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Katherine’s Country: Facebook goes down
Katherine O'Leary
Getting older siblings and cousins to assist younger teenagers to engage with social media is the way forward, having seen the stir #Facebookdown caused last week, writes Katherine O’Leary.
16 October 2020
"Rev It Up" fundraiser for the Irish Kidney Association
Bree Vintage Club are holding a "Rev it Up" fundraiser for the Irish Kidney Association
23 September 2020 Ask Miriam
How can I stop my nosy neighbour from seeing all my posts on Facebook?
Having read last week's column, I have a similar problem with a neighbour
Where there's muck, there's luck
While his fans won't see him at the Ploughing Championships this year, Carlow singer Richie Kavanagh is still writing and recording songs from his home in Garyhill, writes Katriona Kinsella
9 September 2020 Features
‘Dog theft only happens because people are willing to buy dogs without papers’
A surge in dog thefts during lockdown is leaving families heartbroken, writes Pat O'Toole
1 August 2020 News
‘Dog theft only happens because people are willing to buy dogs without papers’
A surge in dog thefts during lockdown is leaving families heartbroken, writes Pat O'Toole
29 July 2020 Features
My Country Living: ‘Shiny metal disease I think they call it’
Declan Diver made his first model farm machine for his son Peter, and even though years have passed and Peter has grown up, this hobby has not only endured, but grown.
3 June 2020 Features
Make a splash with this year’s “Virtual Dip"
Make a splash with this year’s “Virtual Dip” in aid of Aoibheann's Pink Tie
3 June 2020 Features
Living Life: staying connected through dance
Declan Gavigan started the Social Dis-dancing Challenge and he tells Marcella Connolly how his video went viral
29 April 2020 Living Life
Avoid the lockdown blues and keep on moving!
Thirty minutes of activity a day will help alleviate stress and anxiety, according to the Institute of Public Health.
7 April 2020 Health
Men's Sheds: ‘You can’t call in, but you can call’
'Whether it’s a neighbour, family member or friend, we want people to pick up the phone and #CallThemForACuppa'.
1 April 2020 Craft
COVID-19: communities coming together to stay part
Although we have to keep our distance, communities around the country are coming together (while staying apart) to help vulnerable people. Here’s a flavour of what’s going on
18 March 2020 Features