Tue, 07 Apr, 2020
The campaign to stop an incinerator being built in Cork Harbour is stepping up a notch as efforts get under way to raise awareness in Cork City and to get companies to pledge financial support towards the cost of a judicial review.
Tue, 19 Jun, 2018
A man found guilty of killing two former girlfriends, five years apart, following a long campaign for justice by his second victim's family has been jailed for life in the UK with a minimum term of 25 years.
Thu, 06 Jul, 2017
From being banned from playing in the street leagues as a kid to captaining and managing her country, Sue Ronan has seen the landscape of the women’s game in Ireland change dramatically in her lifetime, but the FAI’s Head of Women’s Football tellsthere are big challenges ahead.
Thu, 29 Dec, 2016
Sat, 24 Dec, 2016
Sat, 30 Jul, 2016
I know I mentioned it here before but, in all fairness, as the TV advertising continues apace, it is now time for the IFA to strongly intervene with the relevant authorities over the portrayal of that idiot farmer with a pig in the parlour, and nothing better to do than watch films on the box in the corner, while the bonham slumbers in a chair which is more opulently cushioned than the one on which I am sitting now.
Thu, 16 Jun, 2016
I’m in England, spending a week in the company of my mother-in-law and mother; women with a mean age of 82, who have stared down the defeats of life but still remain, after all is said and done, resolutely inclined to Movement and Battling On.
Sat, 28 Mar, 2015
Life went on as normal in Glanmire’s John O’Callaghan Park yesterday morning: People of various ages went for a typical Sunday walk in the bright sunshine, navigating the occasional puddles of mud, the last remains of the inclement weather from the day before.
Mon, 02 Mar, 2015