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Walatta, a house designed by modernist architect John Bulcock, is shielded from view. Access is via 80 wide stone steps from above the roof down to pool level. The central living space is supported by concrete columns, with ‘walls’ of foliage to soften the look. Photograph: James Fennell

From the faded colonial grandeur of a house belonging to Hollywood star Gillian Anderson to the tropical modernism of a new build by a Dublin family,(...)

Ericeira, in  Portugal is an ideal spot for families, with  lovely beaches and good surf schools

We have booked flights to Lisbon for one week and are travelling with our children aged 17, 15 and 12. I would really like for our kids to meet other (...)

Usheru told The Irish Times a full ticketing solution will be live for users here in two weeks’ time

When has a start-up started up? That was one of the questions folks were asking themselves after the recent Digital Media Awards. The decision to giv(...)

An elevated view over Biertan at sunrise

We bit the bullet and booked flights to Bucharest, Romania, for 16 days in July. We have three kids, aged 13, 11 and nine, who love walking, cycling,(...)

Entry to Canada is going electronic from March 15th

E-visas required for Canada from March Entry to Canada is going electronic from March 15th, when visitors to the country will have to have an electron(...)

As a Christmas gift, myself and my brother bought a trip to Amsterdam for my wife and our mother. We will be travelling in mid-late April and I’ve jus(...)

JUNE: Clerys department store on O’Connell Street closes its doors for the last time. Photograph: Frank Miller

January A new year dawns with news that a long-time voice of the Irish consumer, Eddie Hobbs, is the new voice of Lucinda Creighton’s Renua.&nbs(...)

Travellers on budgets are finding solutions outside Manhattan, especially in Brooklyn and Queens. Photograph: James Laish/The New York Times

The average cost of a three-star hotel in Manhattan south of Harlem through Booking. com was $241 a night, more than twice as much as I’ve ever paid (...)

Paddy Cosgrave’s immediate predecessor as Nasdaq bell-ringer was the cartoon character Snoopy, Charlie Brown’s pet dog in the Peanuts comic strip film The Peanuts Movie. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

Web Summit founder Paddy Cosgrave on Wednesday rang the Nasdaq closing bell remotely from Dublin, which must be a great honour reserved for those held(...)

We’re 99% sure these are Ireland fans. Photograph: David Davies/PA

Travel ain’t cheap, tickets are dear and accommodation is nauseatingly expensive – but that hasn’t halted Irish rugby fans’ intrepid hunt for World Cu(...)

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