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The Burren in Co Clare.

In the late Seamus Heaney’s poem Postscript, he beseeches the reader to take the time to drive out west to Co Clare’s Flaggy Shore where the Atlantic (...)

Judy and Kim Doran, from Crumlin, with Nugget, a rescue dog from the DSPCA, enjoy the warm weather on Sandymount Strand. Photograph:  Garrett White

Dublin Zoo is preparing showers to keep its herd of elephants cool, while bakers have increased the production of burger buns as the country prepares (...)

Louise Bruton: “Instead of finding the best price online, I have to phone and email and pester until I find a room in the area that will suit and I never really believe them until I arrive and examine the room myself.” Photograph: Dave Meehan

In the seven years that I’ve used a wheelchair, I’ve developed an extra layer of suspicion to my psyche and this really comes to the surface when I’m (...)

Coolattin House, Co Wicklow

Surrounded by the immaculate greens of Coolattin Golf Club and the tranquil fields of southwest Wicklow, Coolattin House is a quiet place these days. (...)

The Other Voices Open Call Ballina is now taking submissions

Ballina Co Mayo will host the Other Voices music festival for the first time on September 28th-29th. TV recordings will be held in St Michael’s Church(...)

David McCourt (left) lives in the Merrion Hotel where Peter McCann is manager

When did you last cry? David: When I got the bill from The Merrion. Peter: When he paid it. David: Coco Chanel lived at The Ritz for 37 years. Bob (...)

Gimme shell-ter: a snail in ‘A Wild Irish Year’

On A Wild Irish Year (Sunday, RTÉ1) Dr Tara Shine emerges from the mist, binoculars in hand, ready to watch some deer love. How this became a respecta(...)

Emma Mhic Mhathúna: “Nobody knows what they are doing, it is not co-ordinated and what is going to happen is everyone is going to get frustrated.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Emma Mhic Mhathúna, one of the women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy, has criticised the Government’s “slow” response to provide financial a(...)

Beenkeragh in MacGillycuddy’s Reeks, with Caher Ridge as the backdrop. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan

Keep your hips loose and your head straight on. Sound advice for kayaking along the Caragh Lake or taking on Ireland’s biggest mountain, and a mantra (...)

10 Merchamp on Seafield Road, Clontarf, had an asking price of €370,000 and sold for €410,000

Apartment 10, Merchamp, Seafield Road, Clontarf, Dublin 3 Three-bedroom duplex apartment with approximately 93sq m (1001sq ft) of living space that i(...)

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