Biodiversity: Creating a sanctuary in a haven
Amii McKeever
Mount Juliet is beautiful on any given day but blanketed in snow, it is even more magical. It is in this setting that Dan O'Neill gives Amii McKeever a tour to explore their rewilding activities.
2 February 2022 Around the country
Around the Country: an abundance of activities and destinations
Have no bike? Rent one. Don’t want to cycle? Take a hike. Bored? Explore an activity park. Not outdoorsy? Visit a gaol. Around this country, there is something for everyone, writes Ilka Denker
21 January 2022 News
Medical Poland facilitates student trip to Poland
Students interested in studying animal care or veterinary medicine will have the opportunity to get real-life experience of attending college in Poland on a trip this April, writes Ilka Denker.
The Front Row: no End(game) in sight for Les Mis viewings
After getting to see Endgame in the Abbey Theatre recently, Leo Powell is looking forward to rewatching Les Misérables in the Bord Gáis this year too.
19 January 2022 Living Life
‘The only message you got about sex was, you don’t do it’ – Eilish O’Carroll
Eilish O’Carroll talks to Anne O’Donoghue about her play, Live, Laugh, Love, which takes a humorous look at her life, including sex in Catholic Ireland and how she became Winnie in Mrs Brown’s Boys
27 October 2021 Living Life
Holidaying at home: vet day on Inis Mór so watch where you step (tourist!)
It’s often the people you meet along the way that make a holiday. Amii McKeever met some of the people behind your trip to the Aran Islands
25 August 2021 Features
‘Tourism has to work for the locals first’
The people of Dingle operate in a collegiate manner, most importantly: visitors enjoy themselves no matter which company they choose. After all, a rising tide lifts all ships, writes Amii McKeever.
4 August 2021 Features
Fercullen Irish whiskey, a new name from an ancient place
At 397ft, the Powerscourt Waterfall is the tallest in Ireland, formed over time much like Irish whiskeys. Joining in this proud tradition is the Powerscourt Distillery, writes Amii McKeever
16 June 2021 Features
A step back in agri time at Johnstown Castle
The surname Pierce is known far and wide across the agri-machinery industry. Emily Crowley got to grips with the history of Pierce's Foundry at the Agricultural Museum at Johnstown Castle and Gardens
9 June 2021 Features
Currach building with Peadar Macken
Traditional boat builder, Peadar Macken, has lived both country and city life in Glaway, but what connects both is his love of the sea. In conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
5 May 2021 Features
Living Life: scout’s honour
Scouting for Girls frontman, Roy Stride, talks to Anne O’Donoghue about the band’s new album, why they end their tours in Ireland and just how far back the bandmates go
28 April 2021 Living Life
Living Life: Hardy Buck Owen Colgan
Owen Colgan speaks to Anne O’Donoghue about growing up on the farm in Mayo, getting started with The Hardy Bucks and his stand-up comedy
7 April 2021 Living Life