Appliance Of Science: Why do we feel dizzy when we spin around?

Appliance Of Science: Why do we feel dizzy when we spin around?

We’ve all had that feeling at some stage as we step off fast amusement park ride, or simply spin around for fun; that feeling of dizziness and disorientation ...

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Here's what it's like to try burlesque dancing for the first time

Here's what it's like to try burlesque dancing for the first time

Nuala Woulfe decides to love the body she’s in and tries burlesque dancing this summer.

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How electric-powered kitchen appliances revolutionised life for rural Ireland's women in the 50s

How electric-powered kitchen appliances revolutionised life for rural Ireland's women in the 50s

A new exhibition reminds us how electric kitchen appliances revolutionised life for women in rural Ireland in the 1950s and ‘60s, in the wake of the ESB’s ...

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Palettes pack a punch: The travel must have

Palettes pack a punch: The travel must have

These handy product edits are so useful for travelling, says Katie Wright.

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Trend of the Week: Circling back to fashion's hottest retro print

Trend of the Week: Circling back to fashion's hottest retro print

Circle back to fashion's hottest retro print, says Annmarie O'Connor.

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What a difference a spray makes: 9 of the best facial mists for every skin type

What a difference a spray makes: 9 of the best facial mists for every skin type

A quick spritz can make all the difference to your complexion, says Katie Wright.

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Wine with Leslie Williams

Wine with Leslie Williams

As everyone except US president Donald Trump seems to know by now the climate is getting warmer and more unstable, and it seems likely this will have a major effect ...

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Restaurant Review: Stranded Cafe, Pizzeria & Wine Bar,  Garrylucas, Garretstown East, Kinsale

Restaurant Review: Stranded Cafe, Pizzeria & Wine Bar, Garrylucas, Garretstown East, Kinsale

Joe McNamee reviews the Stranded Cafe, Pizzeria & Wine Bar, Garrylucas, Garretstown East, Kinsale.

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The Menu with Joe McNamee

The Menu with Joe McNamee

The Menu has a hankering to make a return to the halls of Academe, particularly inspired by the prospect of a new Postgraduate Diploma in Irish Food Culture which ...

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My three-year-old got a wasp sting. Is there a remedy?

My three-year-old got a wasp sting. Is there a remedy?

What do you recommend for wasp stings? My three-year-old got a sting on his neck last week and was very distressed. I want to have a remedy on hand for future emergencies. ...

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Get The Look: Less is more when it comes to men's skincare

Get The Look: Less is more when it comes to men's skincare

When it comes to men’s skincare, less really is more, writes Rachel Marie Walsh.

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Operation Transformation dietitian Aoife Hearne on keeping thing simple post pregnancy

Operation Transformation dietitian Aoife Hearne on keeping thing simple post pregnancy

It’s not easy for busy new mothers to eat well, but following a few guidelines and avoiding extreme diets can go a long way, writes dietitian Aoife Hearne.

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Inside/ Out: Park life is looking up in LondonThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Inside/ Out: Park life is looking up in London

For bookworms and classic movie buffs, the notion of a London park will forever conjure up images of Mary Poppins with the Banks children in tow.

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Antiques & Fine Art: Your guide to what's on

Antiques & Fine Art: Your guide to what's on

Des O'Driscoll has you covered on what's on this weekend.

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DIY: Get ready for a natural high

DIY: Get ready for a natural high

Kya deLongchamps reports back on the performance of her photovoltaic array and wonders if it could handle the addition of an electric car

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America’s top space-age attractions to celebrate 50 years since the moon landing

America’s top space-age attractions to celebrate 50 years since the moon landing

Celebrate the anniversary by finding lift off without even leaving the earth, at these stateside visitor centres and museums, says Sarah Marshall.

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Cascais: The dreamy Portuguese seaside town you really need to know

Cascais: The dreamy Portuguese seaside town you really need to know

Close to Lisbon but far less crowded, this pleasant town is the ideal base for rest and relaxation, says Liz Ryan.

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Epiphany Review: Not a straightforward adaptation of Joyce’s scenario

Epiphany Review: Not a straightforward adaptation of Joyce’s scenario

Padraic Killeen reviews Epiphany from the Town Hall Theatre, Galway.

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Paul Muldoon has gathered a motley crew for an Eclectic PicnicThis story is enriched with multi-media content

Paul Muldoon has gathered a motley crew for an Eclectic Picnic

Paul Muldoon has gathered a motley crew of writers and musicians for a tour of Ireland, writes Alan O’Riordan.

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We Sell Books: ‘In some ways, the pace of life slowed as a result and people turned again to books’

We Sell Books: ‘In some ways, the pace of life slowed as a result and people turned again to books’

Cathal O’Donovan owns the Skibbereen Bookshop in Co Cork. It sells books, schoolbooks, art and craft materials and stationery and is located on the main street ...

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Dying art of the turf-cutter

Dying art of the turf-cutter

If you’re travelling country roads from West Cork to Co Donegal these days, you will almost certainly meet tractor trailers clamped high with black turf for ...

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We have a lot to learn about nature but pond newts a start

We have a lot to learn about nature but pond newts a start

Last Sunday afternoon, I went to see newts in a pond created by an ecologically-minded doctor and his family in West Cork.

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A little bit of nature a week is good for you

A little bit of nature a week is good for you

Trees along Dublin’s thoroughfares face a death sentence. In streets choked with vehicles, it’s proposed to cut them down so that buses can operate more ...

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