The testimony of a man aged 91, who died earlier this year, has provided an intriguing insight into the strong republican affiliations of a group of set dancers photographed at a crossroads in Ireland more than 100 years ago.
Mon, 05 Dec, 2016
Fears expressed for the GAA’s disciplinary system — in the wake of Diarmuid Connolly’s successful appeal against a suspension that allowed him play in Dublin’s All-Ireland semi-final against Mayo this year — have eased significantly in the wake of a landmark case held in Belfast this week.
Fri, 30 Oct, 2015
Earlier this week, the former CEO and owner of the Peanut Corporation of America was sentenced to 28 years in prison for his part in a salmonella outbreak that led to the death of nine people across the US. More than 700 people suffered illness and 166 being hospitalised as a result.
Fri, 25 Sep, 2015
In his opinion piece on prostitution (November 11) Mick Wallace claims that the Turn off the Red Light campaign makes a number of false assertions and assumptions. Ironically, it is Mr Wallace who has made a number of ill-informed and misguided assertions and assumptions.
Thu, 20 Nov, 2014