Organisation: Irish Press
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The song was performed live on The Late Late Show by Luka Bloom tonight.
Fri, 31 May, 2019
Longford man McGee guided the Faithful County to their famous 1982 All-Ireland final win, denying Kerry the five-in-a-row, as well as three consecutive Leinster titles and two All-Ireland Club SFC crowns with UCD.
Sun, 05 May, 2019
A musician in Co Donegal lived on Inishfree for around 20 years up to recently.
Mon, 10 Dec, 2018
Defenders of racism and political incorrectness go for hysteria and witch hunting analogies to cover mild protest, writes
Mon, 21 May, 2018
‘Everybody knew Gaybo the length and breadth of the country and beyond’ - Gabriel Howard, a legendary figure in Irish cycling, passed away earlier this month following a farm accident, writes
Fri, 23 Feb, 2018
Christy Ring doesn’t often spring to mind on Six Nations weekends, but the great one’s remark about the GAA being half-dressed without a strong Tipperary could be easily tweaked for France, such is its importance to rugby as another championship dawns and Ireland make the trip to Paris unburdened by the terror of old.
Fri, 02 Feb, 2018
Thu, 31 Aug, 2017
Fri, 18 Aug, 2017
The influence of religion in Ireland has been declining since Pope Paul VI’s divisive encyclical on contraception.looks at the consequences for our society.
Mon, 31 Jul, 2017
Footballer, teacher, trailblazer - we remember All-Ireland winning captain Joe Lennon
Fri, 02 Dec, 2016
Thu, 21 Jul, 2016
Since the first one was installed, on Dawson Street in 1925, they have provided a social
Sat, 18 Jun, 2016
Seán Feehan’s Cork-based Mercier Press published books that Dublin wouldn’t, about topics that ‘reflect us truthfully to ourselves’. He died 25 years ago but his legacy lives on, says
Wed, 01 Jun, 2016
Padraig Pearse was willing to die for Ireland but his less famous brother wanted to live through his creative works, writes
Mon, 18 Apr, 2016
In the wake of the Panama Papers leak,looks at the Irish connection in the form of Gerard Ryle, the Kerry-born journalist with the drive to expose scandal worldwide
Tue, 12 Apr, 2016
Fifty years ago, an IRA bomb belatedly decapitated one of the most iconic monuments to British rule in Ireland, writes
Mon, 07 Mar, 2016
Thu, 11 Feb, 2016
The journalists at the Irish Press group were as hard drinking as they were hardworking.hears many tall tales and true from David Kenny, who was there before its demise in 1995.
Sat, 09 Jan, 2016
THE discovery of a newborn’s body on a beach and a family’s alleged confession they had killed a baby days earlier and put the body into the sea led to the Kerry Babies Tribunal.
Thu, 31 Dec, 2015
Wed, 23 Dec, 2015
As we look forward to the All-Ireland final on Sunday, we reminisce about some great ones gone by. Here we take a look at how Clare found Liam McCarthy after 81 years.
Thu, 03 Sep, 2015
CAN there be a better topic to get people talking than the weather?
Mon, 10 Aug, 2015
Thu, 06 Aug, 2015
Thu, 02 Jul, 2015
On the 20th anniversary of the closure of the ‘Irish Press’,, who describes himself as a refugee from that newspaper, looks back at its last days, involving a sit-in, a new publication, celebrities, pints, booze, and pubs. The dispute was a breath of fresh air after years of stagnation
Sat, 23 May, 2015
Someday someone will do a feature, perhaps even a book on the 10 greatest hurling matches ever played.
Fri, 22 May, 2015
The record of Irishmen who fought at Gallipoli in 1915 has been remembered with respect by nationalists and republicans.
Wed, 29 Apr, 2015
On the 70th anniversary of US president Franklin D Roosevelt’s death, Ryle Dwyer examines how Éamon de Valera’s fulsome condolence gesture stunned critics
Mon, 13 Apr, 2015
Thu, 19 Mar, 2015
Taoiseach Enda Kenny led tributes to former Irish Examiner political editor Liam O’Neill, who has died.
Mon, 16 Mar, 2015
Long-serving Irish Examiner columnist Colm Rapple has passed away following a short illness.
Mon, 02 Feb, 2015
Desmond Fisher, a respected commentator on religious matters and a journalist who worked in both the print and broadcast sectors, has died aged 94.
Sat, 03 Jan, 2015
A former Cork teacher who left his job to pursue a writing career is set to launch his first book.
Mon, 24 Nov, 2014
THEY were under siege, holed up in the GPO. Outside, the massed ranks railed against them. The constant barrage echoed though the building like the drumbeat of victory.
Sat, 15 Nov, 2014
Despite his ultimate conversion, perhaps opportunistic, to the principles of democracy, Ian Paisley’s hate-filled rhetoric left a trail of dead bodies in its wake.reviews a mixed legacy.
Mon, 15 Sep, 2014
Christy Ring made his championship debut for the Cork senior hurlers in 1940. They were dark days for the county.
Fri, 11 Jul, 2014
The 1970 Hurling League final is a game remembered for all the wrong reasons
Fri, 02 May, 2014
IN 1970, fresh out of St Colman’s boarding school, I attended UCC.
Mon, 10 Feb, 2014
The former Fine Gael minister and author of the country’s foremost guide to Irish elections, Ted Nealon, has died aged 84.
Wed, 29 Jan, 2014
HOW great is the gap between the official teaching of the Catholic Church, especially in the sphere of sexuality, and the actual practice and behaviour of Catholics? Thanks to an initiative by Pope Francis, we are about to find out.
Tue, 19 Nov, 2013
Tributes came in from the worlds of politics and agriculture following the unexpected death of one of the country’s best-known farming journalists.
Thu, 05 Sep, 2013
ST Valentine’s Day is the patter of feet walking across garage forecourts to buy emaciated flowers. It’s the swell of minor chords on the radio.
Tue, 12 Feb, 2013
The closure of 100 businesses in Dun Laoghaire since 2008 has torn asunder the landscape of my youth, says Dave Kenny
Wed, 07 Nov, 2012