Scientists in Costa Rica have discovered a new species of frog that may just be Mother Nature's answer to TV's Kermit the Frog.
A South American swamp rat has been found swimming far from home in a river in Co. Tipperary.
A medieval historian has discovered a 14th century drawing of a creature that bears a striking resemblance to Yoda from Star Wars...
Ireland is the eighteenth happiest country in the world according to the World Happiness Report. The international study was published by the UN after surveys were carried out around the world over the last two years.
The pupils of Scoil Bhríde in Nurney, Co. Kildare, have been creating an educational app for the last few weeks. As part of the Junior Entrepreneur Programme, we have been creating a Maths app to help children learn their tables.
A public bus that runs on human waste has been put into service in the city of Bristol. And just in case you don't quite understand, “human waste” means poo!
Cycling has become really popular in Ireland over the last few years, with people using their bikes for transport, recreation and sport. Cycling is a fun physical activity which not only builds your fitness and endurance, but also gets you outdoors.
This month we bring you an amazing sport all the way from Southeast Asia. Sepak Takraw is played on an indoor court similar to one used in volleyball. Sepak Takraw’s rules are almost the same as volleyball too, but there is one major difference – players cannot use their hands! Sepak is an old Thai word for ‘kick’ and Takraw is translated as ‘ball’ in English.
One of the most important pieces of machinery on our farm is the Quad Bike. We currently have a Honda Foreman 450cc quad. It’s a powerful bike built for hard work and hauling loads, day in and day out.
A Buckingham Palace guardsman has landed himself in hot water after being filmed playing to tourists outside the Queen's official residence.