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Simon Jermyn

FRIDAY 07 TERRA INCOGNITA Fireplace Dragon Courthouse, Ennistymon, Co Clare (Friday); Black Gate, Galway (Saturday); Arthurs, Dublin (Sunday afternoo(...)

There is nothing more irritating than having a nice meal or a quiet drink ruined by dire music pounding away in the background. Requests to turn it do(...)

Emma Greenbury working in Dublin: ‘I miss the sunshine but I do not miss the heat.’ Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Emma Greenbury had spent less than a month in her new home when it occurred to her that she had never experienced harassment on the streets of Dublin.(...)

King Salman of Saudi Arabia is greeted on arrival in Indonesia on Wednesday on one of six passenger jets transporting him and his 1,500-strong delegation. Photograph: AFP/Indonesian presidential palace/Agus Suparto

You could call it bling diplomacy. As part of a month long tour in Asia to promote economic ties, King Salman of Saudi Arabia arrived in Indonesia on (...)

Chocolate Afternoon Tea at the Conrad Dublin hotel

NEWS Lit up Tickets for this year’s Ballymaloe Lit Fest are officially on sale. The fifth annual celebration of all things food and literary takes pl(...)

There are many companies today that specialise in arranging holidays for people who need mobility devices to get around. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Just because you are not as fit as you used to be or incapacitated does not mean you cannot go on holidays. There are many specialised travel companie(...)

With its legendary “après-ski” activities, skiing is another good bet for singles looking for fun

It might be too late for this year but if you’re looking to boost your chances of being coupled up by the time Valentine’s Day 2018 rolls around, a ho(...)

Villagers look at a house which was damaged in a landslide in Kintamani, Bali on February 10th. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Twelve people have been killed in three landslides across the Indonesian resort island of Bali, as torrential rain lashed the area, Indonesia’s disast(...)

A rendering of the proposed artificial floating island project in a tropical lagoon in French Polynesia, designed as a response to climate change. Photograph: Seasteading Institute via The New York Times

You might call it a Noah’s Ark for an era of melting polar ice sheets. An audacious plan to respond to climate change by building a city of floating i(...)

Anna Neistat, senior director for research with Amnesty International, talks to journalists behind a copy of a report she co-authored titled ‘Island of Despair - Australia’s “Processing” of Refugees on Nauru’ in Sydney, Australia, on Monday. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

Amnesty International has condemned Australia’s offshore detention regime on Nauru as an “open-air prison” and akin to “torture”, where refugees and a(...)

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