St. Kieran’s College continue to reign over the schools’ hurling kingdom after a late goal from Conor Kelly and eight points from the stick of Eoin Cody helped them to retain their Croke Cup crown at the expense of Presentation College of Athenry this afternoon in Tullamore.
Sat, 30 Mar, 2019
The location of two, 19th century stone warehouse buildings (plus an investment property currently let out as an adult shop,) on a central 0.42 of a Cork city centre acre put up for imaginative redevelopment is what underpins an asking price close to €2m, for the property and site’s owners and vendors, Cork City Council.
Thu, 16 Feb, 2017
Anabolic steroids, increasingly popular among young males to obtain a pumped-up physique, accounted for more than half of the 60,000 counterfeit units of medicine seized in a single week by Irish enforcement agencies in partnership with the Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA).
Fri, 10 Jun, 2016
Thu, 11 Feb, 2016
Grass isn’t always greener — you hear this saying quite a lot in the football world and, in the case of Wolverhampton Wanderers, it’s probably something that has run through the owners’ mind a gazillion times since their decision to relieve Mick McCarthy of his very successful tenure as the manager in February of last year — especially when they are now a further three managers down the line and, going into last night’s game against Watford, in the bottom three of the Championship.
Sat, 02 Mar, 2013
Former Ireland boss Mick McCarthy was under no illusions about the size of the task in hand after taking over as manager at the Championship’s bottom side Ipswich Town yesterday — admitting the Suffolk club is a“million miles” from returning to the top flight.
Fri, 02 Nov, 2012
WHEN Brendan Smith takes up his new role as part-time justice minister next week one of the first letters he will receive will be from Labour TD Michel D Higgins demanding a statement on the government’s level of knowledge of rogue British undercover policeman Mark Kennedy’s activities in Ireland.
Sat, 22 Jan, 2011
AN undercover British police officer who infiltrated a radical environmental movement encouraged illegal activity during protests opposing the controversial Shell Corrib pipe-line in north Mayo, an Irish Examiner investigation has revealed.
Tue, 11 Jan, 2011