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Artists around the country are offering their drawings in black and white so that kids off school can colour them in.
Chartered surveyors in Ireland have said coronavirus, Brexit and the makeup of the new government will have huge impacts on the commercial property market this year.
Galway eased their way into the All-Ireland U-20 semi final where Kerry will be the opponents, after a comprehensive triumph over Roscommon in the Connacht final at Tuam Stadium.
“It’s a lovely system. They thought of everything. You feel so secure here and cared for.”
The projections come as the issues of housing and homelessness continue to be hotly debated topics in the election campaign.
For the first time ever, students with visual impairments and print disabilities will now be able to access more than 500,000 academic books and resources in their preferred formats.
This clash saw Limerick progress to the next round of the FAI Cup at the expense of a brave Cobh Wanderers effort.
Dublin U20 manager Tom Gray expressed relief after surviving Galway’s spirited challenge in the Eirgrid All-Ireland football semi-final at Glennon Brothers Pearse Park.
More than a thousand GAA players will descent on Waterford from all continents this weekend for the third instalment of the Renault GAA World Games.
From a distance, the standout feature on this lacustrine island in Lady’s Island Lake, Co Wexford, is of a solitary Monterey pine tree which dominates the character of the island.
Eoin Bagnall scored eight points as Kildare saw off Laois in Portlaoise to book their place in the Leinster Minor Football final for the sixth time in seven years.
Jonathan Gill (37) was accused of kidnapping a Drogheda postal worker, his partner and their 10-week-old baby daughter before robbing €660,000 from the man's workplace. He denied all the charges.
A former self-described Zen failure, psychiatrist Dr Brendan Kelly resolved to meditate for 15 minutes every day. He shares the results of clearing the mind and gaining focus
A woman who was injured when she was a secondary school student travelling as a passenger in a car has been awarded €92,000 by the High Court against the driver.
A raucous Sportsground welcomed Connacht’s progression into the play-off stages of the PRO14 as their team turned in a bonus point performance in their most important game of the season so far.
Ireland needs a comprehensive programme, including prevention and intelligence measures, to combat all forms of extremism, a leading security expert says.
The couple behind one of the country's best-known independent publishers has decided to close the book on their working lives after 30-years in the business.
Welcome to Part I of The Munchies 2018, in which The Menu salutes some of the heroes and achievements of the culinary calendar. (Next week, Part II.)
The ladybird does much more than toxic pesticides you might be thinking of using, writes Peter Dowdall.
If I mention the race for the Áras, will you turn the page? You won’t? Many thanks.
Kerry 0-21 Galway 1-14
Esther N McCarthy picks po-faced pandas, pretty prints and shiny spoons this week.
What's big for food in the week ahead?
My gambling career, while undeniably short-lived, was pretty momentous.
Girls who start puberty earlier are more likely to be overweight as adults.
No wonder Johann van Graan looked downbeat.
Many of us tend to idealise life beside the ocean and imagine balmy summer evenings with the sea gently lapping nearby and a glorious sunset emblazoned on the sky, writes Dan MacCarthy.
Fiann Ó Nualláin offers simple, home remedies for prickly heat, heat cramps and heat exhaustion
IF YOU’RE seeking glowing praise for an artistic endeavour, Morrissey is unlikely to be in your top 10 list of cheerleaders.
EARLY this year when it was revealed that Garda statistics recorded almost 1m drink-driving tests that never took place even those brought up on a diet of Darby O’Gill and the Little People fantasy struggled to grasp what was going on.
Tommy Barker is taken by the many charms of Carewswood House, which has links to White House
An alleged 'tiger' kidnapper was seen buying a litre of milk at a petrol station in the early hours of the morning of the alleged offence, a jury has been told.
A car linked to an alleged tiger kidnapper was spotted by gardaí near the scene of the crime shortly beforehand, a trial has heard.
The jury in the trial of an alleged kidnapping and robbery has heard a distressed 999 call from the victim, whose 10-week-old baby had not been fed for 17 hours.
A woman has told a jury that raiders threatened her and her ten week old baby that they would “blow their heads off”.
A postal worker has described how he believed he would never see his partner and baby again during a kidnapping and robbery in County Louth.
A man has gone on trial charged with kidnapping a post office worker, his partner, and their baby before robbing over €600,000 from the man’s workplace.
man goes on trial charged with kidnapping post office worker and famiy
Restaurant critic AA Gill has died after a short battle with cancer, it has been announced. He was 62.
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