Kelly O’Brien loves ice hockey and isn’t adverse to hanging out at pop-up ice skating rinks in December so she couldn’t resist trying out Red Bull extreme ice skating.Read article
SO, this month my youth theatre, Activ8, decided to perform an improvised show. We were split into groups of three or four, given a game to play, and then left to the mercy of the audience.Read article
A project shows real-life contemporary users in designer clothes talking about the physical, mental and emotional toll that the drug takes on them. Liz Dunphy reports.
I’ve been acting since I left school so in a way it’s all I know. I grew up in Castlegregory, Co Kerry. I’m the youngest of five, with two brothers and two sisters.Read article
Kyle Pryor aka Dr Nate Cooper was in Cork recently. Ellie O’Byrne asks him why Irish people are so addicted to ‘Home and Away’.
Broadcaster Ray D’Arcy’s wife Jenny is also his producer —so what are the challenges they face? Arlene Harris talks to to three couples about working and living together.Read article
On the Trail of Britain’s Homegrown Jihadists By Alex PerryRead article
Carol O’Callaghan visits the new family room at the Mercy University Hospital’s Children’s Leukaemia Unit.
Leo Varadkar’s coming out has been roundly praised and hailed as good for struggling youngsters, but what do young LGBT people think? Kay Cairns
Few books in the self-help section will ever turn your life around, writes Suzanne Harrington. Real personal development requires far more time and often, professional helpRead article
Dervilla Griffin is a Cork-based Feng Shui consultant in demand all over the world. She tells Sharon O’Reilly-Coates how her work can alleviate sickness and even money worriesRead article
Leo Varadkar’s ‘coming out’ on radio brought back lots of memories for Caomhan Keane who dreams of a time when such a public ‘coming out’ is as dated as a debutantes ballRead article
With sub zero temperatures, January is the hardest time of the year to get off the couch but it’s also peak resolution time. Ellie O’Byrne gets some tips from a fitness coach on how to keep your motivation goingRead article
Miniature libraries are springing up all over Ireland - even the President has one says Nuala WoulfeRead article
Hillwalking in Ireland is a joy but there is something particularly special about the south of Spain with its year-round clear skies and its easy access from Irish airports, writes Dan McCarthyRead article
People of a certain age love to wax lyrical about when the Beatles played Dublin’s Adelphi, but what about when the Rolling Stones hit Cork’s Savoy theatre, 50 years ago, writes John DalyRead article
Going into the wilderness may seem like an American concept, but its an age-old method of restoring your natural balance, writes Claire DroneyRead article
Jonathan deBurca Butler spoke to actor Aaron Paul, who though now a globally recognised Hollywood star, came across as a remarkably upbeat and down-to-earth individual.
The Earth’s too crowded, so better family planning may be humanity’s last hope to save us from ourselves, write Zo Schlanger and Elijah WolfsonRead article