Fri, 26 Jun, 2020
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Sat, 09 May, 2020
Fri, 08 May, 2020
Groups representing the most vulnerable small companies, including tourism, hospitality, and retail firms facing into the Covid-19 storm, say they are angered by the Government’s decision to allow Revenue collect a regular Vat payment at the end of next week.
Fri, 13 Mar, 2020
Irish economic growth will grind to a halt and unemployment will creep above 5% this year under Italy-style quarantines to control the Covid-19 outbreak here, the Economic and Social Research Institute has projected in new forecasts.
Mon, 09 Mar, 2020
Mickey Graham is much too gregarious a figure to embark upon a ‘youse all writ us off’ speech, but he was still grateful to the reporter who asked him how his mood has changed with this, their third win in a row, after their opening round 12-point loss to Armagh that had many seeing his Cavan side as relegation candidates.
Sun, 23 Feb, 2020
It wasn’t always pretty, and there were times when it seemed like it would be Ryan McMenamin who would be leaving St Conleth's Park with a first league win for his new team, but Daniel Flynn’s 58th-minute goal proved crucial as Jack O’Connor began life in Kildare with a win.
Sun, 26 Jan, 2020
Glen Rovers manager Richie Kelleher nods when you ask about his club’s recent record in county finals. Sunday’s meeting with Imokilly is a fifth final appearance in the last decade, but Kelleher says that doesn’t make it less of an occasion.
Fri, 18 Oct, 2019
A couple accused of child cruelty after their nine-year-old daughter was discovered with serious injuries at their home in north Dublin have been further held in custody pending “further charges”.
Wed, 14 Aug, 2019
Fourteen years after making her debut for Tipperary, Mary Ryan is still one of the Premiers’ prime performers, as illustrated by another tour de force that earned the pocket rocket player-of-the-match honours in her side’s 2-12 to 1-7 Liberty Insurance All-Ireland Senior Camogie Championship triumph over Clare in Sixmilebridge on Saturday.
Mon, 08 Jul, 2019
Exactly two years today, Rian O’Neill of Crossmaglen, south Armagh, flew across the world to one of the oldest sporting institutions in the world — the North Melbourne Australian Rules club — to see how he might shape up as a prospective player.
Sat, 29 Jun, 2019
Jackie Tyrrell might have hesitated about placing the county in Ireland’s top three teams. Yet a later column implied cancellation of the caveat. Tyrrell deemed Limerick’s core emphasis ― “flood the middle third” ― an approach hard to counter.
Sun, 02 Jun, 2019
Mayo University Hospital has apologised in the High Court for the standard of care given to a woman who had a chest x-ray two years ago and who it was alleged suffered a delay in the diagnosis of her lung cancer.
Wed, 29 May, 2019
The number of unique clients using the country's first homeless night cafe rose by 10% last year, with Merchants Quay Ireland revealing that more people pushed into homelessness because of the housing crisis are accessing the service.
Mon, 06 May, 2019