Mon, 10 Jul, 2017
There was a pleasant social event in Moorepark recently where current and former staff assembled for the launch of “Moorepark Memories”, a 258-page photographic record of the people and events that transformed what was a derelict Land Commission farm in 1959 into today’s technology centre with more than 300 people employed.
Thu, 19 May, 2016
Fri, 05 Feb, 2016
WHEN he was asked about leadership options in Fianna Fáil late last year, the venerable Willie O’Dea declared: “And I say this with the greatest respect to my colleagues — I respect each and every one of them — I look around the [parliamentary party] table in my mind’s eye, and I don’t see the messiah and when I look in the mirror I don’t see him either.”
Mon, 27 Apr, 2015
Martin Conmey was 20 years old when he and two others were wrongly accused of killing Una Lynskey, yards from her home near Ratoath, Dublin in 1971. Michael Clifford outlines his long battle for justice and arduous quest for a certificate of miscarriage of justice
Sat, 07 Jul, 2012