'It's actually laughable' - €330,000 price tag for tiny 'maisonette' in Dublin has people talking
A tiny 474-square-foot maisonette home has come onto the market for €330,000 in Dublin.
A tiny 474-square-foot maisonette home has come onto the market for €330,000 in Dublin.
Northern Irish chef Clare Smyth has been named “best female chef" in the world at the World’s 50 Best Restaurants awards.
An Irish private investigator and veteran senior detective has lifted the lid on how couples who...
One of Ireland’s top chefs, Kevin Dundon has blazed a trail on the Irish food scene since he...
Time for all the Dads across Ireland to put their feet up this weekend!
Meghan Markle, David Beckham and top Irish chefs like Kevin Dundon, Ross Lewis and Neven Maguire have all given it their seal of approval.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is now so common that 80 per cent of Irish men and women will get the virus at some point in their lives.
The very mention of Ballymaloe Country House hotel brings to mind numerous famous faces.
Irish chef Myrtle Allen has died aged 94, her family has confirmed.
One in five primary school children in Ireland experience general anxiety, according to their parents, and one in four experience “low moods”.
A dietitian has revealed that some dairy-free milks aren’t as healthy as people might think.
A festival devoted to crisps will take place in Dublin next week.
When children watched web-based educational games that included talking cartoon pizzas and broccoli, they were less likely to add salt to...
"A professional sportsman has to lead a selfish life, but it’s not fair on my family for me to keep doing this while precious time ebbs away with me in one country and they in another."
Summer. The season of sun, sea and sneezes.
Gin's popularity is full steam ahead in Ireland, and flavoured gins are being touted as the drink of the summer.
A new shot containing activated charcoal, which claims to detox the body, has hit Irish shelves.
An Irish dietitian has described the fight against misinformation about food and nutrition as “difficult”.
“This year, Ireland empowered us women," says Anuja Patwarden.
Game of Throne actor Liam Cunningham was in Taste Of Dublin today enjoying some down time before he returns to set to finish filming the HBO epic-fantasy series.
RTE presenter and proud gaeilgeoir Maura Derrane has admitted that doesn’t speak her native language with her four-year-old son.
When Britain's Prince George was pictured playing with a toy gun, a toy knife and handcuffs at the weekend, it sparked a reaction from two separate camps.
“I was at the end of the garden doing a bit of gardening and he was sitting in a chair. I turned around and saw him get up and I thought he was gone to the bathroom. When he didn’t come back I went in and I saw the front door open and the gate open.”
Irish chefs and restaurateurs who worked with TV chef Anthony Bourdain in 2012 have paid tribute to the star after his death at the age of 61.
A chain of Dublin restaurants, cafes and bars has phased out single-use plastic straws completely.
London's The Ivy restaurant is one of Britain's best known celebrity hangouts, enjoyed by the likes of Victoria and David Beckham, model Kate Moss, and Britain's Queen Elizabeth and Prince Harry.
Irish TV chef Adrian Martin has opened up about how a bad experience working under a 'bully' in a kitchen caused him to break down and reassess his career options.
"When I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), no one wanted to hire me. I went from always having a job and working all over the world."
University of Limerick's entire campus is to be designated smoke and vape free from Friday.
The Irish schools’ science curriculum needs to change to properly engage children, according to an Irish engineer who was named in the Forbes 30 Under 30 list of Europe’s brightest young minds in science and medicine.
First Holy Communion celebrations are big affairs for many Irish families, with some parents spending anything over €195 for kids’ entertainment alone.
Two Irish women who make a range of healthy ice-pops from cold-pressed vegetable and fruit juices are set to export their range to the UK in September.
A “courageous” campaigner for motor neurone disease has died, five years after she was diagnosed with the condition.
“Just by clever design, being a little bit clever about how you use a space, you can get a lot of functionality in.”
Irish singer and Senator Frances Black gave up alcohol when she was 28 years old and entered into a rehabilitation programme for 15 months
“I’m just off this morning’s ferry, a red eye as they say, in two transit vans, moving back to Ireland. What better way to do it.”
The well-known Happy Pear twins Stephen and David Flynn have built their thriving food business around the ideals of health and happiness.
Fine Gael’s youngest TD Noel Rock dropped three stone recently after taking on a new health regime.
