Read an extract from Kevin Barry’s new title, The Heart in Winter
Read an extract from Kevin Barry’s new title, The Heart in Winter

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This enchanting red brick home in Delgany is on the market for €1.6 million
This enchanting red brick home in Delgany is on the market for €1.6 million

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This Blackrock bungalow proves that you can create more space without extending
This Blackrock bungalow proves that you can create more space without extending

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The new COS x Tabata Shibori collection epitomises laid-back summer dressing
The new COS x Tabata Shibori collection epitomises laid-back summer dressing

Sarah Finnan

Polynucleotides: everything to know about the ‘salmon sperm’ injectables
Polynucleotides: everything to know about the ‘salmon sperm’ injectables

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Ask the Doctor: ‘Can a child with chickenpox spread shingles to elderly family members?’
Ask the Doctor: ‘Can a child with chickenpox spread shingles to elderly family members?’

Sarah Gill

Celebrate 30 years of Barretstown at their special gala this September
Celebrate 30 years of Barretstown at their special gala this September

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Garden accessories to blend your indoor and outdoor spaces this summer
Garden accessories to blend your indoor and outdoor spaces this summer

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This six-bedroom home with a ‘a Christmas tree forest’ is on the market for €1.25 million
This six-bedroom home with a ‘a Christmas tree forest’ is on the market for €1.25...

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This Howth home has been given a bright, airy refurb
This Howth home has been given a bright, airy refurb

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‘We are now entering week six of coughs, colds and mystery viruses’


by Hannah-Louise Dunne
13th Sep 2023

A virus a day: As writer Hannah Louise Dunne cancels plans yet again when another rogue virus strikes her household, she counts her blessings and concedes that perhaps the secret to making it through the next few months is to embrace the chaos.

There are few moments in life where I think to myself, ‘God Shakespeare was really onto something’. I’ve yet to be serenaded from a balcony in Verona or go on trial for not paying my pal his pound of flesh. And yet, now and then, I think, ‘You know, he really knew how to capture a mood.’ Take Romeo and Juliet for example. And no, I’m not here today to talk about the play’s central...

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