A FARMING LIFE

Lord David Puttnam with IRL lifelong learning participant Kitty Flynn from Killbeggan, Co Westmeath

Enjoying benefits of lifelong learning

“The best thing for being sad,” replied Merlin, “is to learn something.

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Business guru fights for future of forestry

Q&A: Bill Liao
Coder Dojo founder Bill Liao publishes fascinating account of forest wildlife.

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upert Isaacson, working with a child participating in the Horse Boy Foundation; he will be speaking at Bantry Literary Festival 2014.

Horse play with deep spiritual benefits

Children with autism and attention deficit disorder often struggle to communicate – but put them with horses and they can achieve so much. 

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Family revisits site of fallen war hero

Cork family’s trip to WWI burial site sparks journey into the history of war

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We must respect our scenic gems

Q&A: Bill Murphy
Leave No Trace: keeping Ireland clean for benefit of future generations.

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Family revisits site of fallen war hero

Q&A: Aedin Johnson
Cork family’s trip to WWI burial site sparks journey into the history of war.

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Friendly voices just a phone call away

By 2050, it is estimated that seven out of ten of us will live in cities.

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When you need good accurate guidance

Q&A: Anne O’Donovan
Citizens Information Centre offers essential advice on a confidential basis.

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A cillin on Heir Island, Co Cork, one of the burial grounds for unbaptised children which historian William Casey has been working to preserve with the help of local communities.

Saving Ireland’s forgotten burial sites

Q&A: William Casey
Historian William Casey is bidding to protect "cilliní" on unconsecrated ground

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Memorable tales from heart of the Kingdom

I won’t tell ye the significance of the Kerryman Van at all. And I won’t utter any further praise of any kind for a book which kept me turning pages all night.

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