The Cork-led band played a superb gig in Dublin, writes Ed Power.
For a glimpse of the vibrant state of the Irish music scene as we enter a new decade, St James’ Church in the heart of Dingle on the first night of Other Voices would be a good place to start.
Although hyped as a 'Dublin band' after the city in which they were formed, both the singer and guitarist of the Murder Capital are from Cork, writes Ed Power.
Bingo, calendars to count smiles and kindness tunnels are being promoted as "wellbeing" in Irish secondary schools as opposed to focusing on improving management practices.
The Croke Park agreement, under which teachers work 33 hours per year in non-classroom contact, has been described as the “greatest waste of time ever”.
An online petition, ‘Save the Pav’, is gathering momentum to reopen one of Cork’s best-known night entertainment venues after yesterday’s shock announcement that The Pavilion had closed its doors.
Kilcoo 0-9 Burren 0-7
IRRESPECTIVE of how many Ulster titles they’ve won, few have been as convincing as Crossmaglen’s latest witnessed at the Morgan Athletic Grounds yesterday.
BURREN ran out seven point winners in this feisty Ulster Club Football Championship first round game.
Down champions Burren became the last club to earn a semi-final place in the AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship, while in Connacht Killererin and St. Brigid's of Roscommon advanced to the AIB Connacht Club SFC final.
Down manager Ross Carr has named three championship debutants in his team for Sunday's Ulster SFC first round meeting with Tyrone at Healy Park (throw-in 3.45pm).
BRIAN DARBY will keep up the family tradition by lining out with Offaly against Westmeath in Saturday night’s Leinster senior football championship in Tullamore.
UUJ 1-16 Garda College 1-14 (after extra-time)
Down 1-15 UUJ 0-15
The Down County Board are set to ratify Ross Carr as manager of the county's senior footballers for a second year at their meeting tonight.
Down 1-15 Monaghan 2-15
Down 0-15 Cavan 0-11
Cavan 2-11 Down 3-8
The White House today acknowledged public frustration with the Iraq war but tried to play down Republican anxieties as the House of Representatives prepared to pass legislation that could cut off funding for US troops as early as July.
At a meeting of the GAA’s Central Hearings Committee was held last night Cork football manager Billy Morgan was suspended for eight weeks from the date of last night’s meeting.
Queens University Belfast are Sigerson Cup champions with their 0 -15 to 0-14 extra-time win against University of Ulster Jordanstown in Belfast.
Westmeath maintained their 100% record in Division 1B as they held off 14-man Down at Cusack Park by 0-09 to 0-07.
Down 0-14 Kildare 1-11
Louth marked their return to top-flight football with a win today as Darren Clarke and Shane Lennon both netted against Down in the 2-14 to 1-13 victory in Drogheda.
2005 All-Star full-forward Stephen O’Neill was sent-off but Tyrone’s newcomers did enough to claim a 2-14 to 0-9 win over Queen’s University in an entertaining clash in Omagh today.
With many of Down football's leading lights set to line out for the Powerade Down All-Star team tomorrow, new county boss Ross Carr will get a chance to run the rule over his extended panel.
A Sudanese Darfur rebel faction has demanded that the African Union (AU) extend its deadline for the concluding peace talks, as Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo pressured the warring sides to sign a proposed deal.
Down 2-7 Dublin 0-9
QUB 1-9, UUJ 1-8
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