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Return of round-robin to All-Ireland hurling
Denis Hurley
The round-robin format brings more excitement and drama to the All-Ireland hurling championships.
18 May 2022 Living Life
From the Civil Service to crime thrillers
With her youngest starting school, Amy Cronin had more time. So she decided to pick up on a chapter of a novel she had written 10 years previously. That book is now on shelves, writes Anne O'Donoghue
13 May 2022 Living Life
Stream on: what to watch this weekend
Both in terms of free offerings and paid subscriptions, there is plenty of good television material available to stream on demand this weekend.
Backchat: The art of MS exhibition
The art of MS – symptoms under the spotlight will showcase the work of 12 artists living with MS and takes place in the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute from 26 May - 1 June
Munster edged out in cruel finale
Toulouse came out on top in an epic Heineken Champions Cup quarter-final to set up a showdown with Leinster, writes Denis Hurley.
11 May 2022 Sport
Events: summer is coming
With summer gradually getting underway, there are plenty of events happening and things to get out and do around the country, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
11 May 2022 Living Life
TR Dallas is back on the road again
With the arts and entertainment sector back in full swing, TR Dallas speaks to Michael Commins about getting back on the road.
11 May 2022 Living Life
Is your farm family Ireland’s fittest family?
Applications for Ireland’s Fittest Family are now open and farm families have a tradition of success on the show.
6 May 2022 Living Life
Career-best performance from transcendent Taylor
Katie Taylor is that rare breed of sportsperson who is universally lauded, writes Denis Hurley.
4 May 2022 Sport
Nicolas Roche talks about cycling and Dancing with the Stars
It was actually a rugby injury that made Nicolas Roche spend more time on the bike. Now having retired from professional cycling, he looks back on his career with Anne O’Donoghue.
4 May 2022 Living Life
Celebrating Bealtaine on the Hill of Uisneach
Bealtaine traditionally marked the beginning of summer. Uisneach run a unique and authentic event to celebrate it.
29 April 2022 Living Life
Waterford close the gap, but Limerick are still the favourites
While Limerick still have to be the All-Ireland favourites, Waterford have shown that they are not far off, writes Denis Hurley.
27 April 2022 Sport