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Ireland shares a sad tradition of being forced to flee our country
Amii McKeever
As a people, we can relate to being forced to leave our country, on the feast day of one of Ireland early refugees, St Patrick, we sadly welcome those who do not wish to come.
2 March 2022 Health
Health: vital support group for ICU patients in recovery
ICU numbers hit the headlines every day during the pandemic but what is the reality of being that ill, whatever the cause, and what supports do ICU patients need afterwards? asks Margaret Hawkins.
11 August 2021 Living Life
Hurling in Leitrim and Dublin with Zak Moradi
From Iran to Iraq and Leitrim to Dublin, Zak Mordai has country roots and city branches. He speaks to Anne O’Donoghue about moving to Ireland, small v big counties in the GAA and his farming family.
Rape crisis support services more vital than ever
The number of calls to the Rape Crisis Midwest more than doubled during the pandemic, proving that it’s as important as ever to people in need, writes Hannah Quinn Mulligan
4 November 2020 Features
"Rev It Up" fundraiser for the Irish Kidney Association
Bree Vintage Club are holding a "Rev it Up" fundraiser for the Irish Kidney Association
16 October 2020
Healthbytes
A survey wants to hear from Parkinson’s patients, the dangers of sepsis, AWARE’s new chairty partner, computer eye strain and more discussed by Maragaret Hawkins
23 September 2020 Health
My Country Living: a couple that is ‘one in a melon’
Margaret and PJ English, farmers, veg shop owners and general Clogheen activists. With great banter between them, they tell Amii McKeever about keeping the town going. A couple every local town needs.
3 August 2020 News
My Country Living: a couple that is ‘one in a melon’
Margaret and PJ English, farmers, veg shop owners and general Clogheen activists. With great banter between them, they tell Amii McKeever about keeping the town going. A couple every local town needs
29 July 2020 Features
The reign of King Neptune
In part two of our series on heroic and remarkable animals, Con McGrath profiles the pig who raised 19 million dollars for the US Navy during World War II.
29 July 2020 Features
Men's Sheds: emergency fundraising appeal launched for sheds
With many sheds across Ireland losing funds as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, there has been a call for help to keep the shed doors open
27 May 2020 Craft
No Need to Panic: supporting your local hospice
With many charities losing their largest fundraising opportunities due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Janine Kennedy explores ways we can support them from home.
13 May 2020 Health
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