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15 January 2019 16:20 Cork ladies football team to play in Páirc Uí Chaoimh for the first time

History will be made next month when Cork play Tipperary in the Ladies National Football League at Páirc Uí Chaoimh. It is the first time that Cork have ever played a game at the famous Leeside stadium. Ephie Fitzgerald’s Munster champions host the Premier county on Saturday, February 23rd (5pm) with the tie followed by Cork’s Allianz League Division 230

15 January 2019 15:40 Jail sentence for man who held over €77,000 worth of heroin

A man who held over €77,000 worth of heroin having built up a drug debt has been sentenced to four and half years. Garrett Hanley (33) of Oliver Bond House, Dublin pleaded guilty at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court to having heroin, with an estimated value of €77,301 and cannabis with a value of €2,100 at his home on May 12, 2015. The court heard that heroin 147

14 January 2019 18:26 Christmas spending splurge lifts grocery spend to over €10.8 billion for 2018

The five largest supermarkets tapped the lion’s share of the €10.85bn spent last year on groceries, an increase of 2.8% from 2017. The new figures from researcher Kantar Worldpanel cover the important Christmas trading period and also suggest that price inflation has re-emerged on the Irish grocery market landscape. Prices of 30,000 grocery items rose at an annual 118

14 January 2019 17:01 40 GAA Matches to be broadcast on TG4 as part of station's spring schedule

TG4 has unveiled their spring schedule for 2019 with details of their GAA coverage for the coming months. Coverage starts on January 27 with coverage of both All Ireland Football and Hurling champions. Monaghan taken on football champions Dublin in Clones, while there will be deferred coverage of Wexford's clash with hurling champions Limerick in the Allianz 74

14 January 2019 16:32 Gardaí disrupt gang linked to spike in bike thefts in north Cork

Gardaí have disrupted a gang they believe were behind a spike in bike thefts in north Cork. They have recovered several bikes which were believed to have been stolen for quick sale - one is valued at around €3,500 - and they also recovered suspected cannabis and cocaine with a street value of around €3,000 during the same search operation. One man has been charged 104

14 January 2019 12:06 Prison site that cost the State €51m likely to be developed for housing

A site previously earmarked for the State's first 'super prison' is likely to be developed for housing. Spending on the vacant site at Thornton Hall in north County Dublin now stands at €51m since it was bought in 2005. The bulk of the site is to be offered to the new Land Development Agency to build houses, according to the Irish Times. It was set up by the Government 84

13 January 2019 19:19 Joe Canning's stoppage-time sideline cut gives Galway win over Dublin

If Galway were attempting to keep Joe Canning under wraps and to allow him a low-key start to 2019, they didn't do a very good job of it. Wearing number 22, which corresponded to Joseph Cooney in the match programme, the 2017 Hurler of the Year slipped into the action as a late substitute. Within minutes he was involved in two huge moments; firstly being 71

13 January 2019 15:29 Number of families registered as homeless in South Dublin County Council up over 50% this month

The number of families registered as homeless in South Dublin County Council this month is up over 50%. Figures released to Social Democrats councillor Dermot Looney reveal there are now 298 families on the council's books. "It's time that councils built more [social housing]," said Mr Looney. "South Dublin, last year, did build in the region of 500 houses 72

12 January 2019 21:33 Dublin beat Meath in shootout to book O'Byrne Cup final place

Dublin will compete for even more silverware when they take on Westmeath in the O'Byrne Cup final after defeating rivals Meath in a penalty shootout. The game finished level 1-12 apiece at the end of 70 minutes but the All-Ireland champions, managed for the night by Paul Clake, secured a final berth with the shootout win. This was the second shootout 66

12 January 2019 10:42 Gardaí appeal for witnesses in connection with alleged assault in Temple Bar

Gardaí are appealing for witnesses following an alleged assault in Dublin's Temple Bar on Monday. A man in his 30s was treated for injuries to his face and head after an incident on Fleet Street in Dublin 2 at about 2am. A man in his 30s was arrested close to the scene and has appeared in court charged in relation to the incident. Gardaí are appealing 90