Women’s Irish Open: getting into the swing of it
Anne O'Donoghue
As golfer Aideen Walsh tees up for the Irish Open, she chats to Anne O’Donoghue about getting into golf and the importance of having big competitions for aspiring young players to attend
21 September 2022 Sport
Ireland is in with a chance for the UEFA Nations League
The Irish soccer team could end up either coming first or coming fourth in their group in the UEFA Nations League.
21 September 2022 Living Life
Limerick set for Aisling's country concert
Glór Tíre winner for 2022, Tipperary’s Aisling Rafferty, will play a special acoustic country music concert in University Concert Hall, Limerick.
Your good causes around the country
In this instalment of good causes, we’re putting a particular focus on events and initiatives that are fundraising for cancer and children’s supports.
14 September 2022 Around the country
New sponsors announced for United Rugby Championship
As rugby competitions expand to become more international, so too has the list of sponsors.
14 September 2022 Sport
Pat Spillane: ‘I’ve really felt the love since I retired’
Having stepped away from the Sunday Game this summer, Pat Spillane chats to Anne O’Donoghue about feeling the love lately and what’s next on the cards
14 September 2022 Living Life
GAA referees deserve the same respect as in rugby
The penalties for backchat in rugby are strong enough as to completely deter players from questioning a referee's authority. Denis Hurley wonders whether the same should be true for the GAA.
7 September 2022 Sport
Business in the Burren: a rising tide lifts all boats
The Burren Eco-Tourism Network (BEN) was set up by businesses to promote sustainable tourism in the area. Working together has seen the Burren go from strength-to-strength, writes Anne O’Donoghue.
7 September 2022 Living Life
A lifelong game of clubground bingo
Since 2007 Denis Hurley has been on a self-imposed mission to cover a match at every clubground in Cork.
31 August 2022 Sport
Donal Ryan writing on the countryside that inspires him
With his latest novel recently on shelves, Donal Ryan writes exclusively for Irish Country Living on why and how his native north Tipperary inspires and informs his writing.
31 August 2022 Living Life
What’s on: last of the summer wine
With the last weekend of summer upon us before children head back to school, here’s a flavour of what’s on around the country.
26 August 2022 Living Life
Country Sound: brought together by music
Michael Commins has all the latest news from the world of country music, from new albums to up coming shows and more
24 August 2022 Country Sound