Irene O’Brien is behind all the best vintage fashion shoots. So imagine how excited Paula Burns was when Irene took her vintage shopping?Read article
Barbara Scully meets up with author, Felicity Hayes-McCoy who in a new book tries to explore the silence that surrounded her relative, Marion Stokes, a Easter 1916 activist and leading member of Cumann na mBan in the South East.Read article
Gráinne McGuinness offers consumer advice on getting a pet and warns that while a furry friend brings many rewards, there are costs involved.Read article
On both sides of the Atlantic, the Christmas jumper is even more prolific this year. And now there are baby jumpers, dog jumpers and even designer brands are cashing in on the trend. Why, asks Deirdre ReynoldsRead article
CHRIS MARTIN and GWYNETH PALTROW may have “consciously uncoupled”, but they’re still collaborating as musicians — with Paltrow singing on Coldplay’s new album.Read article
One of the biggest fashion retailers in the US, who count Michelle Obama amongst their customers, has just hired an Irish child for their latest ad campaign. How big is child modelling in this country and what’s involved for the kid, asks Caroline DelaneyRead article
So I’m about to get into my car after the gym when a shaved head, stocky Latino guy covered in tattoos yells at me, “Come with bro, come, come.”Read article
Sprinting is better than jogging when it comes to shedding pounds, but there are other high-intensity workouts to help you burn calories fast, says fitness guru Peta Bee.Read article
Age is no barrier when it comes to relationships — finding romance is possible for all ages, says Clodagh FinnRead article
The night is nearly upon us. Six sleeps and it’s time for the Late Late Toy Show.
Actor Paddy Houlihan, who plays Dermot in Brendan O’Carroll’s hit comedy show, is taking Mrs Brown’s Boys on the road for another live show. The only downside? Leaving his twin girls at home, he tells Liz O’ Brien.Read article
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The bi-annual Dublin Vintage Fair takes place tomorrow in Dun Laoghaire’s iconic Royal Marine Hotel.
Travel, and the notion of travel, appealed to me as far back as I can remember. I think it had a lot to do with growing up in Des Moines, Iowa, in the middle of nowhere.Read article
The head of the BBC maintains we are missing out on quality TV because of box sets. Ed Power picks up his remote and checks out the winter schedules to see if he’s rightRead article
ON A summer day in 2014, with the high Syrian sun beating down, a volunteer with a camera made his way toward the rose-gold ruins of the ancient city of Palmyra.Read article
Audrey has been sorting out Cork people for years...Read article
Irish wedding planners are getting calls from gay couples in the States, Slovenia, Germany and England, says Caomhan Keane as they want to get married in the first country to vote for
same sex marriage by popular vote.
Should women be taking HRT in later life? Two experts, Sue Leonard and Margaret Carragher debate the pros and cons of chemical intervention.Read article
Doping in sport has a lengthy — and until relatively recently, altogether legal — past. Once, says Robert Hume, the use of stimulants was considered fair play.Read article
Suzanna Harrington pulls on her wookie boots and looks at the strangest Star Wars merchandise in the galaxy.Read article