For first-class passengers on Titanic, you were what you ate. As we find out, they ate like an elite
A seaside town on Ireland's south coast still remembers the day Titanic docked. Welcome to Cobh (Queenstown)
Titanic's Guarantee Group sailed with Titanic on the journey of a lifetime. The dream of these Belfast men ended in tragedy
He designed the Ship of Dreams and became a hero amid the nightmare: meet Thomas Andrews
Step into the world's biggest Titanic exhibition at the place where it all began
How a Belfast man strove for his vision to be brought to life on film
Gallop over the open expanses or trek along quiet country roads along Lough Neagh’s shoreline.
Lough Neagh now has the only remaining commercially viable wild eel fishery in Europe.
Motorhomes Rental NI offers luxury motorhomes for hire at competitive prices. We are conveniently b
A purpose designed 4 acre lake offering fly fishing to discerning anglers. Nestled among ...
Maverick musician Ursula Burns randomly fell into funny land when she accidentally won the Irish ...
If you’ve never experienced greyhound racing before then it’s time you came up to speed.
Lamb, pork, chicken; potatoes and vegetables - all locally sourced.
Now in their fourth year, the Linley Hamilton Quintet are regulars on the Irish and UK festival ...
One of the most highly acclaimed folk bluegrass bands in the UK today, Southern Tenant Folk ...
Dirty Dancin in Le Shebeen
Drew will perform an intimate gig with guitarist Nathan Dugger.Drew Holcomb and The ...
Michael Longley has long been acknowledged as one of our greatest living poets: Seamus Heaney ...
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