How would we view Marilyn Monroe if she had lived to be 90?

Had Marilyn Monroe lived, she would be 90 this year. As a new exhibition of rare photos opens, Suzanne Harrington looks back at her life and legacy – and imagines the star as a 90 year old.            

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Something for the week ahead

There’s plenty to look forward to for the week ahead.

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Something for the week ahead

There’s plenty to look forward to for the week ahead.

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This much I know: KC

I’m the jammiest person I know. I’ve ended up working at what used to be my hobby.

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There is very little help for breastfeeding mothers in ireland

So another study has found Ireland has one of the world’s lowest breastfeeding rates. It didn’t surprise Andrea Mara as hospital midwives are run off their feet and there is little HSE help when you return home.

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Six ways to enjoy the wild freedom of being free and single this Valentine's Day

Single and dreading Valentine’s Day? Don’t. There are plenty of positives about being single. It’s a great time to focus on you and what makes you happy, says Abi Jackson

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Being aware of early symptoms of cancer can help you survive

Arlene Harris is still reeling from her beloved dad’s death. As World Cancer Day approaches, she’s urging everyone to be aware of the symptoms of common cancers as most cancers, if caught early, can be treated.

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Meet Jamie Mooney - just one of the 14,000 young carers in Ireland

One of the joys of childhood is the lack of responsibility, aside from school. Not so for the 4,000 children who are carers. Arlene Harris meets one.

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Why are girls not choosing IT courses at third-level?

With fears that we won’t be able to fill tech vacancies unless more women start studying engineering and IT, Áilín Quinlan went to a girls’ school to ask young girls why they aren’t putting these courses on their CAO forms?

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MAKING CENTS: Book early to get the best deal if you’re hiring a car

When it comes to getting around while on holiday abroad, renting a car is a popular option, writes Gráinne McGuinness

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With the release of Mrs God Trinity, author Mark Evans gives us top tips on self-publishing

Mark Evans’ skill set grew exponentially when he self-published his new novel to reach more readers.

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Keeping fame in the family - how kids with famous folks fared

Duncan Jones famously said he never used his father’s name as a way of getting a business meeting. But how do other celebrity children fare? Lorraine Courtney examines the parent trap.

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Mario Rosenstock is taking the show on the road

Mario Rosenstock premieres his new live show in Cork. Vicki Notaro joins him on the set of his TV show to see why he’s got his sights set on the south.    

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Experiencing a tantric sex workshop

New year, new you? Forget detoxes and diets — Suzanne Harrington tries out a tantric sex workshop. And no — it’s nothing like 50 Shades...    

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This much I know: Paul Reid

Growing up, my dream job was to be an illustrator for Marvel comics.

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Something for the weekend...

Here’s some great things to do around the country this weekend.

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Another string to Bjork's bow

When critics rated their albums of 2015, Bjork’s release topped many of the lists. Emily Witt met the singer at her cabin in Iceland.

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Our picture-perfect memories of Cork's Capitol Cinema

As the wrecking ball hits Cork’s Capitol Cineplex, Ellie O’Byrne gets nostalgic with people from the world of film, music, and theatre and hears about some of their visits to the flicks on the Grand Parade

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