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21 May 2018 01:47 Robin Dawson secures title in Royal County Down battle

And so it was for Tramore’s Robin Dawson, who ended his five-year wait for a major championship victory when surviving some back nine drama to win the Flogas Irish Amateur Open by four strokes from England’s John Gough and Castle’s Alex Gleeson at Royal County Down on two-under par. The Old Lady of Newcastle bore her consider teeth on the final day, when a cold southerly

19 May 2018 12:05 Helicopters deployed to rescue Hawaii residents from fast moving lava

Lava flowing from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano isolated a cluster of homes last night. HELICOPTERS WERE RUSHED in to rescue four trapped residents after lava flowing from Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano isolated a cluster of homes last night, one day after the volcano erupted and shot a huge plume of ash miles into the sky. Hawaii County Mayor Harry Kim wrote on Twitter

17 May 2018 13:45 Lahinch will host the Irish Open for the first time next year

The European Tour has today announced that the event will take place at the County Clare course from 4-7 July 2019. For the first time in its 91-year history, the European Tour event will be hosted by the County Clare course next year from 4-7 July. The decision was announced this afternoon following consultations with the tournament’s host, Ryder Cup-winning 1

14 May 2018 18:33 Body of British soldier exhumed from bog in Clare

Private George Duff Chalmers, who was 18 when he died, will be reburied in Dublin. THE BODY OF a British soldier executed and buried in Co Clare almost 100 years ago has been exhumed and will be reburied in Dublin. 18-year-old Private George Duff Chalmers was a member of the 2nd Battalion of the British Army’s Royal Scots based in Clare during the War of Independence 2

14 May 2018 15:27 Israel calls on Ireland to follow US example and move its embassy to Jerusalem

The United States officially opened its new embassy in Jerusalem today. THE ISRAELI GOVERNMENT has said that Ireland should follow the example of the US and move its embassy in the country to the city of Jerusalem. The United States officially opened its new embassy in Jerusalem today, a move which has sparked bloody protests from Palestinians and received 2

14 May 2018 00:42 Brooks Koepka shaping up nicely for US Open defence

Having returned to action at the Wells Fargo Championship just a week earlier, the American lipped out from 14 feet at the 18th for a 62 having made six birdies and just the second albatross in the history on the par-5 16th hole to scorch to 11-under par. It wasn’t enough to win the event but with just four weeks to go before his US Open defence at Shinnecock 2

12 May 2018 03:00 Thousand of people across the country taking part in 10th Darkness into Light

The event began with just 400 people walking in Phoenix Park in 2008. THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE are taking part in Pieta House Darkness into Light this morning. The 5km routes have started with people walking or running into the light as dawn breaks. This is the tenth year of the event which began with just 400 people walking in Phoenix Park in 2008. Some 500 people 10

09 May 2018 00:09 Ballydoyle look to maintain Chester Vase stranglehold

The Ballydoyle trainer has won this Group Three race eight times since 2007, including the last five renewals, and has successfully used the mile-and-a-half contest as a stepping stone to the Investec Derby. Ruler Of The World was successful on the way to glory at Epsom in 2013, while Wings Of Eagles lifted the Classic after finishing second to stablemate 2

07 May 2018 06:30 Kids call Childline upset after playing over-18s video games with family members

There is also concern about children talking to strangers online when they play these games. PARENTS IN IRELAND are being urged to think about the potential impact of allowing their children to play video games aimed at adults – even if they are playing the games with them. Last week children’s rights groups welcomed a committee decision not to raise 1

06 May 2018 17:00 Irish charity trains hotel staff to spot markers of child trafficking

A PROJECT RUN by an Irish charity has, for the last five years, been training hotel staff across the country to spot signs of child trafficking in their workplaces. Mecpaths, which is a project run by the Congregation of The Sisters of Mercy, was founded after two members of the congregation attended a UN conference on global human trafficking. They heard 1