Adventurer Gavan Hennigan's Journey From Junkie To Goliath Of Endurance Sports

The Huffington Post | Steven Hopkins | Posted 27.04.2017 | UK

He’d run hundreds of miles across the untouched wilderness of Canada’s Yukon-territory when the hallucinations took hold, but unlike other athlete...

Irish Broadcaster Alan Murphy Pens Juicy Celeb Filled Book

James Mahon | Posted 08.09.2016 | UK Entertainment
James Mahon

One man who has lived, seen and experienced it all, is Irish entertainment journalist Alan Murphy. The 34 year old will now spill the beans this weekend in a new book containing his top celeb interviews. The west of Ireland native has sat down with everyone from Charlize Theron and Enrique Iglesias to Louis Walsh and Janice Dickinson.

Biker Mice TV Show to Become Mobile Game for UK Fans

James Mahon | Posted 23.09.2016 | UK Tech
James Mahon

It has been more than 25 years since Channel 4 first aired a little known American kids TV show called Biker Mice From Mars. The series was a huge hit stateside and had reasonable ratings and favorable opinions amongst British children. In 2006 ITV brought it back for one more run to remind us all of the bravery of animated mice on bikes protecting their home planet.

The Big Switch-Switching Off and Switching Into You

Lisa Regan | Posted 20.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Regan

Taking the time for yourself can be seriously one of the most difficult tasks we all undertake each week. Some people love to be always engaged be it on line or with people 24/7, others are happy enough on their own and of course there are many who like the balance between both.

Breaking the Sugar Chain... Forever

Lisa Regan | Posted 12.04.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Regan

Ah but time and education is a great thing, when we all began to think and saw past the multimillion dollar advertising and marketing campaigns that helped us to choose low fat and literally cut the fat, it was not good to finally learn what we were putting into our bodies.

Falling in Love....

Lisa Regan | Posted 23.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Regan

The first class will always be hard and you will feel slightly at a disadvantage but not knowing the lay of the land. I remember a couple of years ago trying a step aerobics class, (now back then I didn't have the professional like rhythm I have now......)

Playing the Waiting Game

Lisa Regan | Posted 19.03.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Regan

Setting short term goals is very important; these help you to get closer to the long term goals you want to achieve down the line- as we know we cannot run before we walk. I think one of the major problems with us is that we want everything yesterday.

Learning Life's Lessons

Lisa Regan | Posted 07.02.2015 | UK Lifestyle
Lisa Regan

Now with all my infinite wisdom and 29 years I know that everything in this life that you want you must work and work incredibly hard at and for. I used to think I was good at working at my weaknesses but really what I would do was work at what I was good at and try and become great at that and completely neglect the things I found the toughest.

What Kind of Week Has It Been? 14 March 2014

Paddy Duffy | Posted 12.05.2014 | UK Politics
Paddy Duffy

The world is often a troubled place, and sometimes world leaders need to not just be strong, but also look strong to inspire confidence. At least that must be the rationale David Cameron was using, otherwise he's simply a vain lunatic with the presence of mind of a sloshed uncle at a wedding...

Boy, Three, Killed In Lift Accident

PA | Posted 23.01.2014 | UK

A three-year-old boy has died after a lift accident. Gardai and the Health and Safety Authority are investigating how the youngster died after beco...

Escape to Sizzling September Food Festivals | Posted 05.11.2013 | UK Lifestyle

Summer is almost over, and the nights are looming ever nearer: when September rolls round, many of us are already seeking to escape the onslaught of a British autumn. But whether you're in the mood for a short city break, or fancy a longer, luxurious getaway, why not make the most of the September harvest while on holiday?

Widower 'Forgives' Midwife Over Pregnant Wife's Death

PA | Posted 11.04.2013 | UK

The widower of an Indian woman who died following a miscarriage in hospital in Ireland said he forgives a midwife who said a termination was not possi...

We Shouldn't Need Martyrs for Abortion Reform in Ireland

Genevieve Shanahan | Posted 14.01.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Genevieve Shanahan

It is abhorrent that it should come to this. That we should need a martyr - Savita Halappanavar. Are the Irish people not smart enough that we might have heeded the warnings and stopped this tragedy before it happened?

Irish President Gives Youth Their Voice

Scott De Buitléir | Posted 14.11.2012 | UK Politics
Scott De Buitléir

Using the tagline 'Take Charge of Change,' Being Young and Irish is a series of seminars organised by President Higgins whereby people aged between 17 and 26 can have their say on where Ireland is going.

Feeling Connected: A Journey With My Irish Ancestors

Michaela Lydon | Posted 29.10.2012 | UK
Michaela Lydon

It was after my Granddad died in July 2010 that I began to become interested in researching my family history. One day I just realised that, even though I had lived with him for 20 years, I had never asked him about his parents or grandparents or what it was like growing up in Ireland in the 1930s.

'Ghost Of 19th Century Claddagh Nun' Photographed In Galway

Huffington Post UK | Sara C Nelson | Posted 17.02.2012 | UK

A photographer has captured a snap that appears to show the ghost of a 19th century nun in a historic Irish beauty spot. The image, published in t...

Murder Hunt For Irishman Who Faked His Death

PA | Posted 18.11.2011 | UK

Investigators are offering a "substantial" reward for help to track down an Irishman who faked his own death after the murder of a young art student. ...

Irish Man Dies Of Spontaneous Combustion, Coroner Rules

Posted 23.11.2011 | UK

A man who died near a fire had "spontaneously combusted", a coroner in Ireland has ruled. Michael Faherty, a 76-year-old pensioner in Galway, died ...

Irish Man Dies Of Spontaneous Combustion, Coroner Rules

Posted 23.11.2011 | UK

A man who died near a fire had "spontaneously combusted", a coroner in Ireland has ruled. Michael Faherty, a 76-year-old pensioner in Galway, died ...