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Roscommon’s Mark Miley celebrates his side’s All-Ireland minor final replay win over Kerry in 2006. Photograph: Lorraine O’Sullivan/Inpho

In the summer of 2006 Roscommon crashed out of the championship, beaten 1-19 to 0-9 by Meath on a scorcher of a day in Navan. Cathal Cregg, with a ful(...)

Those who have been made redundant can avail of the Government’s Covid-19 Pandemic unemployment payment. Photograph: iStock

You’ve lost your job. What Government supports are available? Employees laid off temporarily, without pay, due to a reduction in business activity c(...)

Irish Rail has announced a number of disruptions to its Easter services.  Photograph: Eric Luke

Irish Rail has announced a number of disruptions to its Easter services. Essential maintenance will be carried out on the Dublin to Sligo line as wel(...)

Dr Brian Gordon with his mother Marion Gordon. He dressed in a suit adorned with a Harry Potter cape pulled out of the Halloween dress-up box for his online graduation.

Shortly before 10am on Monday, Brian Gordon gathered with his family in the living room of his home near the town of Longford. Dressed in a suit adorn(...)

Stephen Kenny has been announced as the new Ireland manager with immediate effect. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Whatever else you can say about the rise of Stephen Kenny to the role of full-time Republic of Ireland manager, none of it could ever have been descri(...)

It’s a month to the day since the first case of coronavirus, also know as Covid-19, was diagnosed in Ireland. On February 28th, Michelle and Damien Ma(...)

Garda Patrick McDonnell, with an address at Corofin, Co Galway, pleaded guilty at Trim Circuit Court last month to a charge of dangerous driving causing the death of Jacqueline Wolohan (51) on the M4 motorway at Rossan, Kinnegad, on February 13th, 2016.

A widow’s three adult children and elderly father are to receive a settlement of some €240,000 against a garda who admitted dangerous driving causing (...)

A spokeswoman for the ISPCA said there was no evidence that pets such as dogs or cats can spread  coronavirus. File photograph taken at Dogs Trust: Fran Veale

Pet owners should make relatively small adjustments to the routines of their animals, but there is no need to be alarmist or abandon dogs, according t(...)

Gardaí shut down the party using their existing public order powers. File image:  Frank Miller /	The Irish Times

Gardaí were forced to break up a house party involving around 80 young people in Longford town due to “public health concerns.” Officers we(...)

A playground closed due to  coronavirus in Merrion Square, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

With 140, 000 people losing their jobs over recent days as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, many are struggling with worries about their financia(...)

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