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16 August 2018 16:11 Accumulated profits at Graeme McDowell firm climb to $17.4m

Graeme McDowell’s mixed form on the fairways had no impact on his earning power off the course last year as pre-tax profits at his golf promotion firm increased to $3.7m (€3.2m). The pre-tax profits enjoyed by G-Mac’s firm, Boyport Services Ltd resulted in the company having accumulated profits of $17.4m at the end of December last. During the year, 39-year-old

16 August 2018 11:53 'Anything is possible' says Caulfield as Cork trail heading into Europa League clash

Cork City will hope to emulate their team of 1993 when they take on Rosenborg in the Europa League tonight. The League of Ireland champions are trailing 2-nil heading into the second leg of their third round qualifier in Norway. It has been 25 years since the Leesiders last overturned a first leg deficit to advance in Europe. "Football is strange and that's

16 August 2018 11:52 No criminal charges in mistaken-identity case of father-of-three shot dead

No criminal charges will be brought in relation to the death of a 24-year-old man shot dead in a case of mistaken identity. The Director of Public Prosecutions decision in relation to the death of Martin O’Rourke, who was shot dead in a lunchtime attack on Dublin’s Sheriff Street, was delivered at Dublin Coroner’s Court. Mr O’Rourke (pictured) was shot in the head in broad

16 August 2018 11:50 With 131 days to go, Brown Thomas has officially opened its Christmas shop in Dublin

Christmas trees and festive decorations will be on sale at the store until the end of the year IRELAND MIGHT BE enjoying the final few weeks of summer, but the festive season has already arrived in one part of the country. Department store Brown Thomas has officially opened its Christmas store in Grafton Street in Dublin, with 131 days – or just over a third

16 August 2018 11:20 GSK to close Sligo site with loss of 165 jobs

GSK is to close its manufacturing site in Sligo by 2021, with the loss of 165 jobs. It has been reported that the company informed its employees of a proposal to close the site. Approximately 165 employees were told that production would be phased out over the course of three years before decommissioning the site in late-2021. The company said that demand

16 August 2018 07:28 Poll: Should the contraceptive pill be available for free without prescription?

Fianna Fáil has added to calls to make the pill more freely available. CALLS ARE GROWING for the contraceptive pill to be made more freely available, with Fianna Fáil’s Lorraine Clifford-Lee saying the cost of attending a GP and getting a prescription acted as a “barrier for women”. The Times of Ireland reported this morning that Clifford-Lee has called

16 August 2018 05:59 Brexit border talks to take place in Brussels

High-level Brexit negotiations are scheduled to take place in Brussels over the next two days. The EU and UK have agreed there will be no hard border, but they differ on how it can be achieved. Fine Gael Senator and spokesperson on EU Affairs, Neale Richmond, said Ireland and the UK will suffer the most in the event of a no-deal Brexit. "The consequences

16 August 2018 03:40 Tyrone man Tally favourite to become new Down boss

Galway football coach Paddy Tally to set to be named Down manager next week. The Mournemen have been looking for a new boss since Eamonn Burns ended his three-year tenure in July following the Round 2 qualifier loss to Cavan. Tyrone man Tally has been credited with refining Galway’s defensive structure during the county’s improvement under Kevin Walsh

15 August 2018 14:00 GAA warn that they'll automatically cancel touted tickets for All-Ireland finals

The association released a statement regarding the resale of tickets this morning. THE GAA HAVE warned that tickets being resold for prices above face value for the All-Ireland hurling and football finals will be cancelled. “Tickets for GAA All-Ireland Finals are distributed directly to our Clubs and County Committees. “The Association also routinely

15 August 2018 12:52 Bishop of Limerick says Catholic Church must acknowledge 'dark' aspects of its history

Bishop Brendan Leahy made his comments ahead of the Pope’s visit to Ireland later this month. THE CATHOLIC BISHOP of Limerick has said the Church in Ireland needs to acknowledge the dark aspects of its history, such as the “sexual abuse of minors by clergy”. Bishop Brendan Leahy said that the visit of Pope Francis to Ireland is a crossroads moment for the Church