Waterford Fine Gael TD John Deasy has demanded the local Fine Gael organisation be stood down as he hit back against a motion of no-confidence in him.
Fine Gael members in Waterford unanimously passed a vote of no confidence in sitting TD John Deasy late last night.
He sits like his dad, uses his sayings, even crosses his hands the way he used to. After years of rebelling against his father, Pat Fitzpatrick realises he’s become just like him
Muhammad Ali in Croke Park in 1972. Pele and Santos down the road in Dalymount Park the same year.
The friendly fellowship of voices united in pouring out their songs in perfect harmony in a weekend of idyllic sunshine made Cork the most agreeable place to be over the weekend for the city’s International Choral Festival.
Eve Kelliher looks at what’s happening in the worlds of art and interiors.
With the ambition of a turnover of €50m in the coming years, clients such as Clearstream, Janssen Bio and Zoetis, and staff speaking nine languages, it’s no wonder recruitment firm Berkley Group has international expansion in mind.
It’s Gold Cup day in Punchestown and while I don’t know if we’ll have the race we had last year, with Sizing John, Djakadam and Coneygree providing a brilliant spectacle, it’s still a great race.
Operating profits at a four-star hotel business owned by one of the best-known family names in the Irish hotel industry last year increased by 16% to €670,289.
As Mise Éire features in the opening concert of the Cork International Choral Festival, Jo Kerrigan talks to Seán Ó Riada’s son Peadar about its creation
Lucky Pass gets the nap to stretch his unbeaten record to three in the bumper on day four of Leopardstown’s Christmas meeting.
The impressive hurdling debutant Up For Review and Open Eagle provided Willie Mullins and Ruby Walsh with a double in the maiden hurdle action at Fairyhouse yesterday.
Good evening. Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today.
A four-star hotel business owned by one of the best known family names in the hotel industry has secured a €3.6m writedown on its bank loans.
A comedy video featuring a foul-mouthed Co Clare version of Postman Pat has been removed from YouTube, despite being viewed almost 100,000 times in just three days.
Gordon Elliott, enjoying a tremendous run, struck again when saddling a double with Moonmeister and Fort Smith in Downpatrick yesterday.
The ‘Shark’ Hanlon-trained Luska Lad rolled back the years by destroying the opposition in the four-mile open at the opening session of the Kinsale point-to-point festival at a wet Farrangalway on Saturday evening.
City Hall, Cork
Oh no. Uncle Joe dropped the ball.
Archaeologists working on a church in Cork have discovered three burial vaults dating back to the 1600s, pottery, and coins from that period and a 300-year-old underground central heating system copied from the Romans.
The company that operates the four-star Fitzpatrick’s Killiney Castle hotel in Dublin last year returned to pre-tax profit after an increase in revenues.
Theatre: Twelfth Night
Carmina Burana promises to be a highlight of the choral festival in Cork, writes Jo Kerrigan.
Cork is set to become the choral capital of Europe next month as one of the city’s longest- running festivals celebrates its diamond jubilee.
An Irish student has secured a world first with her research into a way of boosting the effectiveness of chemotherapy for breast cancer patients.
Mo Bros are ready to begin growing moustaches to raise awareness of prostate cancer, Rachel Borrill reports.
A major five-year collaboration between Ireland’s leading breast cancer researchers is expected to bear fruit from year one.
The Irish Cancer Society has launched a new breast cancer research collaboration, the first of its kind in the world.
Cork Choral Festival 2013 was another huge success, writes Declan Townsend
Breast cancer’s “sweet tooth” could hold the key to improving the effectiveness of drugs used to treat the disease.
Anti-war oratorio ‘A Child of Our Time’ will open Cork choral festival, says Jo Kerrigan.
As Cork tunes up for its annual choral extravaganza, Nicki ffrench Davis talks to director John Fitzpatrick about changes at the festival and what makes it so special
GAA rivalry has long pitted parish against parish and turned county against county, but it was impossible to distinguish friend from foe at the funeral of Dublin football hero Kevin Heffernan.
A Dublin man who falsely claimed more than €23,000 in jobseekers allowance is trying to pay back the stolen cash with his legitimate social welfare payments, a court has heard.
Pre-tax losses at the company that operates the four-star Fitzpatrick’s Killiney Castle hotel in Dublin last year increased by 12% to €384,983.
A joint Irish Cancer Society and University College Cork team has found a way to show how a critical cancer-causing gene found in acute myeloid leukemia can survive in the body — meaning a cure is one step closer to reality.
It was, in the words of a local sage, a day borrowed from the weather gods at the Old Head of Kinsale. The water sparkled, the sky stayed blue and the breeze was testing enough to brook no debate about who was boss.
The wife of rogue financier Breifne O’Brien has been awarded over €45,000 after being unfairly sacked from the Dublin taxi firm which the high-profile couple once owned.
A daily dose of aspirin improves survival rates among women with breast cancer significantly, research has shown.
A Glee Club from the Philippines were last night awarded the Fleischmann International Trophy on the last day of the Cork International Choral Festival.
An elderly couple evicted from a luxury mansion in south Dublin have spent a second night in a tent outside their former home.
A new technique to treat early prostate cancer that may have far fewer side effects than existing therapies has been given a cautious welcome by the Irish Cancer Society.
Taking aspirin on a daily basis to reduce cancer risk should only be done under medical advice, according to the Irish Cancer Society.
Irish scientists have discovered a way to “trick” breast cancer tumours to “destroy themselves” — following four years of groundbreaking research — which could replace chemotherapy within a decade.
The wife of rogue financier, Breifne O’Brien, has taken a case for unfair dismissal against the Dublin taxi firm which the couple once owned.
Irish research published today has revealed a new target for future treatment of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma.
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