If the yes campaign was bruised by a drop in the polls last week, it certainly wasn’t showing at the launch on Thursday of Hear Me Out, an initiative encouraging people to talk to undecided voters ahead of Friday’s referendum.
Thu, 24 May, 2018
Fri, 05 May, 2017
Marian Keyes’ latest book, Making It Up As I Go Along, is a collection of essays about modern life. The writer, now on the ‘other side’ of crippling depression, tellswhy she’s accepted that life doesn’t always come with a rule book
Thu, 18 Feb, 2016
A judge said he was not going to penalise a person for walking on a country road at night — when no public transport was available — in a civil case in which a tipsy pedestrian sued a hackney driver for negligence after being struck by a wing mirror of the car near Ardfert village.
Thu, 18 Jun, 2015
Three members of a family who sued another member arising out of a collision “in a minor manner with a wall, “ succeeded in their claims at the Circuit Civil Court in Tralee yesterday and were awarded general damages decrees totalling €9,500 for minor injuries
Thu, 11 Jun, 2015
A support group for survivors of sexual abuse has criticised a Court of Appeal decision to reduce the sentence imposed on an 81-year-old former primary school principal, jailed for indecently assaulting 11 of his female pupils.
Sat, 16 May, 2015
The death has occurred of Sean McNamara, one of the most respected prop forwards in Munster rugby for more than a decade immediately after World War II and who then went on to coach Thomond during the most successful years of the Limerick club.
Wed, 21 Aug, 2013