From the best bread to the best dairy, these awards have the cream of the crop.
A dispute between members of a family whose firm sells and makes jewellery including the world-famous Claddagh rings has been adjourned for mediation talks.
Five decades after sitting into a radio studio for the first time, Seán Bán Breathnach remains as enthusiastic and animated as ever on the national airwaves
A controversial wind farm proposal for turbines reaching 150 metres in height and 120-metre diameter blades in the heart of historic Sliabh Luachra area in Kerry has been granted permission by An Bord Pleanala.
FITNESS expert, author and entrepreneur, Pat Divilly believes in dogged hard work. He knows from experience that there is no fast track to success.
Far too many four and five-star hotels in Ireland are under-performing and proving a disappointment to high-paying guests, according to Georgina Campbell, the woman behind the annual hospitality awards.
There has been a double tragedy in Limerick with the deaths of a university student and school teacher in separate incidents.
A student in the University of Limerick is reported to have died following a fall at a house on Monday.
Pat Divilly from Galway says social media changed his life and allowed him to develop a thriving business.
No provision has been made in planning laws, in Kerry, for a minimum distance of the erection of huge wind turbines from family homes.
A heartland of old Gaelic music and literature is refusing to dance to the tune of wind developers.
A local councillor has said the communities affected by a road accident in Co Galway will have to unite behind the families affected.
Gardaí have issued a fresh appeal for information to help identify the body of a man found in Galway two years ago.
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Hundreds of people queued to pay their respects as Christy O’Connor Jnr left his beloved Knocknacarra for the final time yesterday evening.
Ballybrit has always been a special place for Dermot Weld and the master of Rosewell House struck with a spectacular 636/1 four-timer at the Galway track last evening
A facial reconstruction has been created in the hope of identifying a man found dead in woods in the west of Ireland last year.
A wheelchair user has been sentenced to five years in prison for indecently assaulting a girl during the 1980s.
A second postmaster has put himself up as an election candidate in the deepening row with the Government over feared post office closures.
He gave the impression of having the same knowledge as an armchair fan but that is what made him such a great broadcaster, writes Special Correspondent Michael Clifford
Ireland’s youngest ever heart transplant recipient, now a father of two, says organ donors are not just saving one life, they are helping to create ones.
A public meeting is to be held in a rural West Cork community tomorrow night as locals discuss growing fears about the planned construction of a cluster of giant wind turbines near their homes.
A coroner has issued a public warning about undiscovered side-effects of ecstasy following the deaths by drowning of two men.
Setting near Black Head and Ballyvaughan makes this Wild Atlantic Way thatch special, says Tommy Barker.
Gardai in Salthill, Galway wish to seek the publics assistance in the identification of the body of a male who was found near Barna on the evening of the 27th of September 2014.
So what else would an active dog do on a sunny afternoon in Salthill?
Homes and business owners are beginning to count the cost as the latest 120km/h winds batter the west and south coasts.
Six cars were washed out to sea at Cleggan in west Co Galway in one of the worst storms to hit the west in years.
Meet Trixie — the only turkey in Ireland looking forward to Christmas.
A town the same size as Tralee has effectively been wiped out because of the failure of motorists to ensure each other’s safety on Irish roads.
A senior AIB manager has told the High Court he was made a "pariah" after he was allegedly suspended in retaliation for making a bullying claim against a superior.
A portion of the Tralee/Newcastle West road is expected to remain closed for the next two hours after a school bus caught fire.
BILLED as the hotel at the crossroads, where history and tradition meet luxury and style, The Twelve is an eclectic mix of old and new, modern and traditional.
TASTING and assessing wine is by no means an exact science.
A post-mortem will take place today to establish the cause of death of a man who was recovered from Galway Bay yesterday.
A Garda investigation is underway after the body of a man was found off the coast of Galway.
A body has been recovered from the sea off the coast of Galway.
A man in his 20s was killed in a car accident in the north-west on Christmas Day as he drove home having visited his girlfriend.
Glass is used to very stylish effect, says Trish Dromey and gives the occupants vantage points to watch the sun come up and go down on Galway Bay
SPECULATION is rife that next year’s Circuit of Ireland Rally will be included in the global Intercontinental Rally Challenge (IRC) series.
A man in his 40s has died following a fire at his home in Co Galway.
THREE people died in separate road accidents yesterday in Wexford, Galway and Donegal.
Two men have lost their lives on the roads overnight, in Galway and Wexford.
A 42-year-old man has died after he was knocked down in Co Galway.
THE Irish tourism sector has suffered another major body blow after a new survey claimed this country is one of the least popular destinations for European holidaymakers.
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