Centres John Devine and Conor Goode crossed for the key tries as Garbally College fended off Sligo Grammar’s brave comeback to win their 48th Top Oil Connacht Senior Schools Cup.
Sixty motorists accused of speeding in north Cork may be in line for a reprieve due to a recent High Court decision that they should be served with a photograph of their car at the incident.
Jack O’Connor admitted 20 years is too long for Kerry to be still searching for an All-Ireland minor title.
A High Court ruling may result in a number of speeding summonses being thrown out.
The High Court has been asked to rule whether gardaí must provide a photograph of a car when they summons its driver to the District Court for speeding.
Mayo 2-13 Tyrone 1-13
More than once we tried to make Enda Gilvarry put this into some sort of perspective.
Mayo 3-19 Monaghan 1-12
Mayo football’s base has moved away from the bastion of the north, in the pursuit of Sam
IT will be impossible to start the cervical cancer vaccination programme in secondary schools after Easter, as promised earlier this week by Health Minister Mary Harney, a public health doctor has claimed.
ABOUT 4% of the population have been infected with swine flu, the country’s public health watchdog has confirmed. And it looks as if the initial wave of the pandemic has peaked, the Health Protection Surveillance Centres said.
HOUSE prices have drop by almost 20% in the last year and are staying on the market for an average of more than seven months compared with six weeks during the boom.
THE arbitrary remuneration limit of €500,000 on the top job at AIB will make it very difficult for the group to attract somebody from outside the bank, according to Oliver Gilvarry, head of research at Dolmen Securities.
A DOCTOR who sent abusive messages to colleagues has been barred from practicing here and faces suspension by British medical authorities.
PARENTS were last night urged to ensure their children were given the right dosage of cough and cold medicines after five toddlers in Britain died from overdoses.
The Irish Medicines Board (IMB) has today reminded parents that cough and cold medicines for use in children under two, have never been recommended in Ireland without appropriate advice from a doctor or pharmacist.
DOCTORS have lost confidence and trust in the management of the health service, the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has claimed.
OUR health system is “painfully slow” and less efficient than the former health boards, according to the incoming president of the Irish Medical Organisation.
DOCTORS are worried over the delay in establishing a fully operational independent nursing home inspectorate.
The fight against the global €28 billion illegal medicines racket is being waged every day at Irish borders and delivery depots, but is set to escalate further, writes Paul Kelly.
THOUSANDS of babies are missing out on vital developmental checks, normally conducted at nine months, because of a shortage of public health doctors, the Irish Medical Organisation (IMO) has claimed.
QUICK thinking by the State’s drug policing body has ensured that Ireland does not run short of flu vaccine this winter.
ANTI-depressant drugs which could make young patients suicidal have never been approved for children under 18 years of age, the Irish Medicines Board said yesterday.
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