Amanda Roe If you have experienced a pregnancy loss, first of all I’d like to say I’m sorry, you are probably feeling more sadness than you ever thought possible. I want to reassure you that you are not alone and to help others empathise with something they may not understand. […]

by Steve Wing, Ornithologist  Cape Clear? Why go there? There’s nothing out there to do – or see! Here’s why! From the moment you leave Baltimore Harbour on the Cailin Oir 11, you are immersed in the beauty of Roaringwater Bay, the 100 Carbery Islands (at low water, admittedly!) and […]

Noah Chase With the warm weather finally here, and little chance of a late frost, now is a great time to start nearly any type of vegetable seed. Growing vegetables from seed is fun, and it’s a great way to save lots of money on gardening! There’s nothing like being […]

 by Sara Devoy “To find health should be the object of the doctor. Anyone can find disease.” – A.T. Still From as early as I can remember I have been interested in health. When I came to Ireland in 1990, I was completing  training in Polarity therapy, I set up […]

A new resource for young people and their educators called ‘Young and Trans in Rural Ireland’ was launched recently by Youth Work Ireland, the largest youth organisation in Ireland working with 116,000 young people every week. Attending the launch was trans actor Jack Murphy from Fair City. The resource, which is […]