Andrew Murray

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Rough Magic’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream

A Midsummer Night’s Dream Kilkenny Castle Yard, Kilkenny August 9th-18th 8pm €24/€26 kilkennyarts.ie The course of true love never did run smooth, an(...)

A while ago, I was standing at the office tea point when a colleague who had heard I was a runner asked me if I did ultramarathons – the term for any (...)

Chafing is more common in women who run without sports bras

In his poem O Jesus! O Epidermis! (1997), George A Ferguson wrote: That, my friend, is all there is Between you and the abyss. Two hundred and ninetee(...)

Leaving Downing Street: Theresa May on her way to Buckingham Palace on Friday after her party lost its parliamentary majority. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

Still sleepy after the Easter bank holiday, Westminster was looking forward to a quiet week on the morning of April 18th when word came that Theresa M(...)

Sports researchers found many benefits from having a massage

Those whose resolve to get fit remains undimmed should already be reaping the physical and mental rewards of regular activity. But those aiming to boo(...)

Bernard Heaney, a lifelong resident of Inisturk fishing in the bay

“Good morning, Clifden, this is Island Discovery, en route to Inishbofin with six passengers and five crew,” says the man at the wheel, Dermot Concann(...)

For Olympian Thomas Barr  sleep is critical.

Irish Olympian Thomas Barr is not just a champion hurdler; he’s a champion sleeper too. The likeable 24-year-old – who narrowly missed a medal in Rio (...)

Robin Bell (left)  a UDR member was shot in an IRA ambush in 1972. The next day Catholic farmers, Michael Naan and Andrew Murray, were stabbed to death by members of the British army.

Early one Sunday morning in 1972, Robin Bell set off for the family farm a few miles up the road in Newtownbutler, Co Fermanagh with his father Sidney(...)

Bewley’s Café Theatre, Dublin *** The Confederate Daughters Society has come to a critical juncture in its history: fresh committee elections at a (...)

Leinster full-back Rob Kearney at the launch of the ‘Head On’ concussion management programme in February. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

‘Tackle him, Winter!” bellowed my schoolmaster from the touchline. A pupil at Belfast Royal Academy, where obedience was prized and rugby demanded a (...)

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