Fri, 03 Jul, 2020
St Flannans’ crusade for a first Munster A Colleges title since 2005 stayed firmly on track on Wednesday afternoon as they powered to a ten-point victory in a contest that had hurling pulses racing for three-quarters of an hour.
Wed, 08 Jan, 2020
An hour after the game, and anybody from Ulster who has a passion for hurling is still swamping Ballyhale Shamrocks manager Henry Shefflin, queuing for selfies, presenting hurls and jerseys for his signature.
Sun, 05 Jan, 2020
Britain crashing out of the EU in October will lead to a dramatic Irish economic slowdown and force households to cut back on spending, result in 34,000 fewer jobs and lower wages and shortages of consumer goods, as well as a potential full-blown sterling crisis and a big hit to rural Ireland and its agriculture and food processing jobs, the Central Bank has warned.
Wed, 31 Jul, 2019
TO judge by the Central Bank’s latest consumer protection bulletin, Irish consumers are a very forgiving lot. Despite the scandals that have afflicted the banking sector, we all still tend to stay with the first bank we signed up with. However bad the marriage, we’re determined to stick it out.
Tue, 02 Jul, 2019
The Central Bank has been urged to improve and simplify its switching code of practice on the back of new figures showing the number of people changing their current account to another bank hit a five-year low last year.
Thu, 20 Jun, 2019
The parents of a man, who has pleaded not guilty to murdering his mother's partner by reason of insanity, took him to hospital just weeks earlier after he told them he had to kill the deceased.
Thu, 30 May, 2019
One of the boys accused of Anastasia Kriegel's murder told a guidance counsellor that he was "dragged into this mess" by his co-accused and repeated about 10 times that he wasn't the last person to see Ana alive, a Central Criminal Court murder trial has heard.
Thu, 09 May, 2019