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Luxury travel magazine names Galway one of the world’s best cities


Galway has been named one of the best small cities in the world by a leading travel magazine.

Condé Nast Traveller is the luxury travel magazine that focuses on the finer things in life for its readers.

Landlord’s crazy advert for ‘a person who is out a lot’ shows difficulty for renters


The housing crisis in Ireland was highlighted during a recent conversation on radio with a woman who has recently returned after living abroad.

Racheal Tobin was a guest on Joe Duffy’s LiveLine radio show and discussed the problems she has faced in finding a suitable place to live since she got home.

Mystical and mythical Irish phrase ‘the Modh Coinníollach’ explained by TikTok star


A social media star has created a TikTok video explaining the classic Irish phrase the Modh Coinníollach, describing it as the ‘closest thing we have to magic in Irish’.

The saying is something most Irish people will have heard at some point growing up.

Pope Francis joins religious leaders in call for governments around the world to combat climate change


Pope Francis has said that that religious leaders and governments around the world need to pull together to combat climate change.

He is joined by 40 other faith leaders, from Islam, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, Sikhism, who are estimated to represent around 84% of the world’s population.

Daniel O’Donnell to celebrate his 60th birthday with new album and tour


Irish crooner Daniel O’Donnell is looking forward to celebrating his 60th birthday in style as he looks forward to a new album and live tour.

The album, titled ‘Daniel O’Donnell 60’, comes out on October to coincide with tours of the UK and the US.

Lady Barbalade might be Ireland’s best kept musical secret


The Irish Institute of Music and Song is bringing together two of the best a cappella singing groups in the world for a blockbuster show that is sure to have the audience thrilled.

US based barber shop quartet Midtown have flown across the Atlantic to combine forces with Irish a cappella group Lady Barbalade and put on a showstopper of a night.

Saoirse Ronan speaks about crippling nerves she felt ahead of her London stage debut


Irish superstar Saoirse Ronan has revealed that she felt ‘unbelievably nervous’ ahead of her stage debut in London.

The Little Women star is a critically acclaimed actress, having received four Oscar nominations in her career so far.

Graham Norton reveals why he scattered his dogs’ ashes in Ireland after they died months apart


Irish comedian Graham Norton has revealed that he scattered the ashes of his two beloved dogs in Ireland in a moving interview.

The BBC chat host lives in England but also has a home in Ireland, where the two dogs spent many happy hours playing.

Sharon Corr says the Corrs would have furious rows backstage – before making each other laugh


Irish star Sharon Corr has spoken about how she and her siblings would get into blazing rows before going on stage with their hugely successful band The Corrs.

The band, which featured Sharon, her sisters Andrea and Caroline, and brother Jim, sold millions of albums, have been on several world tours and released numerous hits such as What Can I Do, Breathless, Runaway, So Young and Dreams.

Irish people name the city they find most embarrassing


Irish people have voted for the part of the country which makes them the most embarrassed.

It is part of an international survey by Atlasova World, who asked people across Europe which city they felt their country should feel ashamed about.

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