After cancellation last year the Rás Tailteann will return to the Irish sporting calendar for 2020 with the route confirmed for the five-day race which runs from June 10-14.
Naas' power and depth came to the fore in the second half of Tuesday’s semi-final clash with Marist College of Athlone.
A scientist matched dog hairs taken from a car seat cover found at a murder accused's home to a bulldog belonging to a man whose car was stolen five months before the murder, the Central Criminal Court has heard.
Gardaí are appealing for information after a cash box was stolen in Co Westmeath this morning.
The final pairings for the Lidl Ladies National Football League semi-finals were confirmed after wins for Cavan and Louth in this weekend’s deciding matches.
Nine points from Chloe Foxe propelled St Martin’s to the final of the AIB All-Ireland Senior Club Camogie Championship as a result of a 0-11 to 0-5 win over Inniscarra at WIT Carriganore.
Lagan Group — one of Ireland’s largest cement, building products, and contractors — has been sold for €526m after it completed the sale of most of its business to the London AIM-listed Breedon Group.
Gardaí investigating a number of burglaries have arrested three men in Co. Westmeath.
Launched in 1992, the Ford Mondeo chalks up its 25th anniversary this year.
A book of evidence was served yesterday on a man accused of selling fraudulent Adele concert tickets for thousands of euro.
Fraudulent concert tickets for Adele were allegedly sold in several counties from Cork to Donegal by a 43-year-old man, charged yesterday with 18 counts of theft.
Gardaí have seized heroin worth €45,000 and arrested one man as part of an operation in Westmeath.
The parents of a baby who died six days after his birth said they are still waiting for answers from the HSE.
Latest: The person who died in this morning's fatal road traffic incident has been named as 51-year-old Jacqueline Wolohan of Coolock, Dublin 17.
A man has been jailed for 10 years for raping a 14-year-old girl in a field as she walked to her friend’s house.
Tom Cribbin and those who know him, there was poetic symmetry to his Westmeath side’s 10-point comeback victory over Meath. As an Ironman veteran, Cribbin knows all about perseverance and absorbing pain to make gain.
Gardaí are examining CCTV footage and are re-interviewing witnesses in a bid to piece together the final movements of murdered 20-year-old Silvestras Stoskus.
An autopsy will this morning seek to determine the cause of death of a man whose body was found in Waterford City.
The jury in the Graham Dwyer trial has heard about Garda requests for Elaine O’Hara’s mobile phone data up to the day he is alleged to have murdered her, and for his data for several months before and after that date.
Up to three people were rescued uninjured from a house fire in County Westmeath in the early hours of this morning.
Dublin became the first team to qualify for the Bord na Móna O'Byrne Cup semi-finals after a hard earned victory over Offaly, with wins also for Maynooth University, Kildare, UCD, Meath, Westmeath, Wexford and DIT tonight.
Spurred on by a Conor Cosgrove goal in the opening minute, Garrycastle qualified for the final of the Westmeath SFC with a 1-14 to 0-6 win against Coralstown/Kinnegad at Cusack Park.
The battle for Longford-Westmeath once again highlights Ireland’s curious tradition as a Republic that often takes comfort in voting for the hereditary principle when choosing elected representatives.
Strong winds have caused an electricity pylon to crash into two homes in Co Down.
The latest Allsop Space auction, held today, saw 93 properties sold for around €11.2m.
A property tycoon who vanished for eight months has appeared in court charged with making false allegations he had been kidnapped and held hostage.
A man has died after his car caught fire on a motorway in Co Westmeath.
Monaghan stars Caoimhe Mohan and Ciara McAnespie scored the late points as Ulster snatched a dramatic victory in Saturday’s MMI interprovincial ladies football championship final.
Derry Peters has assembled a powerful-looking squad laced with Cork’s All-Ireland winning senior stars as Munster look to regain the Mick Talbot cup in Saturday’s MMI Interprovincial tournament.
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Peter Clarke’s Mayo squeezed into the top four in Division 1 of the Tesco Homegrown Ladies National Football League yesterday.
St Mary’s, Macroom won their first All-Ireland Post Primary Schools SBFC title with victory over St Joseph’s Mercy, Navan at Freshford (0-15 to 2-7).
A man in his 40s has died after a road collision in Co. Kildare.
Top performances at the London Olympics, a Rolex FEI Show Jumping World Cup win, and Ireland reclaiming first place in world studbook eventing rankings, were reflected at the presentation of the Horse Sport Ireland 2012 Breeders’ Awards.
Rural bus stops operating in some parts of the country are to be shut from today.
The 2012 salmon season on the Blackwater continued to produce springers last week.
Meath, Kildare and DCU advanced to the Bord na Mona O'Byrne Cup semi-finals this afternoon, while in the Shield competition Laois, DIT and Wicklow all claimed victories.
Drivers will be hit with a rise in toll fares on two of the country's busiest stretches of road from Sunday.
WESTMEATH officials are counting the cost of a difficult year as independent auditors reported a deficit of almost €250,000 for 2011.
THE operator of the €328 million N4/N6 Kilcock-Kinnegad motorway increased its profits almost threefold on the tolled route last year, revealing results exceeded expectations.
IN what he described as one of the worst cases of overzealous prosecutions he had ever seen, a judge has ordered a county council to pay €750 to its local Tidy Towns committee.
A CASH-IN-TRANSIT driver whose family were held hostage during a tiger kidnapping six years ago has told a trial that he could not drive his van during the incident because he was crying so much.
A cash-in-transit driver whose family were held hostage during a tiger-kidnapping six years ago has told a trial that he couldn't drive his van during the incident because he was crying so much.
THREE schoolgirls who went on a shopping trip to mark one of their birthdays were wrongly accused of shoplifting and held in a small room for almost half an hour, a judge has heard.
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