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16 December 2018 21:34 'Don't hide behind your tattoos, your cars or your girlfriends. Just play the game': Roy Keane critical of Man United

Roy Keane feels his former club Manchester United ‘don’t have a chance’ of securing Champions League football next season. The Corkman was on punditry duties for United’s 3-1 defeat at Liverpool, offering his usual fortnight views on the malaise engulfing Jose Mourinho’s side. Keane believes the Red Devils board must invest heavily to replace a batch

15 December 2018 22:38 Grandfather of three-year-old killed in car collision ‘heartbroken’

The grandfather of a three-year-old boy who died after being struck by a car in Co Down has said he is heartbroken. Kai Corkum, from the Ards area, died on the Moville Road in Newtownards in Co Down on Thursday, police said. A 21-year-old man was arrested, but has since been released on bail pending further police inquiries. Kenneth Corkum posted on social 1

15 December 2018 05:50 Man held for harassment had balaclava and gloves

Gardaí found binoculars, a balaclava, latex gloves, and a notebook with details of the alleged victim and her boyfriend when arresting a man later charged with harassing a woman, a court has been told. The man, with an address in West Cork, appeared before Bantry District Court in relation to the charge on Thursday and again in Bandon yesterday. He denies

14 December 2018 08:08 Man due in court in relation to hit-and-run in Louth

A man is due in court this morning charged in relation to a hit-and-run in Ardee, Co Louth in October. Two women in their 20s and a man in his 50s were hit by a car when it mounted a footpath on Market Street and failed to stop on the afternoon of the October 28. The silver Vauxhall Vectra car was later found crashed and abandoned a short distance away. All three

14 December 2018 05:50 Commercials to appeal fine for final no-show

Clonmel Commericals are to appeal a €2,500 fine imposed on them for failing to field a team in the South Tipperary final earlier this month. Commericals were due to play Ardfinnan in the divisional decider in Monroe on December 2 but did not turn up on the day of the match. Ardfinnan were present and warmed up on the pitch for about 20 minutes before

13 December 2018 17:41 US drivers cause crashes while grabbing cash spilled by van

An armoured van has spilled cash on a New Jersey highway, causing crashes as motorists stopped to grab the money. A police spokesman said it looked as if the Brink’s cash-in-transit vehicle had a problem with the lock on one of its doors. The frenzy happened in East Rutherford, near MetLife Stadium, where the New York Giants and New York Jets play. In online

12 December 2018 23:34 Pedestrian struck by van in Limerick

Gardaí in Bruff, Co Limerick are investigating the collision in Hospital which happened today. At approximately 5.40pm a man, 33, was seriously injured after being struck by a van on Main St, Hospital. The pedestrian was taken by ambulance to Limerick University Hospital. The road is currently closed to facilitate a Forensic Collision examination and diversions 1

11 December 2018 22:18 Four killed as gunman opens fire in Brazilian cathedral after mass

A man opened fire in a cathedral in southern Brazil after mass, killing four and leaving four others injured before turning a gun on himself, authorities said. The shooting occurred right after mass at the Metropolitan Cathedral in Campinas, a city about 60 miles north of Sao Paulo, according to Wilson Cassante, a spokesman for the archdiocese. A spokesman

11 December 2018 17:44 Jury recommends life in prison for man who drove car into protesters

A jury has recommended life in prison plus 419 years for a man convicted of murder for driving his car into counter-protesters at a white nationalist rally last year. The jury made its recommendation for James Alex Fields Jr a day after listening to emotional statements from the mother of a woman who was killed and from numerous people who were injured 1

11 December 2018 13:23 Dublin councillor calls on people to stand up to racism after incident on Luas

A Dublin councillor is calling on people to stand up to racist abuse after an incident on the Luas last weekend. Sinn Féin's Daithi Doolan was travelling to Drimnagh on Sunday when he witnessed a Dublin man shouting abuse at an older African woman. "I went down and checked in with her to make sure she was okay - she was very upset," Cllr Doolan said, who added 1