The World Junior Rowing Championships in Tokyo resulted in a major first for Ireland, who qualified both their boats for the finals for the first time.
Sun, 11 Aug, 2019
Despite their short time as a crew Ireland’s promising duo have already made their mark at the Sea Forest Waterway, the venue for next year’s Olympic regatta.
Fri, 09 Aug, 2019
Families of the British men held in an Indian jail on weapons charges for four years have spoken of their relief and said their "dreams had come true" after all six were acquitted.
Mon, 27 Nov, 2017
A Foreign Office minister has met six British seamen who have been detained in India since 2013 to give them an update on their appeal.
Wed, 04 Oct, 2017
Ireland send an 11-strong team to the European U23 Rowing Championships in Kruszwicka, Poland, this weekend.
Thu, 31 Aug, 2017
Dublin might be waiting to take on Kerry in Sunday’s All Ireland Football final but it was a Mayo man who was beaming brightly at Carton House yesterday as Royal Dublin ended their 47-year wait for victory in the AIG Barton Shield.
Fri, 18 Sep, 2015
A pioneering cancer treatment, essentially surgery without a scalpel, is showing substantial benefits for patients, including increased life expectancy, a new Irish study has shown.
Thu, 16 Oct, 2014
Breakthrough research by an Irish cancer team is likely to have global implications for the manner in which radiotherapy treatment is delivered to some patients, according to doctors leading the clinical trial.
Thu, 18 Sep, 2014
IRELAND will need at least an extra 1,000 GPs to facilitate Government plans to overhaul the health service, a major conference on health reform heard yesterday.
Thu, 23 Jun, 2011
CHARLIE HAUGHEY may have been lecturing the nation about living beyond its means but he didn’t give a second thought to lunching beyond his department’s means.
Thu, 30 Dec, 2010
Workers in the North are twice as likely to die at work than staff in other UK regions because of a high accident rate, a new report revealed today.
Wed, 08 Sep, 2010
The decline in the North's construction jobs has come to a halt, it was revealed today.
Mon, 17 May, 2010
More than 1,300 construction workers joined the dole queues in the North over the last three months, industry representatives today.
Sun, 21 Feb, 2010
Ambitious plans for a new £180m (€196m) housing development on the hills above Belfast were unveiled today.
Fri, 09 Oct, 2009
GARDAÍ believe vandals were behind the destruction of six valuable sculling boats at the National Rowing Centre in Cork.
Mon, 13 Apr, 2009
The number of unemployed construction workers in the North is expected to top 30,000 by the summer, it was claimed today.
Mon, 02 Feb, 2009
Thefts from vehicles in the North have shot up by over 5% in the past year and Criminal Justice Minister Paul Goggins today launched a campaign to try to reverse the trend.
Tue, 11 Nov, 2008
More than 22,000 construction and engineering jobs could be lost in the North next year if economic conditions don’t improve, industry representatives warned today.
Mon, 27 Oct, 2008
LESS than one-third of men know age is the single biggest risk factor in developing prostate cancer, health chiefs revealed yesterday.
Tue, 01 Apr, 2008
Less than one third of men know age is the single biggest risk factor in developing prostate cancer, it emerged today.
Mon, 31 Mar, 2008
Paul Hanagan was the man to follow at Newcastle as he completed a 21-1 double aboard Resounding Glory and Redford.
Thu, 04 Oct, 2007
A REVOLUTIONARY lung cancer therapy, now available in Ireland for the first time, should boost cure rates and reduce healing times.
Sat, 07 Jul, 2007
CANCER patients are expected to be given a better chance of survival after the arrival of breakthrough technology in Ireland.
Tue, 29 May, 2007
One of Ireland’s top cancer hospitals is to treat 700 more patients a year with new state-of-the-art technology, it was announced today.
Wed, 22 Nov, 2006
IRISHMEN still are not taking heed of health advice and do not know the cancers from which they are most at risk, according to a survey published yesterday.
Tue, 07 Nov, 2006
Local owner John Armstrong realised a lifetime ambition when bargain buy Toldo carried his colours to victory in the £200,000 John Smith’s Northumberland Plate at Newcastle.
Sat, 01 Jul, 2006
Health experts today demanded a thorough assessment of treatment for prostate cancer sufferers as a study showed one in 14 men in Ireland will be diagnosed with the disease during their lives.
Fri, 28 Apr, 2006
GETTING the best medical care for prostate cancer depends on where you go to be treated for the disease, the Irish Cancer Society (ICS) claimed yesterday.
Tue, 04 Apr, 2006
Minister of Health Mary Harney has declared 2,000 extra consultants are needed to meet demand for treatment for prostate cancer in our hospitals.
Mon, 03 Apr, 2006
A LEADING specialist has warned of a cancer time-bomb if the Government fails to rapidly invest in the expansion of radiotherapy services.
Fri, 17 Feb, 2006
Tánaiste Mary Harney today defended her decision not to build a cancer treatment centre for people in the north-west.
Tue, 26 Jul, 2005
A man sought by detectives after the murder of his wife took his own life by jumping in front of a train, police confirmed tonight.
Sat, 13 Nov, 2004
Police are investigating a possible link between a woman’s murder and the death of a man on a Co Antrim railway line, it was confirmed today.
Tue, 19 Oct, 2004
A DOCTORS’ representative has said if a man in his 30s came to his surgery seeking a screening for prostate cancer he would “tell him to get lost,” and that “it was a waste of resources”.
Sat, 13 Dec, 2003
CELEBRITY chef Conrad Gallagher is due to be released from Cloverhill Prison today as he awaits trial on criminal charges of stealing valuable paintings from his own restaurant.
Tue, 20 May, 2003
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