The promoters of a film festival which celebrates Richard Harris in his native Limerick, has accused the city’s cultural establishment of snubbing the event after the city council gave it just €200.
Tue, 11 Oct, 2016
Millions of euros worth of Irish property was sold at two separate auctions yesterday, each streamed live online from Cork and Dublin, and they followed on from a further €12.5 million netted at the inaugural Allsop Private auction last week of 20 properties, at average sale prices of €625,000.
Thu, 17 Mar, 2016
Shannon Airport’s celebration of 70 years since the first commercial transatlantic flight into an Irish airport has been marked with a photographic exhibition featuring the many famous people who passed through — and the one who didn’t.
Wed, 02 Dec, 2015
AN interesting report recently landed on my desk about how much time modern fathers spend with their children. Well OK, it was a piece that I saw online while having some Maccheroni fired at me by a one-foot human but you get the drift, and in the end research is research.
Sat, 30 May, 2015
Veteran Limerick rugby broadcaster Len Dineen will embark on a contrasting double assignment on this evening when he contends with the raucous roar of Thomond Park followed by the serene sounds of Perry Como during a marathon stint at the microphone.
Sat, 06 Dec, 2014
With his family’s staunch republican background and his posh “West Brit” like tones that have proven a hit with BBC listeners, Ryan Tubridy is in many ways the perfect choice for chronicling the lives of Irish people who have made it big in Britain.
Thu, 07 Nov, 2013