Over 50,000 people across Ireland have come together to join a coronavirus support group on Facebook.
I had planned to be gorging on sunshine and hummus in Beirut this week but instead I’m stressing about social distancing alongside an Aldi conveyer belt.
After a grocery shop and pharmacy run, many people were nipping into craft shops or toy shops to pick up some “essentials”.
Facebook has admitted it may ‘make more mistakes’ and take longer to remove inaccurate and offensive posts on its website due to its staff working remotely.
How do designers represent women at a time when ongoing injustices against them have reached fever pitch? Paul McLauchlan explores the catwalk in the #MeToo era.
The World Health Organisation (WHO) has engaged the help of tech giants like Facebook, Twitter and Google to aid in its efforts to eliminate fake news but the battle is becoming more difficult.
The 18-year-old super-featherweight from Dripsey has signed a deal with Sheer Sports Management.
Cigarette-maker Philip Morris has broken its own policy in marketing its smoking alternative — the tobacco-heating IQOS — to people younger than 25, says Chris Kirkham
At this point, if we are talking about a collective consciousness and how to move forward, lets go back to basics and talk about what we teach our children and what we were taught ourselves, writes Alison Curtis.
It’s not very surprising that Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg’s state-visit-style trip to Brussels got a pretty chilly reception from EU officials.
The footwear label with a social conscience that piqued Megan Markle’s interest is going global, writes Paul McLauchlan
Children's rights groups are calling for the establishment of a Digital Safety Officer to protect children online.
Irish service Legit Fit aims to save fitness professionals an average of four hours a week and is set to expand into the UK
Phillip Schofield has said he is “coming to terms with the fact I am gay” in a statement on Instagram.
Aileen Lee talks with woodturner William McHutcheon.
Aileen Lee chats to Anouk O’Connell, co-founder of Olannmor
It’s not only a new year but also a whole new decade. As we enter the 20s it can be tempting to be savage with our spring-cleans especially when it comes to our wardrobes.
Using paint to upcycle? Kya deLongchamps makes the case for milk and chalk varieties.
Anyone thinking of vamping up their interiors this year should take a look at Instagram where certain looks and accessories are trending along with gorgeous pictures for inspiration, writes Carol O’Callaghan.
2019 has been a big year for warm colour and sequins on the red carpet.
The US has banned the Chinese company on the basis that it will use its hardware to spy, so it should do the same to the American social media giants, says Ngaire Woods.
Electric Picnic, Brexit, Gay Byrne and Munster Rugby were just some of the most talked about moments on Facebook in Ireland this year.
Aileen Lee meets interior designer Jackie Tyrrell.
OUR fascination with interiors inspiration (in print, online and of course in the likes of social media sites like Pinterest and Instagram) is not going anywhere any time soon.
A woman has told a jury of the moment she faced a gunman in her garden, who fired two shots as she fled her home.
She made her name as a TV and radio presenter, but Laura Whitmore is about to make her big screen debut, as actress and screenwriter, writes Esther McCarthy.
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