Place: The Netherlands
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Fri, 09 Jul, 2021
The family of musician Eamonn Campbell following his recent death in a Dutch hospital.
Thu, 19 Oct, 2017
Tributes have been paid to an Irishman who died in a swimming accident in the Netherlands.
Fri, 01 Sep, 2017
An expert ponders the findings while a Dutch family in Clare say they won’t be heading home any time soon, writes
Fri, 03 Feb, 2017
There is confidence at Woodward’s that the Atkinson painting of the Royal Yacht Squadron escorting Queen Victoria to Cork Harbour in August 1849, (dubbed ‘Famine Queen’ at the time), will find a buyer at auction today.
Sat, 12 Mar, 2016
Cybercrime is a growing threat with criminals attacking business, individuals and governments, says the head of insurance company Zurich which based in Dublin.
Fri, 17 Apr, 2015
A 73-year-old Dutch man, who was one of three men found with almost €5m worth of cannabis herb and resin, has today been jailed for seven years.
Tue, 24 Mar, 2015
U2 have announced the dates for the world tour of their Songs Of Innocence album.
Wed, 03 Dec, 2014
If properly planned, high-density housing is not the urban hell that Cllr Noel Collins (Letters, June 21) suggests.
Thu, 26 Jun, 2014
Two Dublin men are going to be sent to The Netherlands where they are wanted in connection with the death of a man in Amsterdam.
Wed, 19 Feb, 2014
The sight of a carcass of a mature deer on the roadside in the precincts of Killarney National Park, recently, brought home in a graphic way the fact that large numbers of animals, large and small, are being killed on our roads.
Mon, 20 Jan, 2014
Rod Stewart wants to reform 70s band the Faces with former bandmate Ronnie Wood.
Mon, 09 Dec, 2013
A “revolutionary” device that helps people use sounds to build images in their brain could be used as an alternative to invasive treatment for the blind, scientists say.
Mon, 08 Jul, 2013
Chelsea captain John Terry will miss a second successive European final tonight.
Wed, 15 May, 2013
Kelly Osbourne has complained that paparazzi in Poland have "push" and "hit" her.
Tue, 26 Mar, 2013
If there is one thing we have learned from the banking disaster and the horrors of the Magdalen Laundries, it is that we should no longer place passive trust in authorities and regulators.
Thu, 14 Feb, 2013
A full-scale "replica" of Noah’s Ark has opened its doors to the public in The Netherlands.
Mon, 10 Dec, 2012
Owners of marijuana-selling cafes in The Netherlands are urging their customers to vote for politicians who oppose new plans to rein in drug use.
Tue, 04 Sep, 2012
Covered for three days by a ferocious dark sky, pounded with relentless rain, and advertised by many in the press as potentially the worst Major championship in 25 years, the 94th US PGA Championship had a stunning metamorphosis in yesterday’s opening round.
Fri, 10 Aug, 2012
Snoop Dogg has been banned from Norway for two years.
Mon, 30 Jul, 2012
Two western photojournalists were held captive for a week by Islamic militants in Syria before being rescued by rebels, one of the men said today.
Fri, 27 Jul, 2012
A family of three is missing after an explosion wrecked a residential building in southern Italy.
Thu, 07 Jun, 2012
Next year’s European Tour will again include just one event Ireland, two in England, one in Wales and three in Scotland.
Tue, 20 Dec, 2011
Next year’s European Tour has been confirmed with the Irish Open switching from late July to the end of June, but with a venue yet to be announced.
Mon, 19 Dec, 2011
GERMANY has warned that the source of an outbreak of bacteria poisoning blamed for 10 deaths and hundreds of people falling ill, some in other countries, has yet to be pinpointed.
Mon, 30 May, 2011
IT was an idea of the late Charles Haughey, but came into its own during the Celtic Tiger boom with Hollywood stars and Spice Girls relocating to Ireland to avail off it, but among Brian Cowen’s final acts will be the practical ending of the artists’ tax exemption scheme.
Thu, 25 Nov, 2010
Carrick on Shannon in Co Leitrim won European recognition when it was awarded a gold medal at the 2010 Entente Florale Awards in Cervia in Italy over the weekend.
Mon, 27 Sep, 2010
A woman claiming to be the love child of the late Michael Jackson has had her case thrown out.
Wed, 08 Sep, 2010
Naomi Campbell reportedly attacked a news cameraman as she stormed out of an interview.
Fri, 23 Apr, 2010
HOW can the banks raise interest rates so easily?
Wed, 14 Apr, 2010
A GENETICALLY modified potato, resistant to two antibiotics, has been approved for industrial use and animal feed after the European Commission said it was safe for people, animals and the environment.
Wed, 03 Mar, 2010
A DUTCH court began sitting yesterday to decide whether to strip custody from the father of Laura Dekker, a 14-year-old locked in a battle with the state over a plan to sail solo around the world.
Thu, 24 Dec, 2009
The Dutch are seeking the extradition of an Irish man wanted on charges attempting to traffic heroin and cannabis from The Netherlands to Ireland.
Wed, 09 Dec, 2009
Next season’s European Tour – starting in South Africa on Thursday – will feature a minimum of 47 tournaments, including six new ones, and will once again culminate in the Dubai World Championship.
Mon, 07 Dec, 2009
Even with a bogey six on his card, Sweden’s Martin Erlandsson equalled the Zennemer course record with a seven-under-par 63 on the final day of the KLM Open in The Netherlands today.
Sun, 23 Aug, 2009
Ireland's Paul McGinley is tied for the lead at the KLM Open in The Netherlands after carding a six-under-par opening round of 64 today.
Thu, 20 Aug, 2009
Darren Clarke wasted little time today showing how much he wants to make a successful defence of the KLM Open in The Netherlands.
Thu, 20 Aug, 2009
Food group Greencore said today it expected to deliver full-year profits "modestly ahead" of last year.
Thu, 13 Aug, 2009
Iceland’s government could be ousted from power this weekend, becoming Europe’s first to fall as a direct result of the global financial crisis.
Sun, 25 Jan, 2009
MARY CULLEN managed to win back some pride for Ireland with a fine fourth place in the senior women’s race at the SPAR European Cross-Country Championships in Brussels yesterday as Martin Fagan could only watch from his knees as his medal hopes faded after a crashing fall in the senior men’s race.
Mon, 15 Dec, 2008
Greencore Group have announced a 2.5% increase in group sales to €648.7m in the half year ended March 28, 2008.
Wed, 28 May, 2008