Gorey Co Wexford is the town that’s the gateway to the sunny south east Gorey is not just a commuter town; in recent years, there's been a serious investment made in the area, in order to attract those seeking a better work-life balance. Illustration: Aoife Dooley

An established market town with a strong community, lots of housing choice, excellent amenities and access to Wexford’s beaches make a move here an attractive prospect

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Fairytale castle in Kerry sold for €4.5m after 13 years on market An Culu, a 9,000 sq ft Gothic Revival style castle in Kenmare, Co Kerry, which was built in the 1990s out of a former “tea room folly” that once belonged to a different estate.

An Culu, a 9,000 sq ft Gothic Revival style castle, had been priced at €15m in 2007

Coronavirus pandemic poses unprecedented challenges for charities Christmas, always a critical time when it comes to fundraising, takes on an added significance this year. Photograph: iStock

Charities showing initiative with greater online focus and fundraising events at home

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