- Inspiration of Donal Walsh revealed in essay before his death
Today, inspirational teenager Dónal Walsh will be buried. This is an essay he wrote about how he dealt with his two crushing cancer diagnoses
- Pro-life activists threaten to slit throat of TD
A Fine Gael TD has revealed that pro-life activists have threatened to slit her throat and burn down her house.
- ‘Love’ is a strong word to use, but it sums up my feeling for Munster
The latest addition to our stellar team of rugby writers reflects on the ups and downs of a magnificent playing career — and reveals the reasons why he's chosen to move to Paris to kick-start his coaching career.
- O’Sullivan reveals heartache behind West Cork divorce
It's a story familiar to GAA people all over the country. A stormy annual general meeting, members walking out, transfer applications handed in afterwards.
- I’m prepared to stay and fight for a bright future
More than 300,000 people have left Ireland in the past four years. Tempting as it is, Ruairí McKiernan is prepared to stay to help make the country a better place
- Inspirational teen Walsh passes away
Kerry teenager Donal Walsh has passed away after losing his battle with cancer.
- Dónal Walsh shouldn’t have had to endure such a poor health service
DÓNAL Walsh will be buried today having fought two battles in his short life — one with cancer and one with our health service.
- Dr Daniel McCartney: The 10 rules of dieting
IF THERE'S a season for dieting then it has to be summer.
- Cussen bags a brace as Cork come good in second half
Cork 5-14 Tipperary 0-24 The Cork senior hurlers bagged five goals on the way to a five-point win over Tipperary in a challenge match at Cloughduv last night.
- Teenage girl reported missing in Wexford
Gardaí in Wexford have appealed to the public to help trace a missing teenager this evening.
- Dublin man and his daughter top Amazon's worldwide App Store
A calculator developed by a 12-year-old girl and her Irish father has become the number one-rated app worldwide on Amazon's Android App Store.
- Gates back on top as world’s richest on Bloomberg billionaires’ index
Bill Gates is once again the world's richest person.
- Farmers body slams Coveney for 'ignoring lower paid farmers'
The United Farmers Association is criticising the Agriculture Minister Simon Coveney for not doing enough to protect lower earning farmers under the reform of the Common Agricultural Policy.
- The smart money is always on Seán
Founded four decades ago, its annual turnover is now €2bn.
- Co-op Group hears that capitalist models 'not the answer'
"Traditional capitalist models" were not working and an alternative is needed, members of the UK's Co-operative Group were told today at its AGM.
- IBRC delays loan valuations, sale
The valuation and sale of IBRC loans has been pushed out by six months to November and December of this year.
- IBRC liquidators given more time to sell loan book
The Irish Bank Officials Association has welcomed news that extra time has been given to the special liquidators of IBRC to sell its multi-billion euro loan book.
- Finger-pointing won’t resolve borrowing crisis
Hardly a week goes by without a minister or backbencher reminding us, usually in stern tones, that "we are borrowing €1bn a month to pay for (insert public sector worker group eg nurses') salaries".
- Task force needed to deal with fodder crisis, warns Moynihan
Ireland needs a task force to deal with immediate impacts of the fodder crisis and to develop a credible plan for future years, says Fianna Fáil's Michael Moynihan.
- EMC urges colleges to create 'Big Data' courses
EMC has urged colleges to create more 'Big Data' programmes as experts predict millions of new jobs in analytics over the coming years.
- How Star Trek predicted the future
WHEN Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry first dreamed up the concept of a television show based in the unexplored universe of Outer Space in 1964, the world was a very different place.
- Perfume for summer: Let in the seasonal light
YOUR wardrobe isn't the only thing that needs updating once the barometer starts to rise.
- You’re not gay. You’re in a bromance.
Did you cry with your buddy while watching Fergie say farewell at Old Trafford?