Erica Stoll may have got golf star Rory McIlroy to the tee on time but now she must rely on someone else to make sure he gets to his wedding on time.
Sat, 22 Apr, 2017
A Quiet Man festival is launching an X Factor-style search for Ireland’s bestMichaeleen Flynn lookalike.
Thu, 22 Aug, 2013
Slick latte-drinking office workers came face-to-face with pigs and hay outside their offices yesterday as culchies came to the city — looking for women.
Fri, 03 Aug, 2012
If you thought Riverdance made Irish culture sexy, then brace yourself.
Wed, 04 Jul, 2012
Emotions ran high following the not guilty verdict in the manslaughter trial of Padriag Nally at Dublin Central Criminal Court today.
Thu, 14 Dec, 2006
PADRAIG Nally, the Mayo farmer on trial for shooting dead a Traveller, was under observation in hospital yesterday after being taken ill with chest pains.
Sat, 09 Dec, 2006
Up to 1,000 Honda 50 motorbikes could ride into the record books in Co Meath this weekend.
Thu, 26 Oct, 2006
SUPPORTERS of jailed farmer Padraig Nally have set up a fund for the upkeep of his Co Mayo farm.
Sat, 10 Dec, 2005
Supporters of jailed farmer Padraig Nally have set up a fund for the upkeep of his Co Mayo farm.
Fri, 09 Dec, 2005
An All-Ireland world record bid to gather the most Honda 50 motorbikes in one place has attracted 100 vehicles from across the island.
Thu, 04 Aug, 2005
Miniature camel racing is charging ahead as the new fundraising craze sweeping the country, it was claimed today.
Sun, 30 Jan, 2005
WEST CLARE man Frankie Davis pledges to do his utmost to keep alive what makes us distinctly Irish.
Tue, 26 Oct, 2004
IT’S the alternative to the Rose of Tralee - and right on its doorstep.
Fri, 22 Oct, 2004
A 26-YEAR-OLD Co Meath farmer was yesterday crowned King of the Culchies in Lisselton, Co Kerry.
Tue, 28 Oct, 2003
A KERRY farmer who floored the opposition in everything from nappy-changing to cocktail-drinking is the new King of the Culchies.
Tue, 29 Oct, 2002
STRICTLY no Dubs and absolutely no women.
Fri, 11 Oct, 2002
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