Mon, 22 Jun, 2020
Of all the rows ‘The Sunday Game’ programmes generated during the last 40 years, perhaps changing the theme tune 15 years ago was the greatest of them. Here our GAA correspondentlists 10 of the controversies prompted by comments and quotes.
Fri, 29 Nov, 2019
Colin Sheridan With the sporting summer we’ve so far had — Irish cricketers storming Lord’s, young Irish soccer players dazzling in Europe, young Irish sprinters winning medals, and some lad from Clara winning the Open up north, you could almost be forgiven for forgetting about the hurling.
Mon, 29 Jul, 2019
The Cork fish stall which achieved international fame with two British royal visits and as a location for the hit TV show The Young Offenders was the centre of attention yesterday at the High Court where a woman sued for compensation as a result of a fall on the public walkway outside the stall.
Sat, 07 Jul, 2018
While most of the talk around the new-look hurling championship has been how it will severely test the depth and durability of each panel, Walsh Park’s hosting of Kilkenny at the weekend brought to light how it’ll test the suitability of certain provincial grounds as well.
Wed, 21 Feb, 2018
There can’t be many upsides to losing an All-Ireland final but it was put to Kevin Moran yesterday that their loss to Galway had at least avoided the spectacle of John Mullane riding a horse through Waterford City in his birthday suit.
Wed, 20 Sep, 2017
“It’s no more than the kids deserve,” said Joe Browne, founder of the charity that has single-handedly transformed cystic fibrosis facilities for both children and adults attending Cork University Hospital.
Thu, 07 Sep, 2017
Fri, 16 Jun, 2017
An expert in document examination who served as a handwriting forensic investigator at Garda HQ for over 25 years, told Limerick Circuit Court yesterday the signature on the will of a bachelor farmer was a forgery. His evidence backed that of two other experts.
Sat, 08 Apr, 2017
A feasibility study is to be carried out into creating Travellers’ horse-caring project in Co Cork, which it’s hoped will put an end to the number of stray animals being put down every year by the local authority.
Mon, 05 Dec, 2016
Tue, 11 Oct, 2016
John Mullane and I have had this ‘friendly’ €20 bet over the last few months on the outcome of the Clare-Waterford championship match in June, but we decided live on RTÉ Radio 1 yesterday to bring it forward by five weeks. Now it has turned into a rolling bet, the money still sweating in the pot until next Sunday. We hope.
Mon, 02 May, 2016
A Sinn Féin TD who was allegedly bullied out of her position by party colleagues has held exploratory talks with the Independent Alliance in recent weeks about a possible general election bid, the Irish Examiner has learnt.
Tue, 01 Dec, 2015