This Victorian redbrick in Ranelagh has been refreshed with pops of colour and bespoke storage
This Victorian redbrick in Ranelagh has been refreshed with pops of colour and bespoke storage

Megan Burns

11 cute and quirky wedding venues near Dublin
11 cute and quirky wedding venues near Dublin

Shayna Sappington

How TikTok is teaching us to hack the menstrual cycle
How TikTok is teaching us to hack the menstrual cycle

Sarah Gill

This modern farmhouse in Enniskerry is on the market for €945,000
This modern farmhouse in Enniskerry is on the market for €945,000

Sarah Finnan

An expert’s guide to treasure hunting for second hand home furniture
An expert’s guide to treasure hunting for second hand home furniture

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Photo Diary: The Irish design I sported at Copenhagen Fashion Week
Photo Diary: The Irish design I sported at Copenhagen Fashion Week

Oyindamola Animashaun

Indoor trees: the expert guide to keeping them in Irish homes
Indoor trees: the expert guide to keeping them in Irish homes

Megan Burns

From flowers to facemasks, how to pamper yourself this weekend
From flowers to facemasks, how to pamper yourself this weekend

Sarah Finnan

This innovative Monkstown red brick is on the market for €750,000
This innovative Monkstown red brick is on the market for €750,000

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This Wicklow destination has everything you need for a spring break
This Wicklow destination has everything you need for a spring break

Shayna Sappington

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July 25: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds


By Sarah Gill
25th Jul 2022
July 25: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

Your speedy summary of today's must-read stories.

Owners of defective Celtic Tiger apartments want support

Substantial supports are required for Celtic Tiger-era apartment owners following a report on construction defects in as many as 100,000 apartments or duplexes. Defects include fire safety and water ingress, with some homeowners being asked to pay levies of up to €25,000.
thejournal.ie

Irish Rail apologises following Bray Dart incident

Irish Rail have released a statement relating to the the 1.45pm Connolly/Bray train that was forced to stop on its approach to Bray over the weekend when “a number of people forced open doors and walked on the track” due to a lack of air conditioning on board.
independent.ie

Ryanair earns €170m profit as passenger numbers surge

The airline’s fuel bill was €1bn, almost six times what it paid during the same period last year amid Covid restrictions. Earning €170 million after tax in its first quarter, Ryanair flew 45.5 million passengers in the three month period.
Irish Times

The Pope visits Canada today

Pope Francis is set to visit a former residential school in Canada, where he will make a historic personal apology to Indigenous survivors of abuse committed over decades at the Catholic-run institutions during his six-day visit.
RTÉ

Gardaí believe people close to Louise Muckell have vital information relating to her killing

Musician, singer, and music teacher Louise Muckell died at University Hospital Limerick last Wednesday following an apparent serious assault. Gardaí are investigating a theory that a person or people she knew have vital information about the circumstances of the assault.
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