Can the new Ford Fiesta ST-Line compete in the competitive hatchback market? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
3 Vessey Place in Monkstown, Co. Dublin has gone on sale through Lisney with an asking price of €2.4 million. Video: Lisney
Does the new Nissan Leaf offer a long-range leap into the future of electric motoring? We take it out for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Take a look through Givery, a south county Dublin home, on the market for €3.25m, that offers picture perfect views of Killiney Hill.
Sr Orla Treacy from Bray is principal of Loreto Rumbek, South Sudan. The school first opened in 2008 and provides a much needed place of education and refuge for girls aged 5-20. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Six of Ireland's leading chefs speak out about their work, the stresses of the profession and bullying in the kitchen. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Originally built in 1884, Clontarf seawater baths was a popular swimming destinationfor Dubliners over many years. It closed in 1996 but now is to re-open after a €2.4 million make-over. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Jaguar are dipping their toe into the compact SUV market with the E-Pace, but is this crossover worthy of the Jaguar name? We take it out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
Cameras capture the red carpet arrivals at the Screen Actors Guild awards in Los Angeles last night.
22-year-old fitness blogger from the UK, Elle Darby posted a 17-minute video to her youtube channel saying she was “anxious, embarrassed and humiliated” after been rejected in her request for free accommodation from a Dublin hotel. Video: @elledarby
A Volkswagen Tiguan in all but name and badge, but while the Seat Ateca may not cost as much as the VW is it worth its still hefty price tag? We take it for a test drive to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
It looks great, but is it fun to drive? We take the Porsche Boxster GTS out on the road to find out. Video: Neil Briscoe
We’ve scanned the land for the hottest young talent making waves in the worlds of business, fashion, food, sport, activism, art, design, film, TV, tech, media and music. Here we talk to a few of those men and women.
Jude Hughes was born in Dublin 1941 to parents he never knew. He grew up in industrial schools, before choosing tailoring as a profession. He has been active all his life with organisations involved in fighting for equality. Video: Bryan O'Brien
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