A growing sandwich generation find themselves caring for elderly parents while still supporting children.
A crash course in starting a business in Limerick
Adrian Murphy set up his own business, Crash Course Education, in April 2016, to teach Irish to primary and secondary schoolchildren and to do one-to-one tutoring for adults who want their Leaving cert Irish at Higher Level so they can go into Primary school teaching.
Moving to Ireland
Catherine lives in Boulder, Colorado and she’s going to relocate to Dublin, Ireland. That might sound like an adventurous change of life but it’s not a completely unprecedented journey when you dig a little deeper into her family history.
Wicklow RFC: a club at the heart of the community
The 2017 Bank of Ireland Provincial Towns Cup kicked off on Saturday 28 January 2017. The top competition for junior rugby in Leinster is now in its 92nd year, making it one of the oldest trophies in Irish rugby.
This inspiring speech got 5 standing ovations from prisoners
This inspiring speech from a woman with Down Syndrome about overcoming obstacles got 5 standing ovations from prisoners in Mountjoy and Wheatfield prisons.
Startup awards: From locks to lockers
Stephen and his wife Louise set up Cyc-Lok to create a safe and secure place for cyclists to leave their bike and their belongings – helmet, waterproofs, footwear, bags and gloves - in sturdy individual lockers.
Somebody else has the same business idea as you, what now?
Intouch.com pictured in Dublin. Photo: Naoise Culhane. (sofa models’ own) 4 MIN READ Imagine that you come up with a great idea for a…
The tiny shiny van that could
Dominic from Caffe Banba 3 MIN READ Banba’s Crown at Malin Head is as far as north as you can get on the island of Ireland. 40…
David, Nina & Ollie: saving for a home
5 MIN READ David lives in Tallaght with his parents. His girlfriend Nina and their son Ollie live in Celbridge with Nina’s mother. Living back in their family…