Ann Devine: ‘The hassle and the money – we’re not even going to Mass’
Ann plays sleuth at the Stepping Stones ceremony above in the hall, writes Colm O’Regan.
12 June 2024 Features
It's all down to dad: Irish businesses who are keeping things in the family
Celebrating Father’s Day, three Irish businesses who are keeping it in the family talk about following in their father’s footsteps, writes Janine Kennedy and Ciara Leahy
12 June 2024 Editorial
Editorial: family working together
Families working together isn't always easy and there can be difficult days. However, there are also good days when its a privilege; its one to remember on Father's Day, writes Ciara Leahy.
Family carers ‘abandoned in a broken system’
With over 500,000 people caring for loved ones in the family home, the challenge of balancing care with the needs of the carer is a fight being fought behind closed doors, writes Jacqueline Hogge.
12 June 2024 Features
Wheely exciting summer: 10 ways to get active
Summer has arrived – here are 10 ways to get moving from fun runs and food walks to Pilates and pilgrim paths, writes Maria Moynihan.
5 June 2024 Features
Ask Miriam: ‘how do I reject my mother-in-law’s hand-me-downs?’
This week, Miriam hears from a mother-to-be who does not want to hurt her mother-in-law's feelings by rejecting her hand-me-downs.
5 June 2024 Ask Miriam
Show gardens that speak volumes
Each garden at Bloom tells a story and the concepts this year are strongly centred around family and health. Grace Hanna checks out some of the spectacular show gardens.
29 May 2024 Gardening
‘I lost my sight and everything went pure black – but I keep going’
Donegal man Paddy Gallagher lost his sight after a traffic accident in 2019, but he remains hopeful and positive about life. Read his inspiring story, told in his own words to Margaret Hawkins.
29 May 2024 Health
Ask Miriam: 'I don't want to ask my sister-in-law to be godmother'
This week, Miriam hears from a reader who does not want to ask her husband's only sister to be their baby's godmother.
15 May 2024 Ask Miriam
Katherine O'Leary: my heart skips a beat when I see the lights on next door
Tolerance and respect are necessary to allow any relationship to flourish and I continue to work on them with my own family as we begin a new era, writes Katherine O’Leary.
Editorial: WhatsApp group configurations
WhatsApp groups have become a sociological spectacle fusing all the different social permutations in your life, writes Ciara Leahy.
8 May 2024 Editorial
Magaret Leahy: the rain in Spain is not falling on the plains
We have too much rain while in Spain they have droughts. Irish growers are competing with Spanish imports and Spanish growers are competing with Moroccan imports, writes Margaret Leahy.
8 May 2024 Blog