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How perseverance helped Kerry writer-director Eoghan Hand discover his talents

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Director and writer Eoghan Hand is a Kerryman but when he was little he moved around between Tipperary, Cork and even the south of France before returning to the Kingdom.

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Meet the Irish speaking KerryCowboy and his dog Braindí

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The world of TikTok is still quite a new one to many but one man who’s having a lot of fun educating people on the world of Irish farming and

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Kerrywoman Clodagh Finn on writing about women in Irish history

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Author Clodagh Finn has always been inspired by stories, particularly around the landscape that she grew up in, in Kerry. Her family, particularly her dad and her Auntie Mary, were

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A Kerrywoman’s curious quest to become a beekeeper

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Anna McQuinn, now a beekeeper, is a self-made publisher from Castleisland in Co. Kerry who began her journey into the editing world while in University College Cork where she read

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Part One: 32 reasons why Ireland should be on your bucket list

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I could rave all day about why Ireland should be on your bucket list. Quite often we forget what’s on our doorstep, and so I set off on a task.

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10 beautiful Irish places to explore in Ireland’s great outdoors

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Leap headfirst into the countryside and traverse Ireland’s great outdoors. We’re spoiled for choice when it comes to parks and woodland to walk through in Ireland, this is but a

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Hugh Lane Gallery to host open-air concerts in the grounds of IMMA

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Dublin’s Hugh Lane Gallery will be hosting six special versions of its renowned Sundays@Noon concerts in the grounds of the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA). The concerts will take

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[VIDEO] The future of Irish in Uíbh Ráthach

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Primary school students have penned a wonderful poem on the future of Irish in Uíbh Ráthach. Celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge 2021, ‘Todchaí na Gaeilge’ is a lovely short piece performed

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Nollaig na mBan: The History of Women’s Christmas in Ireland

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January 6th each year marks Nollaig na mBan (Little Christmas or Women’s Christmas). But do you know the history of Women’s Christmas in Ireland? This day is a long-established tradition

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“Will you meet my friend?” 13 essential Irish words for kissing

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“My friend wants to know if you’ll meet me?” If this phrase brings back intense flashbacks or confuses you, then you’ve come to the right place. People in Ireland have

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