A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Leafing through a tome for 3.5 hours a week can add almost two years to your life, researchers have found.talks to people aged over 50 about their reading habits Reading by the book to expand your lifespan.
Sat, 06 Jul, 2019
selects three landmark George Nelson pieces.
Fri, 07 Jun, 2019
It’s that time of year again. Examinations are looming on the horizon and stress is a major concern for pupils and parents. The current assessment system at secondary schools, is for the most part, based on the production of well-researched and well-presented written information illustrating a good understanding of a particular topic.
Thu, 09 May, 2019
speaks to Wednesday Martin about her new book ‘Untrue’, which looks at women’s sexual drive and explains that our bedroom beliefs may not be true.
Mon, 29 Oct, 2018
Irish third-level colleges are the beach donkeys to the thoroughbreds of the US when it comes to funding, yet they persist in playing a global ratings game they cannot win, says
Mon, 27 Aug, 2018
Peter O’Keeffe can become the first man since Pádraig Harrington to complete a famous double after he saw off Kinsale’s John Murphy to reach the last 16 of the AIG Irish Amateur Close at the European Club.
Tue, 07 Aug, 2018
Because this seems to be a week (or two) of Peak Hurling, I thought it might be the ideal time to use the game in order to reenact a great old George Plimpton piece.
Mon, 06 Aug, 2018
Trump’s own supporters, though, will have been rocked by watching their man look like a traitor, writes
Mon, 23 Jul, 2018
The passion of supporters at the World Cup in Russia provides both hope and fear for politicians whose fate can rise or fall on the performance of the team, writes John Lloyd.
Mon, 02 Jul, 2018
Our decisions can be influenced by a complex matrix of forces, from parasites to genetics. explores how much control we really have over how we think and act.
Thu, 11 Jan, 2018
International business appeared almost impervious to the huge political tensions in Korea and the Gulf, as global shares soared and the rich got richer, writes
Tue, 26 Dec, 2017
When I left Ireland in the 1980s, it was because, at that time, Ireland felt like being inside a bubble where everyone looked the same, spoke the same, dressed the same, acted the same, ate the same, and thought the same says
Mon, 27 Nov, 2017
US President Donald Trump has picked a former top pharmaceutical and government executive to be his health and human services (HHS) secretary.
Mon, 13 Nov, 2017
reviews the life and internationally renowned work of Irish-American architect, Kevin Roche
Sat, 07 Oct, 2017
When Colm Cronin hopped, skipped and jumped 15.89 meters on June 26th 1977, little did the Leevale man realise his Irish triple jump record would remain peerless some 40 years later.
Mon, 26 Jun, 2017
With arrests of illegal immigrants in the US on the rise, more and more cities and college campuses are becoming sanctuaries, writes
Thu, 22 Jun, 2017
The group of Yale students were performing at The CAFE Festival in The Village Theatre.
Wed, 07 Jun, 2017
Long-time a maker of furniture for pubs, Monaghan Bros won a contract at Yale, writes
Mon, 29 May, 2017
Fri, 12 May, 2017
How do children with such an inherent concern for equity turn into internet trolls, asks
Mon, 01 May, 2017
As Donald Trump’s offspring feel the glare of world attention, looks at the fortunes of the other progeny of previous White House occupants
Tue, 25 Apr, 2017
Donald Trump has renewed his vow to stop radical terror groups and appeared to suggest he could move ahead with his campaign pledge to temporarily ban Muslim immigrants from coming to the US.
Thu, 22 Dec, 2016
There is a long history of the CIA briefing presidents-elect on foreign policy. Donald Trump has rebuffed the agency’s advice.asks why
Fri, 16 Dec, 2016
says that rather than drain the swamp as he promised in his election campaign, Donald Trump will actually bring more alligators with him next month.
Mon, 05 Dec, 2016
Sat, 05 Nov, 2016
Reality TV show 'The Apprentice', where the Republican candidate could write his own narrative, is key to understanding his rise, says .
Fri, 04 Nov, 2016
Visitors at Yale University's 315th commencement will notice something new on campus this year - gender-neutral toilets in 23 buildings.
Sat, 21 May, 2016
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Mon, 21 Dec, 2015
Carol O’Callaghan finds despite the lack of a national strategy, moves are being made to raise awareness of design at home and abroad.
Sat, 07 Nov, 2015
Tue, 13 Oct, 2015
So, the king’s tenure is dead — though long live JBM. Above all, long lives the kingmaker.
Tue, 01 Sep, 2015
As a rollercoaster week on the financial markets comes to an end, we appear to be right back where we started, writes .
Mon, 31 Aug, 2015
A facial reconstruction has been created in the hope of identifying a man found dead in woods in the west of Ireland last year.
Tue, 25 Aug, 2015
The past week has taken its toll on nearly everybody in Greece. What’s next, asks Europe Correspondentfrom Athens
Mon, 06 Jul, 2015
ON the morning I was to be married for the second time, I found myself going to my knees in the shower and praying: that my ex-husband would find love again ...”
Sat, 04 Jul, 2015
THIS latest work of fiction by the West Indies-born writer and Yale professor is as much a personal journey of discovery as it is a literary gem.
Sat, 18 Apr, 2015
Irish universities remain outside the world’s elite when it comes to reputation among global academics, according to the latest rankings.
Thu, 12 Mar, 2015
Ireland may face years more of damaging budget cuts because of the European Commission’s erroneous way of calculating structural deficits, a leading economist has said.
Tue, 13 Jan, 2015
We know about the stuff people like to hear. What about the stuff that people don’t like to hear? Paul Kimmage’s comments about rugby the weekend before last fall into that category.
Mon, 08 Dec, 2014