A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Fri, 10 Apr, 2020
Thu, 09 Apr, 2020
Ahead of World Down Syndrome Day, Marie Brennan shares her story of life with baby Conn
Sun, 22 Mar, 2020
Arigo Sacchi, the great Italian football coach, once said football is the “most important of the least important things in life”.
Wed, 18 Mar, 2020
The Willie Mullins-trained Burning Victory ran out a fortuitous winner of the JCB Triumph Hurdle, the opening race of the final day of the Cheltenham Festival, after 5-2 favourite Goshen dramatically unseated rider Jamie Moore when miles clear at the final flight.
Fri, 13 Mar, 2020
Thu, 27 Feb, 2020
Martin Hayes doesn’t like to stand still. The fiddle virtuoso from East Clare has made it a hallmark of his career to seek out creative ideas from beyond his musical tradition.
Wed, 19 Feb, 2020
“I’m not bothered what length of contract he’s got, it’s about playing football, and he was deprived of that because of his age.”
Mon, 10 Feb, 2020
Something is happening in this election, but do we know what it is?
Tue, 04 Feb, 2020
Newly elected FAI president Gerry McAnaney believes that, in contrast to false dawns in the past, a genuinely transformed Association can emerge from the worst crisis in its history.
Mon, 27 Jan, 2020
hears about a programme helping school children to develop effective strategies to deal with worry, stress, and change.
Wed, 22 Jan, 2020
The Peter McVerry Trust says tents are not a safe solution to rough sleeping.
Thu, 16 Jan, 2020
Gaelic Games remains narrowly the nation’s favourite sport, Katie Taylor is by far the most admired athlete, and the Irish rugby team have been dethroned as Team of the Year.
Wed, 18 Dec, 2019
A man who claimed he could no longer carry out manual labour and was unable to raise his arm above his head without pain after his car was rear-ended has had his case for damages thrown out.
Thu, 05 Dec, 2019
The judge was shown Facebook pictures of the plaintiff participating in a 10km obstacle course, and threw out the case.
Wed, 04 Dec, 2019
Former Miss Ireland Aoife Walsh believes in taking small steps to protect the planet.
Thu, 28 Nov, 2019
The celebrity chef was best known for shows like MasterChef and Hell's Kitchen.
Wed, 27 Nov, 2019
High walls hide a hive of activity as builders on stilts expertly plaster and polish what will be Cork Penny Dinners' brand new day centre in the city.
Mon, 25 Nov, 2019
Shots fired. A fresh round in an ancient war: big-time pro from across the water versus small-time Chicken Leaguer.
Sat, 23 Nov, 2019
Earlier this month, Mulcahy collected a Liberty Insurance Camogie All-Star — her first after 15 years of breaking scoring records with Limerick.
Fri, 22 Nov, 2019
The IRFU’s World Cup post-mortem will go on for some time yet but the evidence of the weekend just passed would suggest that many of the players involved have turned the page.
Sun, 17 Nov, 2019
Baby Gary McDonagh passed away in August last year and is buried at Taylor's Cross in Fedamore.
Tue, 12 Nov, 2019
Tommy Leddy’s Sound Shop in Drogheda has been supplying musicians in the wee county of Louth and beyond for five decades.
Sun, 10 Nov, 2019
Clare Meade knows all about cats — so much so that she’s founded a hospital that tailored exactly around their needs. It’s the subject of a new RTÉ series, writes Helen O’Callaghan.
Wed, 06 Nov, 2019
An online community of almost 100,000 women has rallied for a toy appeal, to ensure all homeless or sick children get a gift this Christmas - but they need help with transport.
Sun, 03 Nov, 2019
When I was in Ascot on Saturday watching the rugby and how disappointing it was after all the hype which surrounded it and the team, it got me thinking and comparing it with our own sport.
Sat, 26 Oct, 2019
Tuam Stars manager Tommy Carton is confident his side have shown that All-Ireland champions Corofin are beatable after they needed Gary Sice’s late heroics to force a replay of the Galway SFC final in a cracking game at Tuam Stadium.
Mon, 21 Oct, 2019
Cian Lynch’s last two All-Ireland final weekends couldn’t have been more different.
Fri, 04 Oct, 2019
The victories may already be receding into the background, but for Michelle Carpenter the hard work is only beginning.
Thu, 19 Sep, 2019
With four crews qualified for Tokyo, and a clutch of medals, Ireland’s rowers have much to celebrate following the world championships in Austria.
Sun, 01 Sep, 2019
It's O'Donovan's fourth consecutive World gold medal, after collecting two in the Lightweight Men's Single and two in the double, having won with his brother Gary last year.
Sat, 31 Aug, 2019
Two more Irish boats have secured qualification for next summer's Olympic Games.
Fri, 30 Aug, 2019
Reggie Jnr came home yesterday morning with his Leaving Cert Results and without giving anything away about the hopeless thicko
Thu, 15 Aug, 2019
"I've never seen a lack of respect for a performer like I saw last night"
Fri, 02 Aug, 2019
A man who threatened to kill gardaí and rape their children when he blitzed a Garda station with a series of abusive calls from Australia has been jailed for almost four years.
Fri, 26 Jul, 2019
A man telephoned gardaí from Australia and threatened to rape and kill a number of them and their children and then mocked their dead colleague killed in the line of duty.
Wed, 24 Jul, 2019
Leave it to Maureen Madill to put into perspective how big a deal hosting the 148th Open Championship is to the membership at Royal Portrush and all of her native land.
Fri, 19 Jul, 2019
Former Limerick hurler and manager TJ Ryan reveals what he looks for as a rule of thumb when assessing the very best hurlers
Thu, 04 Jul, 2019
Big enough to expect a win, small enough to fear a defeat — that’s the position Clare are in travelling to Carrick-on-Shannon this evening.
Sat, 22 Jun, 2019
Rory McIlroy insists he cannot let the pressure of winning at home get to him when he seeks a dream end to his five-year Major drought in the Open at Royal Portrush.
Fri, 21 Jun, 2019
With large crowds about to descend on Body & Soul, which is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary this weekend,introduces five Boho types who come out of the woodwork every summer.
Thu, 20 Jun, 2019
Wednesday evening had been intended as Cinema Evening, a new picture house having opened around the corner and being in need of investigation and appraisal. Given my enduring weakness for high-school movies there was only going to be one winner: Booksmart, in which two clever students realise on the eve of graduation that they should have worked less and played more, upon which they hit the town and attempt to cram four years of lost fun into one night.
Sat, 15 Jun, 2019
After paper-one left many English students 'beaming', paper-two provided a much more stern challenge.
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019