Latest Article – Harvested Interest

All Summer we watched it. In the Spring when the first hardy little shoots peeped up and were promptly attacked by unseasonably cold May weather, it didn’t looked promising but eventually the field would turn from beige carpet colour to green. The barley was on its way.

Harvested Interest

All Summer we watched it. In the Spring when the first hardy little shoots peeped up and were promptly attacked by unseasonably cold May weather, it didn’t looked promising but eventually the field would turn from beige carpet colour to green. The barley was on its way. Then at some stage around about this time

Rosie Future

The year is 2112. Planet Earth is a very different place. Mighty empires have fallen and new ones have risen in their stead but despite all the upheavals, the Rose of Tralee has still survived. Even its staunchest critics, who lambaste some of its more anachronistic practices, will grudgingly admit that the 160 year-old competition

Results-Driven

There’s a piece of archive footage doing the rounds at the moment. It’s of a sweet eleven year-old girl talking to The Woman From The Radio. After shocking confessions of assault and battery of a boy who she left with a bleeding nose, showing no apparent remorse for having done so, the girl goes on

Booked-up

This is the first week in August – the moment when traditionally, the complexion of the summer holidays changed. What was once a seemingly endless procession of nettle-stung shins, sandy sandwiches and comparing where-my-watch-was tans, reached a crest and the slope into the school return began. I say traditionally but some things have changed. Nobody