The trail, which has been installed in six locations in the heart of the capital, opens on Culture Night tomorrow and continues for two weeks.
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Menopause Comes Early For Coeliacs
A TOTAL of 70% of people diagnosed with coeliac disease are women and the disease can lead to the early onset of menopause, a report revealed yesterday.
Provinces Are Up Ferr Battle
Former Ireland flanker Stephen Ferris believes reigning champions Leinster and Johann Van Graan’s Munster will lead Ireland’s assault on the United Rugby Championship.
30% Rise In Face Masks Left On Street
The number of face masks dumped on the streets has jumped by 30% in the past year, a post-lockdown survey found.
Social Media Giant To Hire 10,000 Staff
Facebook plans to hire 10,000 workers in the EU over the next five years to work on a new computing platform that promises to connect people virtually.
Abortion Safe Zones Bill To Be Introduced
A bill which seeks to give women accessing abortion care safe zones around medical centres will be introduced in the Seanad today.
The Dutch get a Curt response
CURTIS CAMPHER'S devastating four wickets in four balls helped Ireland to romp home to a seven-wicket victory in their opening ICC Men's T20 World Cup fixture against the Netherlands.
SOUTHGATE'S ‘NO' TO TALKS WITH WENGER
GARETH SOUTHGATE will not be taking up Arsene Wenger's offer to discuss FIFA's plans to stage a World Cup every two years.
Star's fears over cocaine use among young people
FORMER Limerick hurling All-Star Ciaran Carey is worried the issue of cocaine use in sports clubs isn't going away.
Minister 'had to remove person' from her home
THE North's Deputy First Minister has revealed she once had to remove an uninvited person from her home.
FRANKLY, WE ARE IN A STATE OF FRENZY
SAMAN GHODDOS revealed the frenzy-like state Thomas Frank whips his players into ahead of their incredible performances against the country's biggest clubs.
Here's How a Dublin Studio Fuses Modern Style and Safety During the COVID Era
In the midst of daily highs and lows, life unfolds in the gray middle area—and at the Space Between, a Dublin yoga studio that recently celebrated its first anniversary in the wake of a pandemic, it’s that challenging intersection of dark and light where yogis deepen their practice.
GO AROUND THE WALL
When we go around the wall instead of trying to walk through it, we can experience the transient nature of all things.
A Portrait of the Unnamed
‘We'll face a tsunami of mental health & addiction problems'
Singer Frances warns of rise in mental health problems after pandemic ends
Dublin on sensational form
Super-consistent horses continue their run of form, one rider has a long-awaited win and young riders impress
From grande dames and Georgian townhouses to street art-inspired boutiques and self-catering gems, the Irish capital’s eclectic hotel scene is more exciting than ever before.
KILLER O'REILLY'S PRISON BIN MAN
45-year-old swaps greenhouse job inside jail for lifting rubbish
DON'T TELL ME I CAN'T… ...give up drink
Tracy Cassidy’s summer of sobriety changed her life
Real Steel Has Strong Chance
Ben Morgan delves into the minefield of the Ryanair Chase
GARDAI QUIZ STAFF IN DOG HOME PROBE
Investigation into claims animals died after getting sedation drugs