Barrister Pat Purcell told the Circuit Civil Court today that a door in The Old Schoolhouse Restaurant, Swords, had closed on Paula Buliauskite’s right hand, crushing her right middle and ring finger on her right hand.
He was the man behind the iconic Galaxy dress. Now Roland Mouret is turning his attention to the world of art, collaborating with Dragana Jurisic for an exhibition at the RHA. Ahead of his visit to Dublin to talks to.
A pastor at a Baptist Church in Ballincollig, Co. Cork, has thanked the community for the massive outpouring of support received following the drowning of a five-year-old local girl whilst on a family holiday in Germany.
The parents of a man beaten to death by a neighbour who was undergoing a psychotic episode have told the Central Criminal Court that it is "unacceptable" that someone so dangerous and known to mental health services was living just a few doors from their "defenceless" son.
Paula Lambert, the voice of Bosco, has said that hearing of the closure of the Lambert Puppet Theatre, the almost five-decades-old home of such beloved children’s characters as Bosco, Judge and Mr Crow, has made her feel her father had died all over again.
If you know a loved one due a baby anytime now, the message is to hold on until the other side of New Year’s Day. Because if that kid is to have aspirations of some time playing high-level football, their odds are frighteningly reduced if they arrive before the end of the year
Barry Geraghty has endured a terrible run of injury in the past 12 months but as the 37-year-old prepares for his latest comeback, at the Galway Festival on Monday, he proclaims himself fitter and stronger than ever. And despite broken arms, fractured ribs and a punctured lung in the last year, he isn’t even considering retirement.
Irish physical therapist Gerard Hartmann has urged Paula Radcliffe, the women’s marathon world record holder, to embrace plans to rewrite the record books in athletics after the Briton said the plans were “cowardly” and an insult to the dignity of clean athletes.
Always good at creative writing, Ciaran parted company with school before taking his A levels. After a while he left Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh for Glasgow to attend drama school. Then, moving to London, he began to act, and has been doing so ever since.
The Bermuda Triangle; the Shroud of Turin: what makes Trump that particular shade of orange — there are many mysteries in this world, but I’ve solved one that’s been puzzling Irish people for generations. Hold on to your hats, boys and girls, I deduce Bosco is a boy.