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Jack Downey (19) from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, pictured with his mother Elaine. Photograph: Clonmel Óg Hurling and Football Facebook page.

The parents of two students who died after ingesting dangerous substances have warned young people about the consequences of taking illegal drugs. El(...)

“Wicked tragedy”: 	A man in his early 50s died early on Saturday  following injuries suffered in an incident on Gladstone Street (general view above), Clonmel, at around 3pm on Friday. File photograph: Google Street View

The death of a man who was struck on the head by a pole on a busy shopping street after a car crashed into it was a “wicked tragedy”, the mayor of Clo(...)

Séamus Kennedy celebrates at the final whistle after Tipperary’s victory over Wexford in the All-Ireland semi-final at Croke Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Impossible as it is for any player to completely isolate himself from all the hype and hullabaloo of All-Ireland hurling final week, Séamus Kennedy at(...)

Proponents of CBD say it helps with anxiety, inflammation, pain and a host of other ailments. Photograph: Getty

The owner of a Cork business selling cannabis derivatives has been told he will be arrested on Tuesday following a raid on one of his stores earlier t(...)

The worst-hit for overcrowding are University Hospital Limerick, which has 70 patients waiting for a bed; followed by Cork University Hospital, 68; and South Tipperary General Hospital, 45. Photograph: Alan Betson

Some 541 admitted hospital patients were waiting for beds on Wednesday, according to nurses. Latest figures by the Irish Nurses’ and Midwives’ Organi(...)

Jack Downey (19) from Clonmel, Co Tipperary, pictured with his mother Elaine. Photograph: Clonmel Óg Hurling and Football Facebook page

Gardaí investigating the death of a teenager from a suspected drugs overdose at a music festival last weekend say they are following a definite line o(...)

The six stores, in Kilkenny, Clonmel, Balbriggan, Maynooth, Arklow and Ennis,  are currently operated by existing franchisees David Power and Tony Flanagan. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Irish retailer Eason is to expand its company-owned store network after agreeing to acquire the trading businesses of six franchised stores. The sum (...)

The teenager was rushed to Cork University Hospital by ambulance. File photograph: Patrick Hogan/Provision

Gardaí say they have made good progress in their investigation into the supply of ecstasy which has left a teenager in a critical condition after beco(...)

From The Irish Times – June 13th, 1953.

“There’s Danger In Dirt” exclaimed the advertisements of the 1950s, admonishing “Mrs McCarthy” and “Mrs O’Brien” for failing to keep their children an(...)

A Garda inspector who is accused of acting as a security consultant for Coolmore Stud in Tipperary in his spare time has been interviewed.

Officers from the National Bureau of Criminal Investigation (NBCI) have interviewed a Garda inspector who is accused of acting as a security consultan(...)

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