Women’s Gaelic football has made huge strides but even more must be made before there is equality, writes Paul Rouse.
A book by the actress Charlotte Rampling is strange in more ways than one. TP O’Mahony finds it to be a strange hybrid — neither an autobiography nor a memoir, but a collection of memories and musings.
Jimmy Crowley has started a new folk club in his native city, writes Pet O’Connell
The country’s first press ombudsman has officially retired and described the role as one of the most rewarding of his distinguished career.
The newspaper industry has paid warm tribute to Press Ombudsman John Horgan as he announces his retirement, describing him as a man with a “uniquely rounded and incredibly insightful perspective” who “commanded universal respect”.
ALL shopping records were broken in Dublin in the run-up to Christmas 1954. In the midst of the hectic shopping bonanza, however, there was alarm when baby Patrick Berrigan was kidnapped the Saturday before Christmas.
Journalist David McCullagh is leaving Leinster House to become a presenter on RTÉ’s Prime Time — a position that became vacant after Pat Kenny moved to Newstalk.
Seán Óg Ó Ceallacháin, the much-loved and record-breaking GAA radio broadcaster, journalist and author, has passed away at the age of 89.
A last word on Con Houlihan?
Con Houlihan was a philosopher who masqueraded as a sports journalist.
All was quiet in Con’s office yesterday, bar the sport on the television and the images flickering behind the eyes of Peter Roche, stationed at the counter of Mulligans of Poolbeg St.
When the IRA killed the British Ambassador Christopher Ewart-Biggs in 1976 a shocked nation was outraged, writes Caroline O’Doherty.
CHARLIE HAUGHEY was living proof that Santa came more than once in a year.
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