/The Irish Times

(...) smaller pipes, leading the gas through the brief process in which impurities are removed, the smell added(...)

’The cleaning of O’Connell Street is quite extraordinary, because we are a genuinely filthy nation. We are a filthy race of people, but that street is kept really clean and wholesome all the time.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) smokers get a harsher word. “They don’t see cigarette butts as litter. But they are.” But it is the smell(...)