Carlingford

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A Border Communities Against Brexit sign on the road to Jonesborough.

I’m on my way to Warrenpoint, a small port town on the Co Down side of Carlingford Lough. This is the starting point for my walk along the Irish Borde(...)

A Dublin Fairytale: “Look, there’s Trinity College of Sorcery”

In Sarah Bowie’s charming picture book Let’s See Ireland, the protagonist, Molly, embarks upon a national tour with her parents and a stowaway cat. As(...)

Anthony Bourdain at John Kavanagh’s ‘The Gravediggers’ pub in Glasnevin with Ciaran Kavanagh, and Alfreda O’Brien Kavanagh. Photograph: John Kavanagh’s ‘The Gravediggers’
Anthony Bourdain’s Dublin

Chefs’ and journalists’ work by their very nature touches and connects with people. One of the things that made the late Anthony Bourdain special was (...)

Too close for comfort: Ann Skelly in Kissing Candice

Money moves unusually in the film business. Aoife McArdle, one of our most successful video directors, has worked with such luminaries as Jon Hopkins,(...)

Caroline Wilson of Belfast Food Tours with  a group on  tour.

Imagine a meal that begins with the snap of crusty sourdough spread generously with Co Down’s golden Abernethy butter. Then move on to a plate of just(...)

Children enjoy the kids’ club at The Johnstown Estate. Photograph: Julien Behal

The Easter holidays are just ahead and there are plenty of ways to entertain the children in your life over the next two weeks. Here is a selection of(...)

A photograph of Croagh Patrick and Clew Bay in Co Mayo taken from an Air Corps plane last month as it returned from patrol. Photograph: Cpl Pat O’Meara, Irish Air Corps

Temperatures are set to drop again over the Easter weekend with rain, frost and a chance of snow in some places over the long weekend. This will be t(...)

 A snow gloo outside a house in Clondalkin, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Dublin: The capital city is deserted on Friday as shops remain closed and rail and bus services remain in shutdown mode. Snow continues to fall on F(...)

Mayo’s 42km Great Western Greenway runs from Westport to Achill and is used by 250,000 people every year

The notion that we might willingly allow outsiders build pathways across our property is farcical considering our often craven, clawing grasp of land.(...)

A man who developed fibromyalgia after a near head-on collision has been awarded nearly €2 million by the High Court

A man who alleged a near head-on collision led to him suffering a chronic pain condition has been awarded almost €2 million in damages at the High Cou(...)

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