Broadcaster Pat Kenny has cut his ties with the Alzheimer Society of Ireland as a result of a major industrial relations row in which four regional managers have been made redundant.


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PRIDE IN THE JERSEY: Donegal manager and Glasgow Celtic reserve team coach Jim McGuinness  at Celtic Park, ahead of Sunday's All-Ireland SFC final against Kerry. Picture: Sportsfile
Kingdom’s keys waiting on wings

Get the ball up the field fast. Shoot accurately from long range. These are the traditional and clichéd answers to the blanket defence. They have had their merits on different days but both are now limited in effectiveness. Donegal’s mass defence system is an evolved one and can deal with both.


Scotland will never be the same no matter what the result of poll

THE UK looks finished, from where I’m sitting. It’s true my view is a little bit obstructed right now, after a “Yes Scotland” rally in Glasgow’s George’s Square. But no matter how the people of Scotland vote today, I believe the joyous euphoria released by the “Yes, Scotland” campaign means the days of the UK are numbered.



Alex Salmond: No voters were a whisker ahead in the polls. Picture: PA
United Kingdom holds breath on divided Scotland

On the eve of Scotland’s independence referendum, the fate of the United Kingdom rests on hundreds of thousands of wavering Scottish voters, as opinion polls showed supporters of the 307-year union just a whisker ahead of secessionists.

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