Munster captured the Girls’ Interprovincial Championship but had to settle for second best at Ulster took the Ladies’ title at Wexford.
Fri, 10 Jul, 2015
A Kurdish separatist was convicted today of a minibus blast in 2005 that killed five people including Waterford teenager Tara Whelan.
Tue, 29 Dec, 2009
IRISH people travelling to Turkey should “exercise the utmost vigilance and caution” given the recent spate of bombings in the country, the Department of Foreign Affairs has said.
Thu, 31 Aug, 2006
Ten British people were injured, one of them seriously, in a bomb blast on a bus at a popular Turkish holiday resort.
Mon, 28 Aug, 2006
THE image is still clear in Tony Whelan’s mind. His 17-year-old daughter stands in the doorway, home from a night out, no longer a girl, but a woman.
Sat, 15 Jul, 2006
THE HEARTBROKEN father of a leaving cert student killed in a bomb blast in Turkey a year ago this weekend says he still expects his bubbly, bright daughter to walk through the door.
Thu, 13 Jul, 2006
MURDERED horse breeder Dick Forristal died as a result of blood loss and injuries to both his lungs and aorta, caused by stab wounds, an inquest into his death has heard.
Wed, 31 May, 2006
TURKISH police have arrested the man they believe was responsible for the terrorist bombing which killed Co Waterford teenager Tara Whelan last summer.
Mon, 10 Apr, 2006
Turkish police have arrested a man they suspect was behind the attack in which a young Irish woman was killed last summer.
Sat, 08 Apr, 2006
TERRORISTS brought grief to London, nature’s forces terrorised New Orleans, while Eddie Hobbs threw the Government into panic over Rip Off Ireland.
Sat, 01 Oct, 2005
Neans McSweeney, South-East Correspondent
Thu, 18 Aug, 2005
DICK FORRISTAL'S violent death was the worst kind imaginable, more than 1,000 mourners were told yesterday at the funeral of the well known Co Waterford horse breeder.
Thu, 28 Jul, 2005
Two men will appear in court tonight in connection with the death of a well-known Co Waterford horse breeder.
Sun, 24 Jul, 2005
A man appeared in court tonight charged with the murder of a Co Waterford horse breeder.
Sat, 23 Jul, 2005
A teenager will appear in court later today charged with the murder of a well-known Co Waterford horse breeder.
Two men are being questioned by detectives today in connection with the fatal stabbing of a well-known Co Waterford horse breeder.
A MAN in his early 20s has been arrested and is helping gardaí with their investigation into the death of Co Waterford horse breeder Dick Forristal.
A man was being questioned by detectives tonight in connection with the fatal stabbing of a well-known Co Waterford horse breeder.
Fri, 22 Jul, 2005
Gardaí in Co Waterford are investigating the murder of a well-known horse breeder at his home near Tramore yesterday.
THE horse breeder shot dead at his home in Co Waterford yesterday is believed to have interrupted intruders at his stud farm.
THE only empty seat in the church at the funeral of Irish teenager Tara Whelan, killed in a terrorist bomb attack in Turkey, was her place in the choir stall.
The only empty seat in the church at the funeral of teenager Tara Whelan, who was killed in a terrorist bomb in Turkey, was her place in the choir stall.
Thu, 21 Jul, 2005
The Irish girl killed in last weekend's bomb attack at the Turkish holiday resort of Kusadasi is due to be buried in Co Waterford today.
ELAINE and her three friends had saved hard for their holiday to Kusadasi on August 1.
TARA WHELAN’S remains have returned to her family home, to her heartbroken parents, brothers, sisters, niece and a shattered community.
Wed, 20 Jul, 2005
The Irish Travel Agents Association has reported only a small number of cancellations following the death of Irish girl Tara Whelan in a bomb attack in Turkey at the weekend.
Tue, 19 Jul, 2005
Foreign Affairs Minister Dermot Ahern is expected to discuss the issue of security for Irish tourists when he meets his Turkish counterpart in Ankara today.
THERE were heart-breaking scenes at Our Lady of Mercy Secondary School yesterday as former pupils who should be enjoying their summer break gathered to mourn and support one another.
MINISTER for Foreign Affairs Dermot Ahern will raise issues of security and safety with the Turkish Government today in the wake of Saturday’s bombing that claimed the life of Waterford teenager Tara Whelan.
THEY reluctantly gave her their blessing to go on the trip of a lifetime, but the generosity of Tara Whelan’s parents ended in tragedy.
The remains of the Waterford girl, Tara Whelan, who was killed in the bomb attack in Turkey on Saturday have been taken to Cork University Hospital.
The body of the Co Waterford girl killed in Saturday's bomb attack in Turkey is due to arrive back in Ireland this evening.
Mon, 18 Jul, 2005
Pope Benedict XVI today sent a condolence message for the victims of a bombing in Turkey that destroyed a minibus, calling it a “horrible attack”.
Irish tour operators have reported very few cancellations in the wake of the death of an Irish girl in a bomb attack in Turkey over the weekend.
Counsellors and teachers gathered at Mercy Secondary school in Waterford today to help pupils come to terms with the death of 17-year-old Tara Whelan, killed in a bomb attack while holidaying in Turkey.
The former school of the Irish girl killed in Saturday's bus bombing in Turkey is due to open today to hold counselling services for the teenager's friends.
THE Department of Foreign Affairs yesterday warned Irish people planning to travel to Turkey, or who are already there, to be “particularly vigilant”.
TARA WHELAN should have been going back to her part-time job today.
THE death of Irish teenager Tara Whelan in the minibus bomb in Kusadasi, Turkey, is symptomatic of the indiscriminate mindlessness of terrorism in its total indifference as to its victims.
The Irish victim of the bomb attack in Turkey yesterday has been officially named as Tara Whelan from Kilmeaden, Co Waterford.
Sun, 17 Jul, 2005
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