This cottage with a modern glass link on the Sheep’s Head peninsula is on the market for €195,000
This cottage with a modern glass link on the Sheep’s Head peninsula is on the...

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When it comes to fictionalising the experiences of real life people, where do we draw the moral line?
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Michelle Moroney: ‘The Wim Hof Method made me a more tolerant, resilient person’
Michelle Moroney: ‘The Wim Hof Method made me a more tolerant, resilient person’

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This surprisingly modern four-bed family home is on the market for €335,000
This surprisingly modern four-bed family home is on the market for €335,000

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This Irish family’s Puglia renovation is a gorgeous combination of old and new
This Irish family’s Puglia renovation is a gorgeous combination of old and new

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Marianne Smyth, aka @smythsisters, on the trending summer buys to shop now
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The big-busted bra shopping guide
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This Is Not A Newspaper


By Bill O'Sullivan
15th Mar 2014
This Is Not A Newspaper

Another #transformyourcity initiative in collaboration with OFFSET, This is not a newspaper is a visually striking little creation that seeks to project its reader into an ideal future by drawing on current happenings to create hopeful yet believable better futures for the city and for South Wiliam Street in particular. With an enviable little list of contributors and illustrators ?including Roise Goan, Jonathan Legge, Mr & Mrs Stevens, Jennie McGinn, Fatti Burke, Johnny Kelly, Mark Wickham and Stephen Donnelly, it’s an wishful homage to our own potential to look at everything around us in a more positive and involved fashion, in the hope of discovering its inherent potential.?@Roxeenna

Illustration by Vera Reshto