‘Love is fine, but divorce is how I make a living’

rina Aleksander meets a high-flying Manhattan divorce lawyer, who, despite spending his days dissolving marriages, still believes in love.

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Writing with kids – easy as ABC?

While it’s widely accepted that kids and writing don’t mix, Andrea Mara and other juggling authors discover their offspring can offer inspiration.

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Poet Paul Muldoon’s intimate work, ‘Incantata’, is being re-imagined for the theatre at Galway Arts Festival

Poet Paul Muldoon’s intensely intimate work, ‘Incantata’, is being re-imagined for the theatre and will premiere at the Galway Arts Festival, writes ...

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Meghan steps out in a pink trench dress – what you need to know about the emerging Canadian brand

The Duchess of Sussex is helping to put the designer on the map.

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This is where Meghan and Kate get their sunglasses (and they’re not as expensive as you might think)

Like the royals’ sunnies? Katie Wright reveals how to shop their styles.

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7 multi-purpose products for your easiest ever summer make-up

Keep it simple with one does-it-all shade, says Katie Wright.

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Salad prices are set to soar – here’s how to sow your own instead

This is how to stay out of the bagged salad aisle.

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Restaurant Review: Out of the Blue - The freshest fish and great service

Leslie Williams visits Out of the Blue in Dingle Harbour.

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Darina Allen: Delicious dishes from the youngest Michelin starred chef in Britain

The Summer 12-week certificate course students had a special treat last week, when Merlin Lebron Johnston from Portland Restaurant in London came as guest chef to ...

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12 infuriating human body ‘glitches’ that everyone experiences

The little mistakes your body experiences that makes you feel like you’re in a ‘glitchy’ computer game.

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Ask a counsellor: Are the family arguments making me depressed?

Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine offers her advice to a mum and wife at the end of her tether.

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Horsefly bites: How to tell when you’ve been bitten and what you should do to treat one

As horseflies sweep the UK, Liz Connor explains all you need to know about dealing with these blood-sucking insects.

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The creator of Trá Art is loving life on the beach

Susan Caplice — owner and creator of Trá Art — sits down with Aileen Lee for a chat.

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Fauxliage: Phoney flowers are faking fabulous

Kya deLongchamps says the naff days are over for fabric flowers — even fake Swiss cheese leaves are hot for homes.

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NEWSVIEW: Heritage Bill, Japanese knotweed and rural town regeneration

Rose Martin looks at the environmental side-effects of the new Heritage Bill, Japanese knotweed’s unfair portrayal, and the regeneration of rural towns.

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Cruise control: Epic scale of luxury and fun on board Royal Caribbean’s new Symphony of the Seas

Already a fan of cruise liners, Conall Ó Fátharta was bowled over by the epic scale of luxury and fun on board Royal Caribbean’s new Symphony ...

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Run, hike and swim: How to have an active weekend in Geneva

Local resident and extreme sportsman Dawa Sherpa shares his favourite routes.

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5 Los Angeles neighbourhoods where you can hang out with celebrities

Bump into an A-lister in these glitzy parts of town

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16 of the hottest summer reads

As holiday season begins, Hannah Stephenson flicks through the best books to to nab for the beach, plane or sun-lounger.

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Smoke and fire for West Cork Fit-up festival

She was Janet the brothel madam in Love/Hate, and now Mary Murray is on her way to some of Co Cork’s more remote venues to perform a play written by her father, ...

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Naked truth in Irish art

Francis Bacon is among the artists featuring in a major new exhibition of an eclectic range of nudes at Crawford in Cork, writes Ellie O’Byrne.

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Going on holidays? 7 tips for keeping your garden in shape while you’re away

Nobody wants to come home to shrivelled up pots and plants. Hannah Stephenson reveals some simple steps to limit the damage.

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These 5 award-winning garden photos will inspire you to get out your camera

As entries open for the 2019 RHS photographic competition, Hannah Stephenson finds out why judges chose this year’s winners.

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Richard Collins: Bold mothers seal the deal for pups

Some people are notorious risk-takers, others are wimps. Do animals have similar personality traits? Seal expert Christi Bubac, of the University of Alberta, thinks ...

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