Three-time amateur golf champion and Shane Lowry’s fitness coach, Robbie Cannon, made another name for himself assisting John Sugrue to successive promotions with Laois. Now he’s bringing his expertise to Tipperary’s footballers in their hunt for promotion from Division Three of the Allianz League
There are very few areas where the instinct to be compassionate, the obligation to be supportive, inclusive and humane are as compromised as at the interface of the rights and expectations of much of society — the settled community — and the rights and expectations of Travellers.
A dispute between residents of a Dublin housing estate and family members of the late businessman Jim Mansfield Snr. concerning the management of the estate's common areas has come before the High Court.
A legal dispute over the alleged failure of an insurance company to make a decision over whether to pay out over fire damage to a recycling facility in South County Dublin has been admitted to the fast track Commercial Court list.
The gleaming helicopter is sitting in the hangar. It can be airborne within two and a half minutes. Paramedics have undergone training to work with the pilot during flight operations but the crew helmets are still wrapped in plastic on a shelf in the control room of the new €400,000 airbase.
A violent burglar used as “muscle” to evict a family from their home, in an attack led by former INLA man Dessie O’Hare, has had his prison sentence increased on foot of an appeal by prosecutors.
A man's denial that he knew anything about 167kg of explosives found inside his "heavily laden" car - including detonators sticking out from the passenger seat - has been found to be "totally incredible" by the Special Criminal Court.
A 27-year-old married man from Cameroon who is living in Dublin has withdrawn a €60,000 damages claim against the Motor Insurance Bureau of Ireland who had appeared on behalf of an uninsured driver following an alleged rear-ending accident.
A Dublin man accused of possessing almost €3m worth of drugs and an assault rifle told Gardaí that he and his brother, who was caught with 15 firearms and thousands of rounds of ammunition, lived "separate lives" and were like "chalk and cheese".
County councillors representing north-west Cork have reacted angrily to the redrawing of electoral areas by the Local Electoral Boundary Commission, with a senior council official saying the fall-out from it “will present challenges” to the local authority.
An application by AIB for summary judgment of €6m against a woman who, with her late husband, acted as co-guarantors of loans used to acquire properties including a shopping centre has been admitted to the fast track Commercial Court list.
A woman whose south Dublin home featured on RTÉ’s Room to Improve programme has settled her damages claim against presenter architect Dermot Bannon; the show’s producers; and the firm that carried out works on her property.