Thu, 09 Mar, 2017
Two weeks since the last round of Six Nations games and Ireland’s annihilation of Italy in Rome all but ensured that the vacuum would be at least partly filled by the sort of big picture debate that is only ever held in the absence of any live distractions.
Sat, 25 Feb, 2017
Sat, 20 Aug, 2016
Seán Feehan’s Cork-based Mercier Press published books that Dublin wouldn’t, about topics that ‘reflect us truthfully to ourselves’. He died 25 years ago but his legacy lives on, says
Wed, 01 Jun, 2016
The operator of a passenger boat service to Skellig Michael has rejected claims by the Office of Public Works that he has “played down” or “trivialised” convictions he received relating to boat trips to the Unesco World Heritage site.
Wed, 04 May, 2016
A number of passengers became violently ill on a small passenger boat which “rolled heavily” on a rough voyage to Skellig Michael, the Unesco World Heritage site, so much so that a complaint was lodged with the Department of Transport, a court in Kerry was told yesterday.
Fri, 11 Sep, 2015
SUPPORTERS short-changed by last Saturday’s non-event in Paris will be reimbursed the price of their match ticket if they so choose but the Six Nations have confirmed there will be no contribution made to offset any travel or accommodation expenses.
Wed, 15 Feb, 2012