Selling Christy Ryan the idea of being interviewed is as entertaining as the official chat itself.
The jury did not hear evidence that Patrick Quirke had secret audio recordings of him being "intimate" with Mary Lowry and that his computer was used to look up articles on notorious Irish murderers including Joe O'Reilly.
Patrick Quirke has been found guilty of murdering his love rival Bobby ‘Mr. Moonlight’ Ryan.
The Clipper Round the World Yacht Race sees hundreds of non-sailors take to the waves, John Tynan reports
The company that acquired Ireland’s most expensive house was entitled to apply to develop the site, a Bord Pleanála hearing has been told.
A psychiatric nurse has accepted it is possible he had a knife and used it in an incident in which five people were allegedly stabbed.
A psychiatric nurse has gone on trial accused of stabbing and assaulting six people after an 18th birthday party.
A MOVE to demolish buildings containing popular seaweed baths in Ballybunion, Co Kerry, has been turned down by An Bord Pleanála.
ALDI has been refused planning permission for a store in Kenmare, for the second time.
MISCALCULATIONS by the Department of Finance has left the working poor out of pocket when they could have received the benefits of refunded tax credits, a non-profit organisation claims.
THE cyber age’s bid to spread its message into a pristine landscape has perished between a rock and a hard place in a Bronze Age valley.
AN EXHIBITION of point scoring by John O’Dwyer powered Ballincollig to a thrilling victory over Tracton in a marvellous Evening Echo Cork Premier IHC quarter-final tie at Pairc Uí Rinn yesterday.
A 16-year-old has been remanded on bail pending sentence after he was found guilty of attacking a woman from his neighbourhood with an inflatable baseball bat.
RESIDENTS of an historic west Kerry village have vowed to continue their campaign against an Eircom mast after an Bord Pleanála overruled its own inspector to give the project the green light.
AN Bord Pleanála has refused planning permission for a revolving advertising sign at a busy junction in Tralee because it would create a traffic hazard.
THE need for adequate water and sewerage schemes in Kenmare has been highlighted by a decision of An Bord Pleanála to refuse planning permission for a 14-house development in the fast-growing tourist town, it emerged yesterday.
A SMOOTH enough passage for All-Ireland champions Newtownshandrum and an eight point victory for Blackrock were the highlights of a small permanent tsb Cork County SHC programme over the weekend.
The distraught parents of a Limerick toddler who died after an arson attack on her home said they hoped the man convicted of her murder "rots in jail".
A 23-YEAR-OLD man was yesterday charged with the murder of four-year-old girl Katelyn Ryan, who died from burns suffered in an alleged arson attack on her home.
THERE were poignant scenes in Limerick last night when the remains of four-year-old petrol bomb victim Katelyn Ryan were removed to Our Lady of Lourdes Church in
THE heartfelt note on the simple white card summed up the feelings of an entire city: “Miss you and love you always, Katelyn - From Paula and family.”
A FOUR-YEAR-OLD girl who suffered horrific burns in a firebomb attack lost her fight for life yesterday.
FIRST DIVISION leaders Portsmouth suffered a rare blip yesterday as Crystal Palace left Fratton Park with a point from a 1-1 draw.
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