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Know your holiday rights
Ciara Leahy
Flyers Beware! Knowing your consumer rights is the new holiday essential. The Consumer and Competition Protection Commission (CCPC) has this advice.
18 May 2022 Amii
Is the grand tour trip now a thing of the past?
The origins of modern day tourism are centuries old. People have travelled to learn, to relax and to escape but will the affordable travel we have become accustomed to last?
6 April 2022 Features
Living Life: travel tips from the experts
Looking forward to travelling again? Maria Moynihan talks to those in the know for their top tips for staycations, city breaks and summer holidays
Consumer Watch: better to be safe than sorry
Make sure your dream holiday doesn’t become a disaster by booking your travel insurance, as soon as you book your flights, writes Ciara Leahy.
30 March 2022 Consumer
Travel Dubai: a trip to the desert
In Dubai everything is certainly bigger, but as a holiday destination is it better? Anne O’Donoghue paid a visit to the desert and found out.
23 March 2022 Travel
Katherine’s Country: what would we do?
War is making us uneasy. It is impacting our lives in so many ways and farmers are worried about the future, writes Katherine O’Leary.
15 March 2022 Katherine O'Leary
Expo 2020: Ireland and the world stage
Anne O’Donoghue recently paid a visit to Expo 2020 in Dubai, but what exactly is it and what is its significance for Ireland?
15 March 2022 Travel
Making staycationing with a baby, child’s play
Globe trotter-turned-staycationer Maria Moynihan shares some of her favourite finds when it comes to hotel stays with a baby.
23 February 2022 Travel
Endearing Engines: when a train ride was a type of time travel
As part of his Endearing Engines series, Pat McCarrick recalls his first ever trip on the train.
16 February 2022 Features
Fiddle making in Co Armagh
Fiddle maker Paul Bradley has been immersed in traditional music his whole life. He discusses Irish music and fiddle making, in conversation with Anne O’Donoghue.
9 February 2022 Features
Damien’s Diary: it feels good to be back
While we haven’t been completely devoid of sport the past two years, for Damien O’Reilly the GAA action last weekend was a very welcome sight.
2 February 2022 Damien O'Reilly
Meet the Mayo woman aiming to be the first Irish person in space
Norah Patten was first bitten by the space bug on a trip to NASA as a young girl. Years later she is as determined as ever to be the first Irish person in space, writes Anne O’Donoghue
26 January 2022 Living Life