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17 February 2018 00:20 ‘Players are being flogged’

UCD and NUIG enter this afternoon’s third-level decider having not kicked a ball in earnest since their respective semi-final victories on Wednesday evening. Compared with how the Sigerson finals weekend was structured in years past, three days of a break between the penultimate round and final is not to be scoffed at. Think back to the 2015 finals weekend 10

17 February 2018 00:00 Ireland 2040: €1.4bn allocated for strategic investment priorities

It is one of the most significant projects to be undertaken in the State, yet the Cork events centre only gets a mention in Project Ireland 2040. The €73m project is listed as “other amenity” in the plan that states that €1.4bn is being allocated to strategic investment priorities between now and 2027. The Irish Examiner reported last week that a funding 6

16 February 2018 02:57 Davy Fitzgerald: I didn’t want Jason Forde suspended

As the counties face off in Thurles tomorrow evening, Fitzgerald regrets the Tipperary forward was suspended for the Munster SHC clash with Cork after incurring a one-match ban for contributing to a melee. As a result of the ban and the incident, Tipperary will bring forward a motion to Annual Congress in Dublin tomorrow week defining what constitutes 17

14 February 2018 12:34 'How in God's name could that be called a comprehensive analysis?': Garda homicide figures probed

Figures from An Garda Síochána were before the Oireachtas Justice Committee today. SENIOR FIGURES FROM An Garda Síochána appeared before the Oireachtas Justice Committee today and said that it will take at least six months for its analysts to review its homicide figures. The head of its analysis service said today that he could not sign off on an internal 2

11 February 2018 20:34 Tipperary selector Shane Stapleton recovering in hospital in Limerick after sideline incident

He’ll be kept in overnight for observation according to a Tipperary spokesperson. TIPPERARY FOOTBALL SELECTOR Shane Stapleton is recovering in hospital overnight following a collision on the sideline of their Division 2 draw with Clare in Ennis earlier today. In the 46th minute, Clare forward Jamie Malone bundled into Stapleton while competing for possession 2

08 February 2018 00:17 Rodents among reasons for closures

A live rodent in an open wall cavity, rodent droppings under a pizza oven, and human excrement overflowing from a workers’ toilet were just some of the reasons that health inspectors closed a number of food businesses in January. A total of four closure orders were served on food businesses by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) during the month 5

07 February 2018 21:30 Late points secure a Fitzgibbon semi-final spot for DCU and stop Mary I's three-in-a-row bid

A semi-final place has been booked for next week. A FRENETIC FINALE saw home side DCU notch the crucial points to book a passage to the semi-finals of the Fitzgibbon Cup tonight as they thwarted the three-in-a-row ambitions of reigning champions Mary Immaculate College. The kingpins for the last two years had come from four points down entering the final 9

07 February 2018 01:17 Ulster University power past UL to semi-finals

Trillick brothers Rory and Lee Brennan, Ronan McNamee and Monaghan’s Ryan McAnespie all found the net in what was a straightforward win. UL centre-back Pearse Lillis received a straight red card after five minutes for striking Tyrone’s Mark Bradley, which resulted in an early skirmish. The home side, with the wind in the first half, kicked on and led 3-4 to 0-2 at the break 10

29 January 2018 21:36 A white van crashed into a pensioner's kitchen in Co Down last night

A 27-year-old man has been charged. A MAN IS due in court in Northern Ireland tomorrow charged with a number of offences after a van crashed into a house in Co. Down. The incident happened last night at the house of pensioner Annie Burrell on Clare Road near Waringstown. Pictures of the aftermath of the incident show the front of the vehicle lodged 18

26 January 2018 19:41 Father-of-two dies after falling while taking down Christmas decorations in his home

The man in his 50s is said to have suffered a serious head injury. A MAN HAS died in hospital following a tragic accident at his home in Co Clare this afternoon. The father-of-two in his early 50’s is understood to have been working around his home when he fell from a wall and suffered a serious head injury. It’s believed he was taking down Christmas 6