RTÉ’s famous foursome - John Giles, Eamon Dunphy, Bill O’Herhily and Liam Brady. Photograph: Inpho

John Giles is to leave his role as an RTÉ pundit at the end of this summer’s European Championships in France, bringing to an end a 30-year relations(...)

John Giles will leave his role as an RTE pundit after this summer’s European Championships. Photograph: Inpho

John Giles has confirmed he is to leave his role as a pundit with RTÉ after this summer’s European Championships in France. However, the 75-year-old (...)

Suffragist Margaret Sandhurst was the first woman to be given the Freedom of the City, in 1889, three years before her death.

In 140 years, 80 people have been awarded the Freedom of the City of Dublin. Nominated by the Lord Mayor, and approved by Dublin City Council, the awa(...)

John Giles outside the house in which he lived prior to the unveiling of a plague in his honour at Ormond Square in Dublin in 2006. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

John Giles did not know Aodhán Ó Ríordáin was going to become a politician but he’s still happy to play ball. At an event on Tuesday promoting the n(...)

75-year-old John  Giles is a soccer analyst on RTE and on Newstalk.

The media company owned by veteran soccer pundit John Giles recorded accumulated profits of more than €500,000 last year and has cash reserves of over(...)

 Ireland manager Martin O’Neill  celebrates with two-goal hero Jon Walters.   Photograph: Aidan Crawley/EPA

Well, isn’t life just grand? You know, if Liveline had a poll today on replacing Amhrán na bhFiann with ‘Super Jonny Walters’, it might be the first 1(...)

Robbie Brady celebrates after scoring.

Well, that game raised many questions, like the one about our dodgy concentration levels after taking a hard-earned lead, but the greatest conundrum, (...)

Ireland’s Shane Long celebrates with Robbie Brady and Wes Hoolahan at the end of the game. Photograph:  Donall Farmer/Inpho

Oh. Mein. Gott. A Darren Randolph-Shane Long one-two and Bob’s your Onkel, we had ourselves one of the most impossibly daft and outrageously deliciou(...)

Kevin Wall on Swan River in Perth, Western Australia.

A stringent English language test is delaying or denying many Irish people from getting Australian citizenship. The test difficulty got national expo(...)

The certificate granting the ‘Freedom of the City of Dublin’ to the artist Sir John Lavery in 1935 has turned up after 80 years and is to be sold at auction later this month. Photograph: Fine Art & Collectibles Auctioneers & Valuers

The certificate granting the Freedom of the City of Dublin to the artist Sir John Lavery in 1935 has turned up after 80 years and is to be sold at auc(...)