The 25-year-old might wear the No 4 jersey, but Liam Silke has scored 5-5 across the Galway and Connacht championships this season.
Wed, 27 Nov, 2019
This year’s championship journey has been far from routine for Corofin, but yet again Kevin O’Brien’s side figured out the route to victory as they stretched their advantage at the top of the awards table with a tenth Connacht senior club title.
Sun, 24 Nov, 2019
CÉAD míle fáilte. Ireland, the land of a thousand welcomes — my backside. You are welcome here if you’re white, rich, or American, but if you’re not, there is no room at the inn.
Sat, 02 Nov, 2019
As a documentary on Eamon de Valera’s time in America airs, historian and authorlooks at how history is taught here — and explains why he did not take the subject for his Leaving Cert.
Wed, 11 Sep, 2019
The Irish Examiner, RedFM, The Echo and 96FM are taking on the challenge of the King of The Hill Sprint Triathlon taking place at Dock Beach in Kinsale on Saturday, July 27.
Tue, 25 Jun, 2019
A family memoir by former UCC lecturer Colbert Kearney has none of the misery of other accounts of working-class life in Ireland after independence, writes.
Sun, 02 Jun, 2019
Hopes of luring top fishermen to an international shark fishing competition off east Cork have been sunk, despite a €250,000 prize fund.
Fri, 19 Apr, 2019
It is almost 100 years to the day since 14,000 workers in Limerick went on strike in protest at the British army imposing martial law.
Mon, 15 Apr, 2019
It may be a renewal of the post-1960s optimism that declared the 1970s would be socialist to suggest, or even hope, that the arrival of cuckoo funds might force us to decide whether this is a society or an economy and act accordingly.
Wed, 10 Apr, 2019
A much sought after original of the Irish Proclamation of the Irish Republic is to go under the auction hammer next month.
Wed, 29 Aug, 2018
St Stephen’s Green is a beautiful place any time of the year but spring is particularly magical.
Thu, 08 Mar, 2018
Sinn Féin’s finance spokesman Pearse Doherty has been appointed as the party’s deputy leader in the Dáil by party president Mary Lou McDonald.
Sat, 24 Feb, 2018
The My Lai massacre — the worst American atrocity of the Vietnam War — took place 50 years ago next month on March 16, 1968, although US citizens did not become aware of it until 20 months later when freelance journalist Seymour Hersh provided the first substantial account.
Sat, 17 Feb, 2018
One of the country’s oldest independent bookshops, Liam Ruiséal’s in Cork City, is set to close later this year after more than a century in business.
Tue, 06 Feb, 2018
The owner of Patrick Pearse's handwritten surrender letter has accused the Government of apathy over the unique 1916 artefact after it was taken out of the country.
Wed, 27 Dec, 2017
This Saturday at 8.30pm the Sinn Féin ard fheis will go live on RTÉ from the RDS. Gerry Adams will share his intentions and timeline for stepping down as party leader, writes.
Wed, 15 Nov, 2017
A Catholic priest shot and killed Patrick Pearse and two other Irish republicans in west Cork during the Civil War, leading anti-Treaty IRA members later claimed, writes
Mon, 30 Oct, 2017
The design is set to represent the DART’s coastal journey.
Thu, 07 Sep, 2017
In 2010, a journalist wrote: “If I don’t write about Irish involvement in one of the most seismic events in the 20th century — the continental defeats of France and Britain in May-June, 1940 — who, pray, will?”
Wed, 06 Sep, 2017
There are allegedly paranormal activities occurring at the Canadian ambassador’s residence in Ireland.
Sat, 26 Aug, 2017
Every third level college in Ireland keeps the points for a number of their courses artificially high, with the points system nothing more than a rationing process, writes
Tue, 22 Aug, 2017
Sat, 22 Jul, 2017
Enda Kenny’s visit to the White House was necessary - his invitation to Donald Trump to visit this country wasn’t,.
Sat, 18 Mar, 2017
Protestors see the future of the post office inextricably linked to a way of life in rural Ireland, rather than a means to make money, writes
Wed, 15 Mar, 2017
In Flanders during the First World War, David Verbocht, a young Belgian schoolteacher, stands before a firing squad, sentenced to death as a deserter.
Sat, 11 Mar, 2017
Mon, 09 Jan, 2017
Mon, 26 Dec, 2016
The Government is being urged to purchase a unique 1916 artefact which goes up for auction today.
Wed, 07 Dec, 2016
Sat, 12 Nov, 2016
The family behind one of the country’s oldest independent book shops will celebrate 100 years in business today with an eye on the next chapter of their remarkable story.
Thu, 10 Nov, 2016
An American composer’s Cork connections inspired him to write an almost forgotten work dedicated to Terence MacSwiney. The piece is about to gets its first airing in the city, writes
Mon, 31 Oct, 2016
Ireland’s bloody past should not be sanitised, Peadar Ó Riada tells , as he prepares for the premiere of his new work inspired by Pádraig Pearse
Mon, 24 Oct, 2016
Thu, 29 Sep, 2016
WHEN mezzo-soprano Rachel Kelly steps onto the platform of the John Field Room on Friday to open a recital titled ‘Songs of Erin’, in the final week of Composing the Island, it will be very much a family affair. Accompanying her will be her mother, pianist and broadcaster Una Hunt.
Thu, 22 Sep, 2016
Fri, 22 Jul, 2016
I think if I tore up the proclamation 30 years ago I could have wound up getting shot.”
Thu, 30 Jun, 2016
A trapped pregnant mother comforted her three, hysterical young children for up to an hour in their car after a road accident, a court has heard.
Fri, 24 Jun, 2016
After playing Nidge and Padraic Pearse, Tom Vaughan-Lawlor is happy to just be himslef for a chat to
Tue, 03 May, 2016
A founder actress of the Abbey Theatre, Maire Nic Shiubhlaigh spent Easter 1916 in Jacob’s Biscuit Factory with Tom MacDonagh, writes her grandnephew
Fri, 29 Apr, 2016
On hearing the shelling stop, the Long Fellow waved the white flag, writes
Fri, 29 Apr, 2016