Adam Griggs sang the praises of the “immense” Claire Molloy, after she secured a brace of tries in Ireland’s bonus-point victory over Wales in the Women’s Six Nations Championship at Donnybrook yesterday.
Mon, 26 Feb, 2018
Tommy Lyons’ time as Dublin manager couldn’t be more removed from Jim Gavin’s tenure. But the Mayo native is in a good place to comment on the brilliance of a man he introduced to inter-county management.
Sun, 09 Apr, 2017
The family of a fisherman, whose body was found in the River Shannon at Mungret, have said they have many unanswered questions as to how he died, despite a Garda investigation which found no clear evidence of foul play in his death.
Sat, 26 Mar, 2016
A former Assistant Garda Commissioner has told a jury how a man who was first charged with the 1997 murder of one woman, but later had the charge withdrawn, could not have "more accurately described" the carving knife blades found at the scene.
Fri, 27 Feb, 2015
A solicitor for Ian Bailey’s partner Jules Thomas wrote to a State solicitor in 1998 saying Ms Thomas "emphatically" would not stand over statements allegedly made by her to gardaí in February 1997 if called to give evidence at any trial, the High Court has been told.
Sat, 29 Nov, 2014
THE controversial case in which a Dublin businessman was ordered to pay a victim of sexual assault a sum of €75,000, and had five-and-a-half years of a six-year sentence suspended, suggests that here is one law for the rich, and another for the poor, in this country.
Wed, 01 Aug, 2012