Wexford Youths went close to causing a major FAI Cup shock at the Brandywell, but Brian O’Sullivan’s First Division side were punished by Derry City’s in-form hitman, David Parkhouse, just six minutes from time.
Liam Cosgrave was humble but played a key role in politics and will be remembered as doing the State exemplary service, writes Political Editor Daniel McConnell.
An officer and a gentleman is how Liam Cosgrave should be remembered.
At the last general election I voted Labour — one of the worst decisions of my life.
CONOR Cruise O’Brien would probably have been proud to think that his passing this week would mark the end of an era.
A DUBLIN graduate scooped a national design award yesterday for creating a computer shaped like a tree.
THE onward march of innovation at the University of Limerick is about to hit another milestone with the upcoming graduation of the first students in product design technology.
THE controversy about whether Seán Haughey was shafted or just plain peed off has been an entirely spurious one.
AN 86-YEAR-OLD woman died from severe burns after her nightdress caught fire in the living room of her Co Clare farmhouse, an inquest heard last night.
An 86-year-old woman died from severe burns after her night-dress caught fire in the living room of her Co Clare farmhouse, an inquest heard tonight.
ONE of the more surprising features of the newly-released State papers was the eagerness of British Prime Minister Ted Heath to establish a power-sharing executive in the North with an all-Irish dimension.
THE late former Labour leader Brendan Corish refused to attend a State funeral because a State car was not sent to his Wexford home to drive him to the ceremony in Dublin.
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