Wed, 09 Dec, 2015
IT WAS the kind of funeral Terry Keane would have approved of. An elegant church in leafy south Dublin, ladies with perfectly co-ordinated handbag and shoes, wonderfully refined music and a celebrant who doubles as an expert on Caravaggio.
Thu, 05 Jun, 2008
RAY BURKE will probably welcome the fact that neither he nor his legal team were required to attend Dublin Castle yesterday to hear the Planning Tribunal chairman, Judge Alan Mahon, issue a ruling that will see him out of pocket for some considerable time.
Tue, 07 Sep, 2004
The Cheltenham Gold Cup remains the premier event in the steeplechasing calendar, and Dessie Hughes certainly knows what it takes to win the Blue-Riband event of the festival, having piloted the Mick O’Toole-trained Davy Lad to victory in the 1977 race.
Thu, 13 Mar, 2003
BY the time the Flood Tribunal completes its latest investigation into allegations of corruption over the rezoning of lands at Carrickmines in south Dublin, John Caldwell is set to become something of a household name — like his erstwhile associates, Liam Lawlor and Frank Dunlop.
Fri, 01 Nov, 2002