The best photos of Prince Harry, Meghan Markle, and the royal family attending the Queen's Platinum Jubilee thanksgiving service
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle reunited with the royal family at St. Paul's Cathedral for their first joint engagement in two years.
News channel gaffe declared the 16th century playwright William Shakespeare had died 5 months after getting the COVID-19 vaccine
Newsreader Noelia Novillo mixed the great playwright up with Bill Shakespeare, 81, who had died of an illness unrelated to his COVID-19 vaccine.
Cairns is world famous as the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef, whose colourful coral stretches for 2,300km along the Queensland coastline. It has much to offer adventure-seekers looking to tick off a visit to the natural world wonder and opens travellers up to the greater area of Tropical North Queensland, which encompasses the only place on earth where the rainforest meets coral reef (at Cape Tribulation), and so much more.
From the minute you arrive at the gates leading into Monart Destination Spa and get buzzed inside to see the sprawling 100-acre grounds surrounded by woodland, you can already tell you’re in for something special...
Located on the northeast coast of Queensland, the World Heritage-listed Daintree Rainforest encompasses a rare combination of white sandy beaches and coral reef alongside its canopy of ancient trees. It is also the world’s oldest rainforest, giving visitors the chance to see wildlife and fauna found nowhere else on earth. And, after exploring the rainforest and the Coral Sea, Queensland also has plenty to offer in terms of indulgent spas and fine dining; the perfect mix of adventure and luxury.
When you think of a holiday in Portugal, it’s usually either a city break in Lisbon or a week on the beach somewhere in the stunning Algarve. But Porto, further north, on the banks of the Rio Douro, is fast becoming the destination of choice for being cheaper and having the best of both, surrounded by gorgeous beaches and having plenty of wine bars, nightclubs and shopping in the city.
Stevie the robot may have started out as a way to help people in assisted living with everyday tasks, but it turns out people mainly just wanted to be his friend. ‘Nursing homes tend not to be places where you see a lot of smiles or hear a lot of laughs, Niamh Donnelly, one of the project’s lead engineers tells Extra.ie. ‘But when Stevie’s around, you do — and it’s fantastic to see.’
Word has travelled incredibly fast since Gursha first popped up in North Strand earlier this month. The Ethiopian supper club is the first of its kind in Dublin and it’s clear that the city was crying out for something just like this. Serving up traditional Ethiopian cuisine in the homey surrounds of Cloud Café, it’s been a huge hit with customers so far – and it’s already booked up until the end of November.
This is by far one of the most unique places to spend an afternoon in Ireland. Garnish Island, located 1.5km off the coast of Glengariff in Bantry Bay, Co Cork, is a 37-acre island filled with beautiful flowers thanks to its unique micro-climate, as well as stunning architecture.
Slightly off the usual beaten tourist track in Peckham, South London is one of the most exciting new venues to pop up in the city in recent years. Peckham Levels is a food & drink destination and creative workspace all rolled into one, which has been transformed from an empty multi-storey carpark into what you see today.
Set on the shores of Lough Ree in Co. Roscommon, the Hodson Bay is often synonymous with family breaks. But the 4-star hotel actually has an entire adults-only retreat wing featuring deluxe rooms with floor to ceiling windows and sweeping views of the lake below...
If crowded beaches are not your thing, then you’ll love this idyllic spot in Co. Mayo. Keem Bay beach on the western tip of Achill Island could be mistaken for being somewhere far more exotic than the west of Ireland, with its beautiful white sand and perfect turquoise water.
There’s nothing better than finding a fab new local spot that’s perfect for a coffee and catch-up with your mates. So if you find yourself at a loose end this weekend, you should definitely add some of these northside neighbourhood spots to your to-do list.
Already gaining a serious reputation for its brunch and lunch offering after opening back in November, One Society has added another string to its bow in the form of the pizza oven they’ve shipped over to their Gardiner Street café, all the way from Naples via Milan.
Situated within a charming row of Georgian townhouses minutes away from Dublin's most fashionable bars and restaurants, The Merrion Hotel is the ideal location to experience everything that the capital has to offer. And with the introduction of the brand new Garden Room, a chic restaurant overlooking the hotel's private gardens, it's also a great spot to take a break from shopping or sightseeing...