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IT took Clare’s fighting display in their drawn Guinness All-Ireland SHC quarter-final to restore normality to the battle for the Liam McCarthy Cup.
Sat, 07 Aug, 2004
THE Japanese who visit Ireland are frequently baffled that we eat so little seaweed. When they walk along the seashore, they recognise seaweed and sea vegetables they seek out and relish in Japan.
Sat, 03 Jul, 2004
TAOISEACH Bertie Ahern is set for a first-ever meeting with Ian Paisley's Democratic Unionist Party ahead of a review of the Good Friday Agreement announced in Downing Street yesterday.
Tue, 20 Jan, 2004
DEPARTMENT of Finance officials yesterday admitted that the deal struck between the Government and the Conference of Religious in Ireland (CORI) on compensation payments to victims of residential abuse was in effect a blank cheque.
Thu, 03 Jul, 2003
ONLY 5% of Irish company directors are women, a new report has found, less than half the number in other countries.
Fri, 23 Jan, 2004
THE grounds of the Royal Dublin Society in Ballsbridge were drenched in colour yesterday as fashion took over for the celebrated Ladies Day.
Fri, 06 Aug, 2004
THE European Central Bank (ECB) yesterday warned borrowers to expect higher loan repayments in the short term after it said it was ready to raise interest rates.
Fri, 04 Nov, 2005
PONYMEN who ply for hire at the spectacular Gap of Dunloe, near Killarney, yesterday denied claims they were preventing tourists from driving through the seven-mile gap.
Fri, 01 Jul, 2005
NEWCASTLE misfit Nicky Butt could yet end up back at St James’ Park if Birmingham are relegated.
Thu, 03 Nov, 2005
GARDAÍ want to know why some people are more often victims of crime than others, so they can break the cycle.
Sat, 31 May, 2003
JAPAN'S Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi yesterday pledged $500 million (€413m) over the next few years to the global effort to eradicate HIV/Aids, malaria and tuberculosis.
Fri, 01 Jul, 2005
IF THE Taoiseach is devoted to the ideal of peace and accepts the principles of international law, why did he allow the use of Shannon airport for the invasion of another country?
Mon, 29 Dec, 2003
THERE was an angry backlash from unions and opposition parties yesterday to Government moves clearing the way for the privatisation of Aer Lingus.
Fri, 10 Oct, 2003