Wed, 27 May, 2020
Sean O’Riordan Private William Patrick Ryan was an unusually courageous man. Having fought and survived several bloody battles in the First World War, he then volunteered in its aftermath to exhume the dead for Christian burial, even though he could have been blown to pieces by unexploded shells.
Wed, 06 Mar, 2019
Sat, 18 Jun, 2016
The migration has begun. The Munster hordes began departing for Marseilles yesterday ahead of tomorrow’s Heineken Cup semi-final with Toulon, while hundreds gathered to bid bon voyage and bonne chance to the team as they departed for France.
Sat, 26 Apr, 2014
Paul O’Connell put Peter O’Mahony’s injury and the introduction of CJ Stander into perspective last Saturday: “He’s going to be a huge loss but go back to Declan Kidney, every injury is an opportunity for someone else and players can respond like CJ did today.”
Thu, 10 Apr, 2014
A former Ryanair pilot, who once wrote a letter to the Financial Times claiming the airline’s chief executive, Michael O’Leary, should be replaced by a junior to reduce costs, claims he would still be working for the company if it had not been “completely unreasonable”.
Tue, 12 Nov, 2013
STANDARD & Poor’s (S&P) is to warn that Germany and France may be stripped of their triple-A credit ratings as the debt crisis prompts all 17 euro nations to be put on review for a possible downgrade, said two officials familiar with the S&P decision.
Tue, 06 Dec, 2011