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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 5

04 October 2017 01:32 16,000 messages in Humphries' 2-year grooming campaign

Pervert journalist sent pictures to child of 14 These included picture messages of his penis, a court was told yesterday. His sentencing hearing at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court also heard that the once-prominent writer collected the then 16-year-old from her school and took her to his flat for sex after grooming her for two years. Humphries (54) had daily 14

08 September 2017 23:11 Urgent care centre to benefit Fingal

New facility at Connolly Hospital is due to open in 2018 'The three-storey unit will include a walk-in Children's Urgent Care Centre, paediatric out-patient department and children's dentistry. Connolly Hospital was selected as an Urgent Care Centre/Ambulatory Centre as part of the plan for the National Children's Hospital. 'Typically, the centre will care for children 27

03 September 2017 01:35 Will the real Gerry Adams please stand up?

Having shifted his political focus to building the party in the Republic, he risks splitting it in two when he leaves. Without him the party is partitioned into a northern movement centred on Stormont and a southern one centred on the Dáil and the grasp for the presidency. Were he to stand down, Sinn Féin would ironically divide along the border that it fought 10

23 August 2017 08:01 Four held as protests turn unruly after Donald Trump turns on media again

A haze enveloped the night sky as protesters and police clashed outside the convention centre where the president had just wrapped up his speech. Mr Trump had opened his political rally with calls for unity and an assertion that "our movement is about love", but he then erupted in anger. He blamed the media for widespread condemnation of his response 14

07 August 2017 13:55 Get ready for partial lunar eclipse on Monday night

NEW DElhi: A partial lunar eclipse is set to occur on Monday night and, if skies clear up of the monsoon clouds, it will be visible across the country. The partial eclipse will begin at 10.55 p.m. on August 7 and will last for about two hours. "The maximum eclipse can be seen at 11.51 p.m.," said Science Popularisation Association of Communicators and Educators 42

06 August 2017 06:48 Kieran McGeeney believes the choice of referee will have a 'big bearing' on the Tyrone-Dublin semi-final

McGeeney watched his Armagh side fall to a heavy defeat to Tyrone yesterday. WHEN KIERAN McGEENEY was asked about his thoughts on the upcoming All-Ireland semi-final between Tyrone and Dublin in his post-match press conference yesterday evening, he made a very interesting observation. The Armagh boss, who watched his side exit the championship after 3

01 August 2017 10:04 Kevin Myers: 'Five or six' other people saw controversial Sunday Times column before it went to print

Speaking to Sean O'Rourke on RTE Radio One this morning, an emotional Mr Myers apologised profusely for the column two days ago, which saw the newspaper forced to apologise for causing "offence to Jewish people", and which has seen Mr Myers lose his job. "It was stupid of me, the encapsulation of such a complex issue in a single sentence," he said. "One of my flaws 2

25 July 2017 11:06 The Daily 202: Trump’s pick to run DOJ criminal division worked for Russia bank

Brian Benczkowski, then the Republican staff director of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sits behind then-Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) during a 2009 hearing. (Harry Hamburg/Associated Press) “President Trump’s nominee to lead the Justice Department’s criminal division, Brian A. Benczkowski, has disclosed to Congress that he previously represented Alfa Bank, one of Russia’s 19

14 July 2017 20:41 Caution rules as Celtic and Linfield turns into damp squib

The Scottish side came out with an easy win at a half-empty and uneasy Windsor Park Windsor Park is a much changed place in what are now much happier days, but when Belfast’s former DUP mayor Brian Kingston suggested this week that the city was now “mature” enough to handle rivalries like the one between Linfield and Celtic he might just have been getting 9