Mon, 27 Apr, 2020
Thu, 23 Apr, 2020
There has been a sharp increase in the number of women being injured in rugby, the first of its kind study shows.
Tue, 15 Oct, 2019
Wicklow, Roscommon and Longford claimed Division 2B, 3A and 3B Allianz Hurling League silverware respectively this afternoon.
Sun, 10 Mar, 2019
A District Court judge was “wrong” to dismiss charges brought against Irish Water protestors arising out of an incident in Dublin three years ago, according to the Court of Appeal.
Tue, 04 Dec, 2018
The Department of Defence has yet to terminate the employment of a civilian security officer who was linked to the self-styled New IRA and is serving five years in jail for possession of firearms and ammunition.
Wed, 21 Feb, 2018
Prof James M Smith says that the Church either knew what was happening in Tuam and did nothing or that its bishops never fulfilled their pastoral duty under Canon Law
Thu, 09 Mar, 2017
If the walls of Mill Lodge at Ballinderry, Co Tipperary, could talk, they’d have quite a story to tell.
Sat, 07 Jan, 2017
Two Cork men accused of IRA membership have been refused bail at the Special Criminal Court in Dublin.
Wed, 21 Dec, 2016
Three men have appeared in court charged with membership of the IRA.
Sat, 17 Dec, 2016
Thu, 28 Jul, 2016
A 48-year-old Department of Social Protection official has been found not guilty of coercion at Sligo Circuit Court.
Wed, 27 Jul, 2016
Fri, 08 Jul, 2016
Thu, 07 Jul, 2016
Arsene Wenger faced an angry supporter at last week’s shareholder Annual General Meeting when he was accused of overseeing an ‘embarrassing’ run of recent results in the Champions League.
Mon, 19 Oct, 2015
When you’ve spent a career scrapping in every tier of English football, as Rene Gilmartin has, a promotion to the Premier League is treated with a healthy does of scepticism rather than elation.
Tue, 04 Aug, 2015
Sligo 0-14 Tyrone 0-21
Mon, 03 Aug, 2015
A thief who stole a handbag from a woman attending a conference did not realise the smart phone inside the bag was very smart indeed, and would lead gardaí to his car parked nearby.
Fri, 31 Jul, 2015
Galway 4-12 Sligo 1-8: Galway earned their 25th Connacht MFC title with a dominant victory over Sligo in the replay at Tuam Stadium last night.
Sat, 25 Jul, 2015
A doctor subject to a Medical Council inquiry was “always going to prayer” and “used his religion not to behave properly”, a colleague said.
Thu, 12 Mar, 2015
The devastated mother of a toddler with Down syndrome whose application for a medical card has been refused for a fourth time said she believes the HSE has washed its hands of her son because he will cost them too much in the long term.
Sat, 07 Feb, 2015
Connacht FBD League
Mon, 19 Jan, 2015
Rathdowney-Errill 1-20 Camross 0-10
Mon, 29 Sep, 2014
Albert Reynolds was triumphant when the Beef Tribunal presented its final report in 1994, its 580 pages containing bizarrely benign conclusions about the key players under its scrutiny.
Fri, 22 Aug, 2014
St Patrick’s Athletic 6 Drogheda United 0
Tue, 03 Jun, 2014
Top-rated shows The Voice and Celebrity Masterchef last year helped to deliver a “reasonably successful” 2013 for production company Screentime Shinawil.
Fri, 14 Feb, 2014
The son of Mahon Tribunal whistleblower Tom Gilmartin said his father never got the apology he was owed by the State.
Wed, 27 Nov, 2013
TOM GILMARTIN could well claim to have been responsible for exposing the dodgy finances of two of the leading politicians of his time.
Sat, 23 Nov, 2013
The businessman whose allegations exposed wide-spread political corruption in Ireland and brought an early end to the political career of former taoiseach Bertie Ahern has died.
Tom Gilmartin, one of the key witnesses at the Mahon Tribunal into planning corruption, has died.
Fri, 22 Nov, 2013
Farmers and livestock marts must be paid monies they are owed by TLT International, the country’s largest live cattle exporter, which has been put into receivership, it was stressed yesterday
Tue, 12 Nov, 2013
The bishops were quick out of the blocks last week to smite the proposed referendum on same-sex marriage.
Sat, 09 Nov, 2013
Fri, 01 Nov, 2013
THE whistleblower’s lot can be lonely. Remember Sheena McMahon? She was a young mother, who, in the mid-1990s, told of madness in sections of the gardaí in Donegal.
Sat, 05 Oct, 2013
Thu, 26 Sep, 2013
Two candidates have been nominated to contest the ICSA presidential election on Dec 12.
Tue, 24 Sep, 2013
Thu, 12 Sep, 2013
Fri, 02 Aug, 2013
Former lobbyist Frank Dunlop has claimed that Cork developer Owen O’Callaghan was not aware of bribes paid to councillors for rezoning land at Quarryvale, which later became Liffey Valley Shopping Centre.
Thu, 11 Jul, 2013
London 1-12 Sligo 0-14, Ruislip
Sun, 26 May, 2013
Teagasc is predicting a 50% shortage in silage made for next winter in wet land areas, based on consultations with advisers in each of its 51 advisory offices across the country.
Sat, 25 May, 2013
Longford 1-8 Sligo 0-9
Sun, 14 Apr, 2013
Thu, 14 Mar, 2013
European agriculture ministers endorsed a text put forward by the Irish presidency, proposing member states be given some flexibility on how they distribute their farm payments.
Tue, 26 Feb, 2013
The British food safety watchdog has launched an investigation into how beef on sale in the UK and Ireland contained traces of horse and pig DNA.
Thu, 17 Jan, 2013
Carbon taxes should be suspended for farmers facing soaring feed costs and prolonged silage shortages, said Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association president Gabriel Gilmartin.
Tue, 04 Dec, 2012
Imposing strict deadlines and closing dates on vital farming activities must stop, said Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association president Gabriel Gilmartin.
Fri, 31 Aug, 2012
Amendments to the EU-funded Disadvantaged Area Scheme could see thousands of hard-pressed Irish farmers excluded from payments, farm groups have cautioned.
Tue, 21 Aug, 2012
The Irish Cattle and Sheep Farmers’ Association is urging farmers to submit their Single Farm Payment forms on time by today’s 5.30pm deadline or midnight for online applications.
Tue, 15 May, 2012
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