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  • Colin Fennelly confirms his retirement from inter-county hurling

    Colin Fennelly, captain of the victorious Ballyhale Shamrocks team in yesterday's Kilkenny county final, has confirmed that his intercounty career is over. The four-time All-Ireland winner was twice an All Star.

  • Climate-conscious Sligo tailor creates clothes that last for decades

    In a world where clothing is thrown away by some after just a few wears, 73-year-old bespoke tailor, Joseph Martin, creates clothes with colleagues in his Sligo shop that last for decades, often a lifetime.

  • Bobby McDonagh: Ireland's interest lies with France in Brexit fisheries dispute

    In the current fisheries dispute between France and the UK, Ireland's sympathies and interests are broadly aligned with those of France. That is not to say, of course, that we want to become involved in the minutiae of the issues at stake or that we take pleasure in two friends being at loggerheads. We naturally welcome recent indications that both sides may be backing away from a re-enactment of the Battle of Waterloo. Ireland's hope is to see the confrontation resolved quickly and amicably, through common sense and compromise, in full respect of commitments entered into and of international law.

  • Ceannairc agus cuimhne

    Ba mhíchibhiúil an mhaise don uachtarán seasamh thíos i Sligeach an tseachtain seo caite agus comóradh a dhéanamh ar cheannairc gan dealramh in aghaidh na n-údarás oifigiúil. De réir tuairisce labhair sé go binn is go fileata ar ócáid chomórtha cheannairc na Connaught Rangers san India a chuir in aghaidh polasaí an rialtais sa chogadh cathardha a bhí ar siúl sa Ríocht Aontaithe sa bhliain 1921.

  • Bellator returns to Dublin but Irish disappointment is the order of the night

    For a crowd receptive to encouragement, one that with the mildest provocation will belt out any song, Bellator 270 was a night to turn the page, a challenge for the Irish crowd to truly love.

  • Construction activity rises sharply again as new orders surge

    Growth in Irish building activity accelerated again in October, with the sector expanding for the sixth consecutive month, according to Ulster Bank's construction purchasing managers' index (PMI).

  • Companies failing to act responsibly may lose investors, report says

    Environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues have now become a "make-or-break" consideration for leading investors around the world, according to new research by PwC.

  • Crack cocaine in west Tallaght: 'This epidemic is so new, and came so fast'

    The particular vulnerabilities of women caught up in an "epidemic" of crack addiction in west Tallaght, Dublin, are clear during an evening with one of the area's only after-hours outreach teams.

  • Consumer spending on nights out, events surged in October – Revolut

    Irish consumers "got the party started" in October, according to Revolut, with monthly spending on clothing hire surging 388 per cent as delayed weddings, communions and confirmations finally took place.

  • College entry to be based on wider range of students' skills

    The Central Applications Office (CAO) points system will need to be revised to reflect a wider range of students' skills and learning pathways, according to a major report on senior-cycle reform to be published shortly.

Featured documents

  • Kevin Lunney attackers broke his leg and scored chest with blade, court hears

    Kevin Lunney was told to resign from Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) by attackers who threatened to kill him, broke his leg and used a Stanley blade to "score his chest", the Special Criminal Court has heard....

  • Judges will allow CCTV, mobile phone evidence in Kevin Lunney case

    The Special Criminal Court will admit mobile phone and CCTV evidence gathered by gardaí investigating the abduction and assault on businessman Kevin Lunney. The three-judge court ruled on Thursday that the evidence was lawfully gathered by gardaí investigating offences that are "at the very...

  • Kevin Lunney tells court man 'scored QIH down my stomach with Stanley knife'

    Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) director Kevin Lunney feared that nobody would come to help as he dragged himself along a country road, shivering from the cold, with a broken leg, knife wounds to his chest, and blood dripping from his face, the Special Criminal Court has heard....

  • The Irish Times top 50 cars for 2021

    As we delight in driving away from 2020, it's time once more to reflect on the best new-car buys out there right now. It hasn't been a stellar year for new arrivals, but a few models have stood out, while others continue to prove their worth, rising up the rankings. Some of the current crop of...

  • DNA matching that of Kevin Lunney and one accused found in van, court told

    A scientist found DNA matching Kevin Lunney's in the same van where he found DNA matching one of the men accused of abducting and torturing the Quinn Industrial Holdings director, the Special Criminal Court has heard....

  • 100 of the best restaurants, cafes and places to eat in Ireland, 2020

    READY to support Irish restaurants again? THIS LIST SHOULD WHET YOUR APPETITE. CHECK WITH VENUES FOR REOPENING TIMES AND DATES. SOME ARE OPEN NOW, SOME NOT UNTIL THE NEW...

  • The Irish Times top 50 cars for 2021

    As we delight in driving away from 2020, it's time once more to reflect on the best new-car buys out there right now. It hasn't been a stellar year for new arrivals, but a few models have stood out, while others continue to prove their worth, rising up the rankings. Some of the current crop of...

  • Man denies buying bleach used in torture of Kevin Lunney

    A man who denies assisting Kevin Lunney's abductors by buying bleach and providing the site where he was imprisoned and beaten, told gardaí, "I have nothing to hide," when they arrived at his house with a search warrant, the Special Criminal Court has heard....

  • Defence delivers closing speeches in Kevin Lunney assault trial

    The actions of one of the men accused of abducting and torturing Kevin Lunney are "very suspicious" but do not lead to the inevitable conclusion that he was one of the men who attacked him, the Special Criminal Court has heard....

  • Gardaí broke law by accessing mobile phone data, Lunney trial told

    Gardaí repeatedly broke the law by accessing illegally retained mobile phone data, a barrister has argued at the trial of four men accused of falsely imprisoning Quinn Industrial Holdings director Kevin Lunney....

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