Enniscrone

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Tony Walsh’s abuse of one boy in Ballyfermot from 1978 to 1983 was so extreme that he was sentenced in December 2010 to a total of 123 years.

Former priest Tony Walsh, who was jailed on Wednesday for indecently assaulting a boy 35 year ago, was described by the Murphy Commission as “the most(...)

Higher Options 2018 will take place at the RDS Simmonscourt, Dublin, on September 12th, 13th and 14th. Photograph: Eric Luke

You’ve been back in school a few weeks. Summer is over and the depressing reality of the Leaving Cert is ahead of you. On top of that, you’re going to(...)

After a decade of sleek, polished looks, home trends are embracing the artisan. Ironmongery, you could say, is having a moment. Like all crafts, its (...)

The Biking Blitz series offers mountain bike races for all levels.

JANUARY Park Run Countrywide, every Saturday, free There are currently 7,821 Park Run events taking place every Saturday in more than 70 locations ar(...)

Leitrim Surf Company: one of the nicest ways to explore Leitrim’s tiny but lovely coastline is on stand-up paddle tour

LEINSTER Cycle Wexford’s Euro Velo and the Norman trail Wexford has just launched its 120km section of the EuroVelo 1 route from Rosslare harbour to (...)

File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

An audible sigh of relief was heard around the country at 2pm on Thursday as students opened their English exam paper and found that all the predicted(...)

Susan Kilty, PwC people partner: “Make sure that, during your research, you explore the modules on offer in the different courses and if work experience or Erasmus is included.”

Picking a college course can be daunting. Once you’ve considered what course genuinely interests you – and this should always be your primary consider(...)

Businessman David McGowan  in front of his Boeing 767 after it was lowered into its final destination in Enniscrone village in Co Sligo. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Yes. It’s official. The “Big Yoke” has landed. It came by sea to Enniscrone, Co Sligo. The unimaginatively titled object is a decommissioned Boeing (...)