We are the stories we read, the shows we watch and the films we see. Together they form a big part of our grand cultural narrative.
As the film awards season heats up with the Golden Globes on Sunday, Esther McCarthy assesses this year’s runners and riders.
Diana Ross will be 76 by the time she crosses the Atlantic for pre-Glastonbury gigs at the Marquee in Cork
Audrey's been sorting out Cork people for ages.
Prosecco may be Italy’s answer to Champagne, but is it a girly drink or a serious business? Ellie O’Byrne raises a flute at a masterclass at Ireland’s first Prosecco festival.
There was no exceptional candidate in a presidential field with three waffling Dragons. If this was a worthwhile exercise in democracy, we’re in trouble, writes Michael Clifford.
Wexford Youths striker Rianna Jarrett has put her injury nightmare behind her to earn a recall to the Ireland women’s squad for the first time since she made her senior debut against Italy in the Cyprus Cup in April 2016.
The Irish player of the year had missed the matches against Slovakia and the Netherlands in April with a broken collarbone.
The school holidays are nearly here and with it being so cold outside, it can be a challenge entertaining kids every day for two weeks.
Children should help with housework, as it will teach them discipline, independence, respect, and a sense of belonging, says Áilín Quinlan
The 21-year-old suffered serious head injuries after being hit by a car in Bristol, on April 28.
Harriet Shelley spent a week stabilised in intensive care after suffering serious head injuries but sadly she passed away today.
* The Truth According to Arthur by Tim Hopgood (Bloomsbury, €8.40)
Should kids be allowed into pubs to watch matches, or is it better to keep them at home? Two mums debate the issue
A mother in England got a little extra in her Tesco shopping yesterday.
USA: A love triangle between bald eagles that played out before thousands of fans on a live webcam has ended badly in Florida with the death of Ozzie, longtime mate of Harriet, according to a Florida wildlife clinic.
Here's what to watch on tonight's TV.
Dzogchen Beara Retreat Centre offers relaxation and stunning views as Hilary Fennel discovered over a week’s retreat.
Amy Lewis speaks to professionals, parents and former sufferers of eating disorders about how they can be healed.
Gardaí and the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS) have launched an investigation into the fatal shooting of a protected species of bird in Kerry.
EMMERDALE’S Ruby Haswell dreamt of a big white wedding, so the soap’s costume department gave the character a stunning, sweetheart-necklined, full-skirted confection for her nuptials to Ali Spencer.
Planning permission has been granted for a 14.5m-high Tibetan Buddhist temple overlooking the Atlantic.
A spoiler-free guide to the tellybox tonight.
A guitar that John Lennon played on the recording of The Beatles song Paperback Writer is expected to fetch up to $1m at auction.
Check out our spoiler-free tips on what?s best to watch on TV tonight.
Check out our spoiler-free guide to what to watch on TV tonight.
Check out our spolier-free guide to what's good to watch tonight.
Gone With The Wind author Margaret Mitchell has been crowned the queen of the literary put-down in a new poll.
The Irishman whose device for measuring wind became the standard, harboured a deep secret at home, says Robert Hume
The Small Hours
A set of 18-month-old British twins have been sent polling cards to vote in police elections.
REACHING a 500th episode is an enormous milestone in TV.
Declan Burke casts a critical eye over this week’s new releases
A socially awkward fisheries expert reels in a spirited soul-mate in Lasse Hallstrom’s unabashedly feel-good confection, based on the novel by Paul Torday.
Familiarity breeds nagging comparisons rather than contempt in David Fincher’s English-language remake of Niels Arden Oplev’s acclaimed crime thriller, adapted from the best-seller by Stieg Larsson.
No cuts to carers payments and a national carers' strategy - that's what carers are asking the Government for today.
A 178-year-old tortoise is believed to be the world's oldest living animal.
Amanda Brobyn was a bank manager. Regional manager for all the business and commercial sectors for a very large bank in Northern Ireland, she gave it all up for her writing.
Michael Jackson’s family lawyer today rejected claims from child star Mark Lester that he could be the biological father of the pop legend’s daughter Paris.
FORMER child acting star Mark Lester has said in a British newspaper that he donated sperm to Michael Jackson and believes he could be the biological father of the late singer’s daughter, Paris.
Former child star Mark Lester revealed today that he donated sperm to Michael Jackson and believes he could be the biological father of the late King of Pop’s daughter Paris.
A mother who discovered a tumour while pregnant was saved by her unborn twins.
The family of Steve “Crocodile Hunter” Irwin asked for privacy today, on the first anniversary of the Australian TV presenter and environmentalist’s tragic death.
ACCORDING to the Examiner of June 26, the light died, last month, for the oldest known living animal.
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