With the Corn Uí Mhuirí now at quarter-final stage, Denis Hurley runs the rule over eight talents who have impressed in the campaign.
A mother watching her 13-year old son play a hurling match helped save his life after a sliotar blow to his chest stopped his heart beating.
Report took five years but runs to just 100 pages; Fails to look at causes or registration of deaths
Corn Uí Mhuirí (Munster PPS U18½ AFC) semi-finals
Ryan Mullen is the big favourite to land back-to-back U23 time-trial titles tonight as this year’s national championships get underway in Omagh, Co. Tyrone.
Mark Dowling won the Des Hanlon Memorial in stunning fashion yesterday, blitzing the stellar field to win before a huge crowd in Carlow.
A repeat of last year’s semi-final pairing is in store as Dr Harty Cup holders Ardscoil Rís were drawn with Hamilton High School in the quarter-final.
The Bishop of Cloyne has announced a major reshuffle of priests in the diocese and the retirement of three.
Ryanair has criticised the UK Competition Commission's (CC's) provisional decision that Ryanair "has influence" over Aer Lingus and that this "could reduce competition".
Sean Lacey won his fifth straight Lacey Cup in Tralee yesterday, edging out Michael Fitzgerald (Fermoy CC) and talented junior Dylan O’Brien (O’Leary’s Stone Kanturk CC) after 76 kilometres of hilly racing.
UK airport operator BAA is to give up its long legal battle over the forced sale of Stansted Airport.
The Board of Aer Lingus has today urged shareholders in the airline not to accept Ryanair's share purchase offer.
GAA director general Páraic Duffy has promised the strongest marketing drive for the forthcoming All-Ireland senior championships.
Eircom is technically in default, triggering the payment of credit-default swaps, according to the International Swaps and Derivatives Association.
Airport operator BAA is to sell Edinburgh airport, the Spanish-owned company announced today.
British airport operator BAA must sell two of its UK airports, competition chiefs said today in a final ruling.
Airport operator BAA will still have to sell two of its UK airports following a provisional ruling today by Britain's Competition Commission (CC).
A decision that could force airport operator BAA to comply with an order to sell three of its airports was restored by the Court of Appeal in the UK today.
A ruling which could force airport operator BAA to comply with an order to sell three of its airports will be made in the Court of Appeal today.
Airport operator BAA today won part of its appeal against a Competition Commission (CC) ruling that it must sell three of its airports.
BAA saw passenger numbers fall 7.3% last month after the recession impacted North Atlantic traffic and airlines slashed capacity at Stansted.
Britain's Competition Commission today ordered BAA to sell three of its airports.
Competition chiefs are tomorrow expected to stand by their decision to call for under-fire airport operator BAA to sell Gatwick and Stansted Airports.
Under-fire airport operator BAA has fallen foul of competition chiefs again, it was revealed today.
Airport operator BAA put the For Sale sign up over Gatwick airport today in a move likely to spark a lively bidding war.
Competition chiefs today signalled the break-up of BAA’s UK airport empire by proposing the company cease running two of its three London airports – Heathrow, Gatwick and Stansted.
Competition chiefs are expected to pave the way for a major shake-up of the ownership of some of the UK's biggest airports.
The under-fire owner of Britain’s biggest airports today unveiled the completion of a £13bn (€16bn) refinancing.
A series of international firms were today reported to be targeting Gatwick Airport as owner BAA faced being broken up by competition bosses.
IRELAND’S cricketers signalled their intention to make a strong defence of the European Championship yesterday with a crushing opening victory over Norway at The Hills.
The clash of Clare and Limerick brings back great memories of 90s battles for Seanie McMahon and Ciarán Carey, writes Diarmuid O’Flynn.
Airlines will tomorrow get more of an indication of what charges they face for using one of the UK’s busiest holiday airports for the period 2009-14.
BAA’s common ownership of seven UK airports “may not be serving well the interests of either airlines or passengers,” a report from the Competition Commission (CC) said today.
Airport operator BAA – under fire for the Heathrow Terminal 5 fiasco – will tomorrow get the first official indication of whether it will be forced to break up its UK airport empire.
ITV was given a boost today after regulators announced plans to review the broadcaster’s onerous advertising regime.
The Competition Commission (CC) has provisionally concluded that Tesco’s acquisition of a former Co-op store in Slough in the UK has reduced competition and choice in the area.
The Competition Commission (CC) has formally cleared the completed acquisition by Woolworths Group plc (Woolworths) of Bertram Group Limited (Bertram).
Competition chiefs have received a number of complaints from airlines about the “poor quality of service and facilities” at BAA-run airports which include Heathrow and Gatwick, it was revealed today.
Personal banking customers in the North will benefit from new measures to increase competition.
A woman has been raped almost every day this year, according to shocking new crime statistics released today.
THE way Fianna Fáil plays it is always pure Hollywood.
THE Government was last night unable to say if the referendum to strengthen constitutional protections for children will take place before the election, despite giving it the go-ahead.
British supermarket shares were today unruffled by the UK's Competition Commission (CC) progress report on its inquiry into the £95bn (€145bn) grocery sector.
Sinn Féin was today accused of "bowling short" in its motion to party members to endorse the police in the North.
THE Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) has indicated that he would support a decision by the Dáil to hold a referendum on statutory rape law.
Declining oil and commodity prices prevented the FTSE 100 Index from today making a stronger recovery after Friday’s drop of more than 70 points.
Clothing retailer Austin Reed highlighted its recovery today with a return to first-half profitability.
British clothing retailer Austin Reed today emerged as the target of a £42m (€62m) buy-out bid from the owners of a finance and property investment firm.
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