Mary I had previously been awarded the fixture against IT Carlow having reported the ineligbility of one of IT Carlow’s players during their group stage defeat to them. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

IT Carlow are back into the Fitzgibbon Cup in the latest twist in a Higher Education 2015 season saturated with player eligibility concerns, expulsion(...)

Limerick’s Séamus Hickey: “We were wondering where we could get the impetus to drive this programme forward . . . . I’m really chuffed for Limerick hurling.” Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Limerick All Star Séamus Hickey is happy to have a home-grown manager remain in charge of the county’s senior hurling team although he welcomes Anth(...)

The Union of Students in Ireland says it has registered more than 20,000 new student voters on electoral registers around the country

The Union of Students in Ireland says it has registered more than 20,000 new student voters on electoral registers around the country. A campaign to g(...)

Donegal manager  Jim McGuinness: ready to pit his wits against Jim Gavin and the reigning All-Ireland champions. Photo:  Cathal Noonan/Inpho

That match three years ago is now a scary but merry memory for Dublin – like the time we ran out of petrol in Transylvania – given all the good thing(...)

Now dig this: why don’t we depict historical events in the spots across the country where they took place?

Three people in hi-vis jackets stood at a hole outside Trinity College on Wednesday. Staring into it. Chatting. It was a stereotypical scene, the open(...)

Average rent in Dublin increased at 10 times the rate of other parts of the country over the past 12 months. Photograph: Frank Miller

The cost of renting a home in Dublin increased at 10 times the rate of other parts of the Republic over the last 12 months, and capital rents are now(...)

Minister of State Joe Costello (Lab) TD and Lord Mayor of Dublin Oisin Quinn (Lab) at the official opening of the 2014 Africa Day flagship  in Dublin’s Phoenix Park Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Labour had suffered “a very severe backlash” and “the brunt of the people’s anger” in Friday’s election the party’s Minister of State Joe Costello sai(...)

Anna Snyder: I had a lot of fun writing 24 Hours Dublin, the result of years of exploring the city while I lived there and researching it when I didn’t

It was 2007 when I first came to Dublin, at the apex of the Celtic Tiger-fuelled age of optimism and prosperity. While I’d done some travelling bef(...)

In central  Copenhagen more than 55 per cent of people commute by bicycle. 2:39

Even before it became one of the world’s great cycling cities, Copenhagen was a great city to cycle in. Like the rest of Den- mark, it is almos(...)

ESB crews working in north Kerry . Crews from Northern Ireland have been drafted in to help restore power to thousands of homes in Kerry. Photograph: Domnick Walsh / Eye Focus 1:11

Between 60,000 and 80,000 homes and businesses will remain without power overnight after after damage due to the storm that battered the countr(...)