A web designer who knocked a man unconscious during a row in Dublin nightclub, has been been ordered to pay €2,500 compensation

(...) following a brawl at the Everleigh Gardens nightclub on Harcourt Street on September 29th last year(...)

On foot of an application by the DPP, the Court of Appeal found the appropriate sentence for Simon Gentles was 10 years imprisonment

(...) months after he hijacked a taxi driver in Dublin city centre. Prentice, of Brookview Gardens, Tallaght(...)

Detail from Ilex aquifolium: Lydia Shackleton’s illustration of Holly. Courtesy of the National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin

Botanic Gardens, and currently president of one of the premier institutions in his field, Missouri Botanic(...)

Claire Ryan (right) and Patsy Wrafter of the Informal Florist. Photographs:  Richard Johnston

(...) from the gardens and allotments of family and friends. “Whenever and wherever possible, we favour(...)

Anthony Allen of Leicester is tackled by Mathieu Bastareaud during Toulon’s 23-8 victory over  Leicester Tigers at Felix Mayol Stadium

(...) quarter-finals by thumping Treviso 67-0 at Franklin’s Gardens. The Saints, with their juggernaut wing(...)

The property at Fernhill Estate in Sandyford, Co Dublin was bought by developer David Arnold for about €45 million in 2008 and later taken over by Nama. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

(...) gardens Fernhill gardens were started in the early 19th century and developed by their owners through the(...)

Liam McKee, with dog Tonto, at his home in Cronin Gardens, Shannon, Co Clare. Separated Mr McKee says he has no access to the TV in the house. Photograph: Eamon Ward

(...)-up children, shares his home at Cronan Gardens, Shannon, with his separated wife and two of their children(...)

Paul Toland  has been sentenced to nine years at Belfast Crown Court.

(...) kitchen of his Glenmore Gardens home in the early hours of April 30th, 2012.Toland, formerly of The Cedars(...)

(...),000. It’s the size and shape of the gardens that is dictating the price – the shape of the plot means that(...)

You are being watched: a goldfinch and a robin

Watch Ireland. People are being asked to take note of the birds that visit their gardens or nearby parks over(...)