Lifestyle in pictures
Letitia Kirwan celebrated her 90th birthday at the Royal Hotel recently surrounded by family and friends.
Mary Fogarty Athletes will cycle, run and swim for Suicide or Survive in a forthcoming community triathlon to raise money and awareness for their programmes.
The economy really must be looking up. While the rest of the gardening world is heading for the Phoenix Park, Tim Austen will be elsewhere during the Bloom festival this year - he is simply too busy to devote time to the showcase event in Dublin.
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a crowd estimated at between 2,700 and 3,000 people of all ages gathered on Bray seafront in the early hours of Saturday...News
A fascinating exhibition about a pioneer in Irish walking history took place in Enniskerry over the bank holiday weekend.News
The Bray Grow It Yourself (GIY) group will be discussing pests and diseases in the garden at its next meeting on Wednesday, May 20, at...News
Locals Wyvern Lingo as well as Wallis Bird, Delorentos and Sprink Break are some of the additions to the line-up as the final main...News
Singing and writing songs came as naturally as breathing to Sean Millar, whose older brother played in bands around Bray.News
A great-great grandmother celebrated her 90th birthday recently at the Royal Hotel.News
An Irish Guide Dog Fundraising evening will take place in the mermaid theatre on Monday,...News
A prosecution for theft against a Greystones resident has been referred to Wexford Circuit Court.News
Habemus Chamber Choir will perform at St Anne's Church in Shankill on Sunday, May 17.News