Clonmel

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Siobhán Slattery and John O’Grady Siobhán Slattery, from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, and John O’Grady, from Mayo, met in 2006 through a mutual friend. The(...)

An Irish  householder mops up flood water in his kitchen. Serious floods on the scale experienced over the weekend in places such as the west of Ireland  were once budgeted for once in a hundred years  - now they’re happening much more frequently. File photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

The massive floods that have caused such devastation in the west of Ireland - and even more so in northwest England - are not the first such “extreme (...)

Paul (34) and Sancha (31) grew up in Clonea Power, Co Waterford and became friends in secondary school. Since 2001 their Christmas Eve tradition ha(...)

Final year medical student Maeve (28) moved with her family from Clonmel, Tipperary to the United States aged three for her father, Pat’s work. (...)

Gillian (26) is a pastry chef from Clonmel, Co Tipperary who most recently worked at the Shelbourne Hotel. Wesley (26) from Capetown, South Afr(...)

Undated image of Ryan Brennan. Photograph: Collins

A settlement of €6.5 million has been approved by the High Court in the case of a teenage boy who was brain damaged at birth. This is on top of a €1.7(...)

Three men have appeared before a Saturday sitting of the non-jury Special Criminal Court charged with membership of the IRA among other offences

Three men have appeared before a Saturday sitting of the non-jury Special Criminal Court charged with membership of the IRA among other offences.The m(...)

The Supreme Court has made no costs orders after proceedings brought on behalf of John Stokes by his mother Mary Stokes (above) concerning the enrolment policy of CBS High School, Clonmel, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Collins.

A Traveller boy and a secondary school must each pay their own legal costs of the boy’s unsuccessful appeal to the Supreme Court against the school’s (...)

Mary Stokes:   said her son John did not  meet the criterion of having a father or brother in the school, as he was the oldest in his family and his father had not attended the school. Following a lottery process, John was not admitted and instead went to another school. Photograph: Collins/Courts.

The Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal arising out of a secondary school’s refusal to enrol a teenage boy from the Traveller community. In proceed(...)

A dispute between shareholders in a frozen yogurt business has been settled, the High Court has heard. Stock photograph: Thinkstockphoto

A dispute between shareholders in a frozen yogurt business has been settled, the High Court has heard.Yelena Aust obtained temporary freezing orders l(...)

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