RTE star Ryan Tubridy was so moved by a teacher's note to her students ahead of their exams recently that he read the letter to his radio listeners yesterday.
BBC presenter Rachael Bland has revealed that she has incurable cancer.
TV architect Dermot Bannon has a few pet hates when it comes to house design.
Irish celebrities will share the catwalk with models with disabilities to raise funds for a special education school in Wicklow next week.
When Irish comedy writer Stefanie Preissner had a fake grass carpet fitted on her stairs, she asked for Dermot Bannon’s opinion on the revamp.
This is the €1.48million pad that UFC star Conor McGregor has reportedly bought in Marbella in Spain.
Reality TV star Khloe Kardashian shared her first video of her one-month-old daughter True on Instgram this weekend.
For one in six couples in Ireland, the possibility of conceiving a baby may not be as easy as they’d hoped.
British broadcaster Davina McCall held back her tears yesterday in Dublin as she candidly told a festival audience about her “dark times" and achieving resilience.
British model Danielle Lloyd received widespread praise in recent weeks when she broke her silence on how incontinence blighted her life for seven years.
"We are the first generation to feel the effect of climate change and the last generation who can do something about it."
TV3 star Andrea Hayes has spoken of how she didn't think she'd have a second baby when doctors turned her away from IVF.
Pest control firm Rentokil says it has experienced a 69pc increase in callouts to treat ant infestations since January.
Architect Dermot Bannon has paid tribute to an "amazing" teenager who stole the heart of the nation with his appearance on 'Room To Improve' and who sadly died at the weekend following an accident.
Former Great British Bake Off winner Candice Brown is one of the personalities headlining the Taste of Dublin festival next month.
ARCHITECT Dermot Bannon has paid tribute to an "amazing" teenager who stole the heart of the nation with his appearance on 'Room To Improve' and who has sadly passed away following an accident.
“I felt like I was a plague that only caused harm. Something in my brain kind of snapped and I became acutely suicidal.”
Children’s Minister Katherine Zappone is examining proposals to introduce 'baby boxes' for parents of every newborn baby in Ireland, as part of a strategy to increase Ireland’s birth rate.
Businesswoman Marissa Carter has opened up about how she suffered three miscarriages before she had her two children.
The phenomenon that is Riverdance arrived at a dementia day care centre yesterday in Dublin to give a free thunderclap performance yesterday for service users.
A 104-year-old man left Australia for Switzerland this week to end his life, saying he regrets living until the age of 104.
A Dublin city hotel has designed a special cocktail to celebrate the upcoming British royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
A new pink gin has hit the market.
Only 7 per cent of asthmatics know all the symptoms of an asthma attack, according to the Asthma Society of Ireland (ASI).
Two Irish friends who have had their own personal experiences with mental health issues have started an Instagram page to make people smile.
“That’s what I always wanted to be - an air hostess. It was really nice in those days because travel wasn’t open to many people. It was so exciting.”
When a shortage of student accommodation became an issue in Copenhagen in Denmark five years ago, a housing start-up decided it had the answer.
“I was just about to turn three, and my brother had just turned five. My dad got a diagnosis of lung cancer at Easter weekend and passed away on the 1st of May.”
The close friend of a courageous 22-year-old blogger who died last year of a rare cancer has paid tribute to her and is now organising a fundraiser in her name.
Deliciously Ella founder, Ella Mills, will appear at next month’s WellFest along with Irish sport stars Anna Geary and David Gillick.
When RTE presenter Kathryn Thomas posted an honest, hazy night time photo on Instagram of herself and her one-month-old daughter Ellie in bed yesterday, she sparked a huge response.
An Irish bar serving a sustainably-minded drinks menu is opening in Dublin this week.
Met Éireann meterologist Joanna Donnelly has revealed that she has been battling the “debilitating” condition of insomnia for three decades.
Broadcaster Sile Seoige describes motherhood as a simultaneous mix of “magic” and “challenge”.
A 23-year-old woman who was diagnosed with melanoma earlier this year has urged people to get their skin checked, no matter their age.
Newstalk’s Sean Moncrieff paid tribute to one its most loved contributors, psychologist David Carey, yesterday.
Two thirds of 14 and 16-year-olds in Amsterdam walk or cycle to school.
Jeanderson Castro, one of Ireland’s promising mixed martial arts stars, bears a big tattoo on the base of his back.
