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Early Light and the Photographer's Eye, an exhibition of photography by Stephen Bean, has opened at the Jennings Gallery in University College Cork.
A guide to the best events around the country.
Spring, glorious spring. The time of year when all living things - flowers, bears, city folk - awaken from their winter slumber and short-term gardening antipathy.
After a $4.5 billion criminal settlement last month, BP faces a civil liability trial relating to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico in 2010.
Re-dress, the Better Fashion initiative, is joining with Trocaire and Fairtrade Ireland.
Schroder by Amity Gaige. Faber and Faber, €18.90. Reviewed by Susan Morrell.
Most of us are aware of omega-3s (and 6s and maybe even 9s), but many of us aren't sure why we need them or where to find them, writes Susan Morrell.
Discover Science and Engineering is calling on young detectives to track the emerging signs of spring across Ireland.
Brazil is planning to build 168 dams between now and 2021, many of them concentrated in the Amazon rainforest, in order to meet growing energy demands.
The first major exhibition of works by Andy Warhol in Northern Ireland is on now at the MAC in Belfast.
Susan Morrell casts an eye over the best fare on offer at this year's Jameson Dublin International Film Festival.
The world's largest solar-powered hospital is to open in Haiti in March.
Good things are happening on Dublin's King's Inn Street. A derelict former sweet factory in the north inner city has been rescued from ruin, writes Susan Morrell.
The European Union is on course to ban three of the most toxic pesticides that have been killing our bees.
The Carrier by Sophie Hannah. Hodder & Stoughton, €17.60. Reviewed by Susan Morrell.
Danny DeVito, Tim Roth and Joss Whedon are some of the guests adding a dose of Hollywood glamour to this year's Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (JDIFF).
Polar explorers have discovered one of the largest colonies of emperor penguins in Antarctica.
Those microscopic bits of lettuce you find on top of your burger have more to offer than just trendy good looks.
The Environmental Sciences Association of Ireland (ESAI) is hosting a career expo at NUI Galway on Thursday, from 1pm to 5pm, in Bailey Allen Hall.
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