Award-winning space exploration Irish film The Farthest releases In Irish cinemas July 28

Written and directed by Emer Reynolds, Produced by Crossing The Line Productions, Ireland, 2017 It is one of humankind’s greatest achievements. More than 12 billion miles away a tiny spaceship is leaving our Solar System and entering the void of deep space – the first human-made object ever to do so. Slowly dying within its heart is […]


March 2017 – Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. March 2017 – Picture by Darren Kidd / Press Eye. The Ulster Folk & Transport Museum is putting on a ‘smashing’ Easter event from Sunday 16th – Tuesday 18th April. Visitors can enjoy a range of traditional Easter activities and see traditional crafts such as…

#OTD in Irish History – 26 March:

In Ireland, like in the United Kingdom, Mothering Sunday (Mother’s Day) is held on the fourth Sunday in Lent, in other words, three weeks before Easter Sunday, usually during the second half of March or at the beginning of April. 1787 – The Tumultuous Risings Act imposed penalties for rioting and for interference with the […]

Happy Mother’s Day! Lá Na Máithreacha Sona Daoibh! #mothersday #motherslove

To all those with us and those looking down on us from Heaven from Stair na hÉireann. #mothersday #motherslove

Mothers Day at SOLO Restaurant

🦋 Mother’s Day Menu | 26 March ‬ ‪🦋 All mums will receive a free glass of bubbles on arrival ‬ ‪ TWO- COURSE MENU Lunch / Dinner £17.95 / £22.95 THREE-COURSE MENU Lunch / Dinner £20.95 / £24.95 Lunch 1:00pm – 4:45pm / Dinner 5:00pm – 9:00pm Full A La Carte Menu also available…

Asda NI and safefood Encourage a ‘Folic Acid Habit’ this Mother’s Day

–      Price cut on folic acid is best gift for mums this year Asda stores across Northern Ireland are taking an innovative approach to Mother’s Day (26th March) this year by supporting mums-to-be and those preparing for motherhood. Asda is backing safefood, the all-island food safety and nutrition body, to encourage any woman who may…

Ireland spoil the England Grand Slam Party!

Ireland have done it again.  After stopping New Zealand’s winning run of 18 wins in a row last year they have also stopped Six Nations Champion’s, England’s, winning run of 18 straight wins and stopped them winning a second grand slam in a row.  Ireland beat England by 13-9.  Although Eddie Jones has now tasted his first defeat, England still win the Six Nations title.