Everyday objects can have fascinating histories in their own right and are worth a closer peek as a new book advises, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler
About 12,000 people are diagnosed with skin cancer in Ireland every year. Jonathan deBurca Butler visits Boots’ mole screening service where moles are scanned and the results sent away to British labs.
A new pub enjoys cool vibes and tasty drinks with a difference — there’s no alcohol. Jonathan deBurca Butler samples the atmosphere at the innovative Dublin establishment.
Today is International Jazz Day. To mark the occasion, Jonathan deBurca Butler asked some well-known fans and musicians about their love of the genre.
Some of the ace faces of the Irish scene tell Jonathan deBurca Butler about their musical highlights of 2017.
New research shows we can teach our children to be tenacious from an early age, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler
After the phenomenal success of ‘One’, Sarah Crossan is back with a new book about the death penalty. Jonathan deBurca Butler meets the award-winning author.
Emojis are sprinkled through 92% of the world’s 3.2bn internet users’ virtual messages. Jonathan deBurca Butler meets the Irish man who’s helping us make sense of them all
Manchán Magan is in the midst of a new radio series that taps into the weird and wonderful aspects of Ireland’s natural heritage, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler.
Catch up on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com this morning.
As holiday season kicks into gear, a number of broadcasters and authors tell Jonathan deBurca Butler which books they’ll be packing in their suitcase.
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Two decades after the first Harry Potter book, the spell is unbroken, says Jonathan deBurca Butler.
The Dublin Cookie Co is a mix of old traditions and an entrepreneurial approach, says Jonathan deBurca Butler
Only two episodes in, and already locals in Dunmore East are noticing an increase in tourist numbers, says Jonathan deBurca Butler.
English brewery Sam Smith’s will no longer tolerate swearing on its premises, not from customers or staff. It remains to be seen if this will affect sales, says Jonathan deBurca Butler
Ian Dury would have been 75 today. Jonathan deBurca Butler looks back on the life of one of the unique talents of the new wave era
Less than 10% of general nurses are males. Jonathan deBurca Butler asks why.
Irish men are shedding their inhibitions and hitting the dance floor, thanks to the success of TV shows like Dancing with the Stars, says Jonathan deBurca Butler
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Jonathan deBurca Butler joined a group of more than 50 people in Dublin to walk on fire to support the work of charity Debra Ireland
Gerald Fleming may be gone from our TV screens, but he’s as busy as ever generating forecasts from Met Éireann HQ. Jonathan deBurca Butler visits on World Meteorological Day.
On this day in 1997, divorce was legalised in Ireland. Jonathan deBurca Butler looks at how we’ve fared since
As computers get creative, a new exhibition addresses the blurring of the lines between humanity and the digital world, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler.
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Moving home with kids in tow proved stressful and, to be frank, emotional. But not at all in the ways Jonathan deBurca Butler expected. Here he shares some of that journey.
There’s no harm in wishing for a better year than the procession of misery served up by 2016, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler
At 73, the veteran singer still loves the buzz of playing to a live audience, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler.
If he’d lived, Jeff Buckley would have been 50 next week, writes Jonathan deBurca Butler
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