How walking can transform your life

Erling Kagge has trekked to both poles, including solo to the South, and through New York’s sewers, from the Bronx to the Atlantic. Who better to write a book ...

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A sneak preview of what we can expect at Center Parcs this summer

Center Parcs opens at Longford this summer. Vickie Maye visits the Woburn Park resort near London to see what Irish families can expect.

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Another day, another new label - will we ever reach ‘peak gin’?

As yet another new label is launched, Donal O’Keeffe raises a glass – and wonders if we’ll ever reach ‘peak gin’

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Little Mix singer Perrie Edwards is the newest face of sneaker brand Superga

The campaign is just about as summery as you can get, with bright white shoes to match.

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On the 6th anniversary of the Rana Plaza tragedy – how transparent are fashion brands being now?

The Fashion Transparency Index, out today, measures how open brands are about their environmental impact and human rights violations.

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As Taylor Swift goes all Victoriana at the Time Gala – 3 times she’s made a splash on the red carpet

The popstar is expected to release new music at the end of the week.

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Interested in Russian cuisine? These are the 8 ingredients to get your head around

Ella Walker speaks to Russian cookbook author Alissa Timoshkina about the key items to stock up on.

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Foodies share hilarious ideas on Twitter using #mycookbookiscalled

Let the self-deprecation commence.

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Parkinson's: four unusual signs you may be at risk

Do you move around a lot during your sleep? Or have you lost your sense of smell? New insights into Parkinson’s disease suggest that these might be the early ...

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5 ways to improve your family’s eating habits on holiday

It’s easy to fall into bad eating habits abroad – especially when travelling with children. Thomas Cook share tips on how eat healthy when away.

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Want to cut down on sugar? Experts reveal how to slash your intake in 6 simple steps

We all know too much sugar is bad for us – but quitting the habit is hard. Liz Connor asks experts for their top handy hints.

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Decluttering? Top organiser Sarah Reynolds shows you how

Now we’re in full flow nesting season, it’s the perfect time to tidy up our domestic eyesores and put plans in place for future easy, stress-free maintenance, ...

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Design/life: Aileen Lee profiles Andrew Pain of Black Hen Designs

Aileen Lee meets Andrew Pain, the Co-founder of Black Hen Designs

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Hats off to Dali: Exhibition shows largest collection of artist's work in Ireland

Eve Kelliher takes a look at what’s happening in the worlds of art, interiors and gardening.

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Why Stargazing Pods at Alton Towers are out of this world

Roger Crow enjoys an overnight stay in the theme park’s new affordable cabins and gives his verdict.

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The Lost World: Otherworldly beauty in La Palma

For top-class food and drink, and also for its otherworldly beauty, it’s well worth making the connection to La Palma in the Canaries, writes Sam Boland.

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Sony Photography Awards: As the winners are announced, here’s 10 top travel shots

Swerving swordfish, sling-wielding protesters, and a snap of a Scottish ferry.

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Jon Ronson's adventures in the porn industry

Writer and podcaster Jon Ronson will be in Ireland to talk about his immersion in the adult film industry, writes Ellie O’Byrne

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Limerick is once again coming up with some innovative new artistic ventures

A new company, Opera Workshop is establishing itself as a focal point for local singers and musicians interested in experimenting with the genre.

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Joe Jackson: rolling back the years in Cork

Joe Jackson rolled back the years with a brilliant gig at Cork Opera House, writes Des O'Driscoll.

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Time to cherish our trees

HAVING a little time to spare on a visit to Cork last week, a walk into the UCC campus from the Western Road side was an enticing option. The freshly-greening trees ...

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Marginal ring ouzel could be next to disappear

WE WORRY that curlews and corncrakes are disappearing, but other species are going to the wall unlamented.

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Wealth inequality behind the extinction of mammals

IIN January 2019, Oxfam published figures showing that the 26 richest billionaires on earth own the same wealth as the 3.8bn people who make up the poorest half ...

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