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18 May 2018 00:13 More pressure on Wexford claims O'Grady

As Pat Gilroy’s side travel down the east coast to face last year’s provincial runners-up having narrowly lost to Kilkenny, O’Grady senses there is a stronger onus on Davy Fitzgerald’s men to claim the two points. “Obviously, it’s a different scenario had Dublin won last week - there is pressure on Dublin but even more so on Wexford. They’re still hot favourites

17 May 2018 21:59 Someone has one week left to claim €1 million

The winning EuroMillions ticket was sold in Cork in February. SOMEONE WHO BOUGHT a lottery ticket worth €1 million has one week left to claim the money. Nobody has come forward to claim the prize from the EuroMillions draw held on Friday 23 February. The winning ticket was sold in the Eason store at the Wilton Shopping Centre in Cork city on the day of the draw. The winning 1

16 May 2018 14:55 Coast Guard helicopter rescues woman and her dog cut off by the tide

The changing tide left the woman and her dog stranded on a sandbank. A COAST GUARD helicopter has rescued a woman and her dog who got cut off by the tide while walking on Sandymount beach. The Dublin Coast Guard Marine Rescue Coordination Centre (MRCC) alerted the Dun Laoghaire Coast Guard to respond to a woman and her dog cut off near the seaward side of the Dublin 1

16 May 2018 08:51 A Temple Bar hotel is being put up sale for €10.7m

The property consists of two buildings that used to be offices. A 27-BEDROOMED hotel and bar in Dublin’s Temple Bar has been put up for sale for €10.7 million. The Dublin Citi Hotel is located on Dame Street at the corner of the plaza of the former Central Bank. Estate agent Savills has said that the property brings in a rent of €660,000 per year and that its tenants 1

14 May 2018 19:57 Watch: Ireland's Euros dreams ended by Dutch in controversial penalty shootout loss

Troy Parrott scored a vital second-half equaliser to bring the game to spot kicks. IRELAND U17S WERE dumped out of the European Championships at the quarter-final stage following a controversial 5-4 penalty shootout loss against the Netherlands in Chesterfield. With the shootout at 4-4, on the final spot kick, Dutch player Iwan Redan’s final penalty 2

14 May 2018 03:14 Ex-lifeguard ‘just had to help’ homeless man drowning in river Lee

The Canadian woman who, along with her brother, helped save a homeless man from drowning in the river Lee said their lifeguard training played a key role in the daring rescue. Dianne Stewart, who lives and works in London, told the Irish Examiner that she worked as a lifeguard in a beach and pool setting in Canada when she was a teen. “I wouldn’t have been able to live with myself 2

14 May 2018 00:42 Mayfield in cruise control against St Finbarr’s

However, the All-Ireland junior champions of two seasons ago had enough in hand to see them through. David O’Neill put Mayfield two points to one ahead after 11 minutes, and they made the first decisive break when Shane Duggan goaled three minutes later. The corner forward beat Paddy Kenneally after being set up by Shane Kelly. A huge free by goalkeeper 2

10 May 2018 08:50 Reaction as Apple scraps plan for €850m Athenry data centre

Planning delays have scuppered the plans. LOCALS HAVE DESCRIBED the decision by Apple to scrap plans for an €850 million data centre in Athenry as “a hammer blow” to the community. Apple confirmed the decision today citing planning delays that have put the handbrake on construction. Plans for the data centre were first announced in February 2015 and An Bord Pleanála 4

09 May 2018 23:00 Three held in €450k defrauding of Spanish and Irish companies

Gardaí investigating the defrauding of a Spanish and an Irish company have arrested three people and recovered the bulk of the stolen €450,000. In the first operation, the Garda National Economic Crime Bureau saved around 90% of the €300,000 taken from a company in Spain by two foreigners in Dublin. These individuals are suspected of being part of an “organised 2

09 May 2018 20:41 Boost for Liverpool's Champions League hopes as Huddersfield ensure survival with Chelsea draw

The result means that the Terriers will be a Premier League team this year. LIVERPOOL’S HOPES OF Champions League qualification were given a big boost, as Chelsea could only draw 1-1 with Huddersfield at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League tonight. The result means a draw on the final day against Brighton should be good enough for the Reds to secure 1