There have been so many twists and turns in Sanita Puspure’s life, from the moment she quit rowing in Latvia to when she ruled the world in Bulgaria last summer.
Wed, 02 Jan, 2019
Today is World Poetry Day, so Jonathan deBurca Butler asked a number of people to select their favourite work
Tue, 21 Mar, 2017
Were school days the happiest of your life? It all depends on your teachers, some well-known faces tell Olivia Kelleher
Fri, 26 Aug, 2016
Sat, 13 Aug, 2016
For nearly a decade the United Ireland newspaper was a propaganda vehicle for Charles Stewart Parnell. JP O’Malley on a new history of the publication
Tue, 02 Sep, 2014
Recovery in the Irish hotel and hospitality sector is to be analysed, parsed and predicted by Nine Wise Men, overseen by a male Fulbright scholar — with not a single woman speaker on the bill — at an Irish Hotels Federation seminar next week.
Thu, 05 Jun, 2014
Almost every aspect of the First World War and its impact on Ireland will be discussed at a free public conference at University College Cork next week.
Fri, 17 Jan, 2014
In the pantheon of Irish patriots, a higher place might, under different circumstances, have been reserved for James Fintan Lalor.
Wed, 18 Sep, 2013
Wed, 31 Jul, 2013
Turtle Bunbury is inviting you into his family’s stately home, Lisnavagh House, for a one-of-a-kind history festival,says Arlene Harris
Fri, 08 Jun, 2012
IT’S A bestseller in shops across the country, but it seems Dan Brown’s new book, The Lost Symbol, is causing more damage to the book industry than good.
Sat, 24 Oct, 2009
IN this, the age of the iPhone, YouTube and e-book, it is no wonder the traditional print and ink, bound and leather book is suffering.
Fri, 02 Oct, 2009
THE salaries paid to RTÉ’s high-profile broadcasters are a frequent topic of conversation at dinner tables and in pubs all over the country.
Sat, 31 Jan, 2009
Presenter John Kelly will be joining RTÉ’s Lyric FM this autumn in a new afternoon slot, it was confirmed tonight.
Thu, 13 Jul, 2006
AFTER Ryan Tubridy, can RTÉ Radio 1 get any more inane? Well, with its newly announced schedule, it just has.
Sat, 27 May, 2006
IT WAS his big chance to impress arts lovers but Taoiseach Bertie Ahern made a dog’s dinner of it by revealing a taste in music to make the critics whimper.
Tue, 03 Jan, 2006
We want to help you to connect with the people you love, but may not see, this Christmas. Every Saturday, in the weeks leading up to Christmas, we will publish your messages in print and online, starting November 28. Say it here, in the Irish Examiner.
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