Secondary schools, colleges of further and adult education and institutes of technology are facing strike action by members of the Teachers' Union of Ireland next month.
In this sports writing game we’re always told not to get too far ahead of ourselves but come on, who now isn’t thinking about the knockout stages of the World Cup?
Three Irish Examiner journalists have refused to tell the Disclosures Tribunal whether Supt David Taylor was a source of allegations against whistle-blower Maurice McCabe.
The Portuguese has emphasised he has a one-game-at-a-time philosophy.
From movies to music, food to fashion, our critics round up the big tickets for autumn
Novak Djokovic has questioned why John McEnroe made claims about his private life and likened his dip in form to the problems Tiger Woods experienced after the American golfer's infidelities were revealed.
I am mostly aware of John McEnroe as a meme, says Eimear Ryan. I don’t remember watching him play in his heyday; by the time I was conscious of Wimbledon it was Graf, Agassi, Sampras and Navratilova who ruled the courts.
John McEnroe arrived in Wimbledon last night amused at the controversy he claims to have unwittingly caused with his comments that reigning women’s champion Serena Williams would not have a chance against any of the top 700 male players.
John McEnroe's belief that Serena Williams would be ranked as low as 700 in the world if she played on the men's tour has drawn short shrift from the 23-time women's singles grand slam champion.
A Dublin start-up’s x-ray microscope will prove a powerful tool for medicine globally, writes Trish Dromey
Federer’s longevity is rooted in how emotionally unaffected he was by setbacks.
A UCD spinout company has secured €3m in EU funding to develop its unique microscope technology which allows scientists to better understand the impact of drugs and disease on the human body.
Monaghan are through to another Ulster football semi-final and, with either Fermanagh or Antrim awaiting them there, a third provincial final in three seasons beckons after this narrowest of wins away to Cavan in their summer opener.
The ATP World Tour Finals ended in huge anti-climax after Roger Federer pulled out ahead of his scheduled final against Novak Djokovic with a back injury.
How pleased? How impressed? How hopeful? How disappointed?
Andy Murray seems certain to have a new coach in place for the defence of his Wimbledon title after revealing he has held talks with the person he would like to replace Ivan Lendl.
The 27-year-old who died in a boating accident in Lough Ree has been named locally as David Warnock from Armagh City.
An eye-witness to the tragedy in Lough Ree that has claimed the life of a fisherman has said that their boat was hit by a "freak squall".
TV3 has consented to the making of a court order restraining it from rebroadcasting archive material it holds of two sisters leaving a court where a nephew was tried and convicted of murder and drugs charges.
Cavan 1-17 London 1-8
Cavan 1-14 Fermanagh 0-10
Monaghan 1-10 Cavan 0-12
Fermanagh 0-11 Cavan 0-13
Three Irish Examiner journalists are in the running for prestigious prizes at the National Newspapers of Ireland annual awards.
This is new for football, what it has with Messi and Ronaldo.
“He was so far in front he could have sent a postcard to the other guys.”
A woman has told a murder trial that she saw a man being dragged from a window in Drogheda after he screamed out for help.
John McEnroe believes Novak Djokovic is feeling the pressure of trying to become the first man for 43 years to hold all four grand slam titles at once.
A group opposed to the controversial extraction of 350m litres of water a day from the Shannon for use as drinking water in Dublin has accused Dublin City Council of “putting the cart before the horse”.
Watching Americans watching golf can be an unsettling and sobering experience.
John McEnroe believes Ivan Lendl is the right man to lead Andy Murray to a maiden grand slam title – although the world number four will have to do it the hard way if he is to break his duck at the Australian Open.
WHEN we are asked to sum up what Alex has achieved at United, the simplest method is to travel back those 25 years and do as every student: ‘compare and contrast’.
ALMOST 18 months after its initial scheduled opening date, the $70 million (€50m) production of Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark, backed by U2’s Bono and the Edge, has finally opened to mixed reviews on Broadway.
Patrick McEnroe has announced he will resign as captain of the United States’ Davis Cup team following their tie with Colombia later this month.
John McEnroe believes Andy Murray is one of just three players who can win the US Open – but admits Roger Federer still holds the upper hand.
PETE SAMPRAS. Andre Agassi. Andre Agassi. Pete Sampras.
A Monaghan truck driver who delivered over €3 million worth of herbal cannabis to a Dublin industrial estate has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by Judge Desmond Hogan.
THOUGHT for a minute there that I’d come up with a wizard idea for this week’s column. Letter From Tbilisi, I was going to call title it, beneath which I’d pen the single word, ‘oops’.
Roger Federer will team up with Bjorn Borg for a doubles match in China later this year – and could face a dream left-handed pairing of John McEnroe and Rafael Nadal.
John McEnroe believes Roger Federer’s “clear vision” of how to play on grass will again see him crowned Wimbledon champion this year.
TENNIS ace John McEnroe was wrong — tennis line-judges are remarkably sharp at pinpointing a ferocious forehand.
A woman and her boyfriend charged with killing six family members in a Christmas Eve massacre apologised to their victims before gunning them down, prosecutors said.
IT IS not yet in the class of Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe, but the rivalry between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal is simmering nicely.
John McEnroe has accused Wimbledon organisers of “bungling” their scheduling as they attempt to get this year’s tournament finished on time.
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