Philip Heary, 53, from Kells now wants to raise awareness of the deadly blood disease which left him on death's door three times after his organs failed.
A Meath man who was ‘eating and drinking himself to death’ says the running fraternity saved him and gave him a new life beyond his 'wildest dreams.'
A seagull turned bright orange after he plunged into a vat of chicken tikka masala in Wales.
Paul Dunne underlined his immense talent on the penultimate day of the Qualifying School Final Stage at PGA Catalunya Resort in Girona yesterday.
Renowned songsmith John Spillane will be featured in his six-part TG4 series singing at the grave of legendary blind bard Turlough O’Carolan.
The Government has been given clearance to increase the number of regions where it can give grants to businesses to support investment and job creation.
A Meath taxi driver has been jailed for twenty months at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court for sexually assaulting a drunk passager in south Dublin.
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You would not think that a Facebook campaign for Vat reform would excite the public’s imagination but it has — and it is no wonder.
It was a case of close cuts for nine Meath brothers who reunited for the first time in two years in a Guinness world record attempt.
Gardaí in Kells are appealing for information to locate a 16-year-old boy who has gone missing from his home in Hermitage Glen, Co Meath.
All boxes have now been opened and counting is continuing in the Meath East by-election.
With the Section 481 production tax relief extended until 2020, the Irish film industry breathed a sigh of relief after some pre-budget suggestions that the scheme might have been axed.
A footballer’s scrotum was torn open during a GAA minor championship match in Co Meath three years ago, a court heard yesterday.
Germany’s Martin Kaymer set about silencing any lingering Ryder Cup critics with a timely return to form on day two of the BMW Italian Open in Turin.
A string of top awards at last week’s Discover Ireland Dublin Horse Show pointed to a revival of sport horse breeding in Munster.
Bad weather, price cuts, and fodder shortages have all combined to shatter confidence among the farming community, according to the IFA.
Michael Hoey put his rivals to the sword, including fellow Irishman Damien McGrane, in being presented with a ceremonial dagger as his prize for winning the Hassan II Trophy in Morocco.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard marked his 400th league appearance with a hat-trick to settle the 217th Merseyside derby at Anfield last night.
The Irish Waste Management Association (IWMA) says it strongly opposes Government plans to restructure the waste collection market.
THE report on Monday that HSE Forum South members from Fine Gael are threatening to quit the “talking shop” comes as no surprise. I have attended two meetings of the chairpersons of the four national forums.
THIS is it. The day every Irish soccer fan has dreaded. The nightmare scenario.
DIVERSIFIED Irish healthcare services group, United Drug is confident of boosting its overseas profit contribution to 80% over the next three years.
DOCTORS have warned patients’ lives will be at risk because of a plan by the Health Service Executive to slash funding to an out of hours GP service in the north east.
EXCELLENCE in pedigree cattle production was recognised at the presentation of the RDS Champion of Champion awards in Dublin.
KELLS Heritage Centre in Co Meath has closed due to financial constraints and its future is uncertain.
IT WAS a beautiful sunny day at Arsenal’s training ground in St Albans yesterday but the sight of Shay Given sitting out training sent a shiver down the spine.
THE prestigious breeders’ championship at the Fáilte Ireland Dublin Horse Show was won by west Cork exhibitors John and Cathal Dineen, Kilshinihan, Timoleague, with their seven-year-old chestnut, Kilshinihan Lass.
FARM families in the north-east were supported by the IFA yesterday in their efforts to ensure that a proposed 400KV power line is put underground.
CORK’S Tony Healy cemented his place as top seed when defeating Dublin’s Eoin Kennedy to take his third consecutive senior men’s crown at the Envirogreen Resource Nationals in Kilkenny yesterday.
YOU can already hear people humming the theme tune to The Odd Couple.
Fianna Fáil is reportedly planning to select a new candidate for the forthcoming Meath by-election in the coming days.
MATTHEW BARRETT the Irishman who heads Britain’s Barclays bank is to see his annual pay package double to stg£3.9 million, it emerged yesterday.
HUGE landfill costs are forcing private refuse collection companies to export waste, a national organisation claimed yesterday.
TERRY VENABLES would have laughed at the irony of it all. Robbie Keane spent yesterday in Dublin juggling a ball and extolling the virtues of the Sony Playstation, a computer company who advise you not to underestimate the power of their product.
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