A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
After an hour touring the gardens and orchard of a local farmer, I feel I should share his knowledge of old apple varieties while it is still verdant in my mind.
Sun, 08 Sep, 2019
The new Bishop of Clonfert has said people of faith must prepare for a much changed world and become navigators of a new and ever deeper evangelisation.
Tue, 16 Jul, 2019
A massive surge in home-building is needed to stem the relentless rise in rents, latest rental market analysis shows.
Mon, 13 May, 2019
Irish people spent €208.2 million during Easter week as the grocery market saw record spending, according to new data.
Tue, 07 May, 2019
House prices are now 59% higher than at the lowest point of the economic crash.
Mon, 01 Apr, 2019
Harassment and fear “are part of daily life” for young women in Ireland, according to a children’s rights charity’s survey, published today to coincide with International Day of the Girl.
Thu, 11 Oct, 2018
Crime victim rates have fallen significantly in the last three years and more victims are reporting to gardaí, a survey shows.
Thu, 21 Jun, 2018
Having trouble passing your driving test? Go west.
Mon, 27 Nov, 2017
Ireland’s under-resourced programmes for those involved in domestic violence are failing victims and perpetrators by not focusing on the need for rehabilitation, according to one of the country’s most senior law lecturers.
Tue, 07 Nov, 2017
recalls the last time a hurricane hit with Debbie back in 1961, killing 15 people.
Thu, 19 Oct, 2017
takes a look at the evolution of Gaelic football.
Fri, 20 Jan, 2017
A €9m FAI football centre of excellence planned for Cork has been earmarked as a training camp for teams involved in Euro 2020.
Tue, 20 Dec, 2016
Wed, 05 Oct, 2016
Mon, 03 Oct, 2016
Farm land-rental markets remain subdued, a fact which the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland / Teagasc land report links closely to Brexit fears.
Wed, 18 May, 2016
Irish Examiner journalist Dan MacCarthy speaks to Irish Olympic medallist and Irish Sports Council chief executive John Treacy, as well as Collins Press publisher Con Collins about his new book, Cycling Munster – Great Road Routes
Tue, 12 Apr, 2016
Authorities and businesses in Cork are bracing themselves for flooding tomorrow with river water rising, a high tide and more rain expected.
Fri, 11 Dec, 2015
Auction action is set to gather pace in the coming two months, with agents DNG Creedon in Cork city entering the process with two multi-lot auctions in September and October.
Thu, 03 Sep, 2015
Galway remains the most idiosyncratic of Irish cities.pays a visit to Connaught’s capital.
Sat, 18 Jul, 2015
Thu, 28 May, 2015
Tue, 26 May, 2015
Thu, 26 Mar, 2015
Ownership of Irish property will continue to go overseas in 2015, according to estate agents, DTZ, who this week hosted regional briefings in Cork and Limerick.
Thu, 26 Feb, 2015
Mrs Brown’s Boys Christmas Special is on RTÉ One and BBC One on Christmas Day.
Sat, 20 Dec, 2014
So, the local authority budget was passed by the city council in Cork finally and the council saved from abolition. The theatrics that went on beforehand were just a charade.
Wed, 03 Dec, 2014
Ireland is an increasingly divided society between those who can live comfortably and those who are struggling, according to a new survey of consumers.
Wed, 26 Nov, 2014
The situation in this country needs to change. Provinces must have their own governance.
Wed, 08 Oct, 2014
With Dublin house prices described as an ‘uncomfortable boom’ and prices in commuter counties starting to rise, Fiachra Ó Cionnaith asks are we really headed for another property bubble?
Sat, 06 Sep, 2014
Eirgrid has said it will keep an open mind on the future of its Gridwest scheme after reopening the public consultation process to allow consideration of an underground option.
Tue, 24 Jun, 2014
IN Ringarogy, the peace and quiet of another era still reigns. The houses may be modern or modernised but on the lanes one rarely sees a car. There are few human artefacts to distract us from nature. Once, almost 800 people lived here; now, there are about 70. I can think of few more pleasant walks.
Mon, 05 May, 2014
Met Éireann is expected to issue a red alert as gale force winds of up to 130km/h, high tides, rain, sleet, hail, and thunder hit the country this weekend.
Fri, 31 Jan, 2014
The cost of renting property continues to rise across the country, and at a quicker rate in Dublin due to the shrinking number of properties available, according to new figures.
Mon, 11 Nov, 2013
Irish computer users may have lost up to €300m from cybercrime, according to a survey of 1,000 adults.
Sat, 09 Nov, 2013
When we read about an A-list designer, we assume their work is the pleasure of a privileged few.
Sat, 27 Jul, 2013
Ireland’s summer is set to continue for another week, according to Met Éireann.
Sat, 20 Jul, 2013
THE mad March hare season has arrived. Courtship for Ireland’s fastest mammal, the real ‘Easter bunny’, is a frantic business. Driven by the scent of females in heat, males chase prospective partners who fob them off in dramatic boxing matches.
Mon, 25 Mar, 2013
Weather warnings were in effect overnight as snow clouds rumbled inland off the south-west coast.
Mon, 21 Jan, 2013
Almost one in four Irish adults admits to selling unwanted presents online to earn some extra cash.
Thu, 03 Jan, 2013
BEFORE Christianity appropriated this time of year, the winter solstice on Dec 21 was one of the important dates in the Irish calendar.
Fri, 21 Dec, 2012
Bailed-out Allied Irish Banks (AIB) is to permanently shut down 44 of its branches across the country today.
Fri, 26 Oct, 2012