Tralee is buzzing for hoops. The Complex is gripped by Saturday night fever. Even football people are backing the basketball team in their droves and they’re not just following the Star. First cousins Darren and Fergal O’Sullivan are important figures in the Tralee success story. Ahead of tonight’s National Cup semi-final with Pyrobel Killester at the Mardyke Arena, they explain how a town became united behind the Warriors
A US-based nun has revealed how she was ’sold’ by the Bessborough mother-and -baby home to an American family in an organised adoption in 1954 and how she was reunited with her birth mother over 50 years later.
Pat Dromey’s mother suffers from dementia and sometimes it’s kinder to go along with her version of reality.examines the use of therapeutic lying in dementia care in the context of a new report, Therapeutic Lying and Approaches to Dementia Care in Ireland
“I just want to live a normal life”. That’s the simple wish of publican Gerard Cahill from Mallow, Co Cork, who weighs almost 27 stone. He is one of 18 people hoping to become to an Operation Transformation leader.