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# spine-tingling - Saturday 9 May, 2020

From The42 'This too shall pass' - RTÉ's incredible promo for The Sunday Game will give you goosebumps Spine Tingling This post contains videos

'This too shall pass' - RTÉ's incredible promo for The Sunday Game will give you goosebumps

And it may make you quite emotional…

# spine-tingling - Sunday 3 September, 2017

From The42 'Time waits for no man' - RTÉ's promo video will leave you pumped for today's All-Ireland final Spine Tingling This post contains videos

'Time waits for no man' - RTÉ's promo video will leave you pumped for today's All-Ireland final

“Whoever wins, the party will continue long into the winter months.”

# spine-tingling - Friday 2 September, 2016

3D-printed bone breakthrough made by Dublin researchers

The new method involves using 3D printing to build cartilage which has been proven to help bone growth.

# spine-tingling - Sunday 11 January, 2015

18 libraries every book-lover should visit in their lifetime

From Baroque masterpieces to stark timber and glass structures — these incredible buildings are certain to distract you from whatever you’re reading.

# spine-tingling - Thursday 26 June, 2014

From The42 Hundreds of students join in for spine-tingling New Zealand schools haka War Dance

Hundreds of students join in for spine-tingling New Zealand schools haka

The pre-match war dances before the Auckland Grammar v King’s College fixture were memorable.

# spine-tingling - Thursday 6 March, 2014

From The Daily Edge 11 inarguable reasons real books will always be better than e-books Spine Tingling

11 inarguable reasons real books will always be better than e-books

We laugh in the face of your technological advances.

# spine-tingling - Friday 20 September, 2013

Check out this superb open letter to the Mayo team from a supporter

Willie McHugh’s brilliant and evocative piece first appeared in the Mayo News this week.