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Attendees wear cardboard “faceboxes” at the SXSW interactive festival in Austin. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

Ireland’s trade delegation may have spent more time than they’d have liked allaying fears over Brexit at SXSW Festival 2017 in Austin, Texas over the (...)

Krendl, the Escapist: “You have to focus on your heart rate. You know you’re losing consciousness, because your fingers go numb.”

We’re sitting in a bar opposite the Folies-Bergères, and I keep waiting for someone to produce an egg out of my ear. I am having drinks with a trio of(...)

What happens when your rent is raised a couple of hundred quid a month? There is no buffer. Photograph: Susana Vera/Reuters

As I watched the details of last week’s budget announcements unfold, I waited to see whether, given the housing crisis the country is in, something wo(...)

Lois Kapila of the Dublin Inquirer. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin Inquirer: ‘Our goals are really modest’ Lois Kapila, Eddie Wilson and Cónal Thomas are sitting at a kitchen table in the little room in Kil(...)

Clare Ross in her home in Clontarf: “I liked the idea of having an income but not having to cook evening meals for people.” Photographs: Eric Luke

‘He sent me a message to say he’d be arriving late and that he’d be tipsy,” says Clare Ross (63), who has been an Airbnb host since March 2015. This (...)

Waterside cottages, lakeside lodges and enchanting bubble domes  make Finn Lough a wonderland.

LAKESIDE SANCTUARIES Finn Lough, Co Fermanagh: Waterside cottages, lakeside lodges and enchanting bubble domes (below) make Finn Lough a wonderland(...)

Nosy parkers will be excited to hear the news that celebrity chef Andrew Rudd has added his ultra-cool Rathmines pad (above)

EXTRAORDINARY ESCAPES  Imagine seeing the Northern Lights from your bed. A Kakslauttanen glass igloo, in Saariselkä, Finland, offers just that(...)

Marie Kondo, author of The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, with Aoife McArdle at the latter’s home on Fontenoy Street, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aoife McArdle’s home looks tidier than the average. There’s little evidence that a two-year-old runs around here. The wall of pink birthday cards in (...)

Janis Heather and Paul Toner of KPMG: the concern about new skills gaps  could create opportunities for Irish expatriates to return home

The emergence of new skills gaps is occupying the minds of business leaders at home and abroad, according to the latest KPMG Global CEO Outlook Survey(...)

Spotify offers a free music service for those who don’t mind putting up with ads

Last week we published a list of all the ways we are being forced to pay for stuff today that was once free. Well, the flipside of that is all the stu(...)

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