Sinead O’Toole’s son Daniel (10) has a mild form of autism. He has language delay, and his behaviour can be unpredictable when he becomes overwhelmed.
“It took just 15 minutes for my life to end and my existence to begin.”
Funeral customs in Ireland are evolving with time. Keening has disappeared; the Banshee is no longer the harbinger of death; and cremations and civil burials are becoming more common. So too are pared-back Catholic burials without the “removal” ceremony. You can even be buried under a tree if you want to be.
A food, art and music mini-festival is hitting three venues in Dublin from tonight.
“People ask for very simple things. We sometimes imagine people would ask for the moon. They don’t. They ask for simple things. They ask for the sister they haven’t spoken to.”
Irish people spend more money on junk food than they do on fresh fruits and vegetables, according to a new survey.
“The most frightening thing I found was going blind, because you’re never told about anything like that.”
A large Irish country estate and mansion, Castletown Cox in Co Kilkenny, has been sold to an international buyer for more than €20 million.
RTE sports broadcaster Evanne NÍ Chuilinn and musician Niall Breslin are among a whole host of names who are appearing in a short video to highlight that how we treat each other is a matter of life and death.
Irish actress Aoihín Garrihy and her broadcaster sister Doireann grew up in a household, they say, where communication was key.
Irish actress Aoibhin Garrihy is the picture of health in her seventh month of pregnancy.
A proposal calling for alcohol testing during pregnancy was passed at the Irish Medical Organisation’s annual conference last weekend.
An Irish student who is hitch hiking around Ireland with a microwave is aiming to raise €10,000 for a mental health charity.
Irish theme park Tayto Park will hold an autism-friendly morning next week.
The newly crowned Tipperary Rose has paid tribute to her late grandfather who lost his battle with kidney failure six years ago.
A 38-year old female rugby player who lost six stone by giving up junk food and takeaways says she believes the sugar tax will disincentivise children from buying fizzy drinks.
A new initiative is being rolled out across Supervalus around the country to make its outlets more “autism-friendly”.
Apparently even the prospect of meeting his dream clients makes TV architect Dermot Bannon “incredibly nervous”.
“We don’t have indigenous wine, we have indigenous beer, and we could be eating it with our Irish food.”
One Dublin mother and her two-year-old daughter have shot to fame on social media thanks to their uplifting sense of fashion.
Home of the Year architect Patrick Bradley is no stranger to TV. And he’s an expert is house design.
Musician and charity campaigner Bob Geldof will appear on tonight’s Late Late Show.
An architect who designed a family home in the middle of a woods in Co Clare has won this week’s episode of Home of the Year.
Ireland's first nudist-friendly beach is to be established in South Dublin.
“It was very emotional for my mother to see me walking down the aisle. Maybe she didn’t think when I was born that it would happen.”
Snack sized avocados have arrived in Ireland.
A seven year-old girl has donated her hair to raise almost €1,000 for sick children in Crumlin hospital.
A seaside house in West Cork - where the sea and nature are visible from every room - won this week's episode of Home of the Year.
Two Irish parents signed an adoption order yesterday, allowing them to formally adopt their son Sean - more than 17 years after they first fostered him.
A new boutique community style of rental accommodation is opening in Dublin this month.
TV architect Dermot Bannon took on one of his most creative challenges on last Sunday’s Room to Improve.
“I was 18 when I got my first tattoo, and it was done by a friend of mine who was an apprentice and I said I’d let her practice on me. It was a little cat on my shoulder, which I still have.”
50pc of Irish people have never eaten coddle - and a further 10pc have never even heard of it, according to new research.
A renovated 18th century mill-turned-home won tonight’s episode of Home of the Year.
TDs and Senators will now be allowed to breastfeed in the Dáil and Seanad chambers for the first time.
Legendary Star Wars actor Mark Hamill has been named as this year’s St. Patrick’s Festival’s international guest of honour.
An Irish mother-of-one who suffered from a crippling lack of self-esteem because of her weight has lost a whopping nine stone - and can't wait to go shopping for her wedding dress this year.
RTE weather presenter Nuala Carey describes herself and her mother Ann as "the best of friends".
“I just knew that he was the man I was going to grow old with… Within a year we moved in together, I left my life behind and moved to the Midlands to be with him.”