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The emergence of the likes of  Conor Boylan shows the strength in depth Limerick have. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

We haven’t seen Limerick since the league final but everything about their campaign seemed to indicate that they had carried on from where they left o(...)

Director of the European Union Fundamental Rights Agency (FRA) Michael O’Flaherty says these are not ‘normal times’.

Ireland is among three countries with the worst records in the EU of racism based on skin colour according to a recent survey, a senior EU human right(...)

Earnings at the Rupert Murdoch-owned Wireless Group, which owns a number of local radio stations in the Republic, including FM104 in Dublin and Limeri(...)

Beet Juice: Hopfully’s saison pours a lovely bright pink and has a good frothy head

One of my favourite beer styles is the Belgian saison. This earthy, citrusy and thirst-quenching ale was tipped as the next big thing in craft brewing(...)

Garda Desmond McNally told Judge Conal Gibbons a warrant was obtained to search the boy’s home on suspicion of drug dealing.

A semi-automatic handgun was “fully loaded and ready for use” when it was found hidden under the bed of a 15-year-old Dublin schoolboy, a court heard (...)

The jury recommended that asylum seekers with medical complaints begiven relevant medical information when being transferred. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

An asylum seeker with a serious heart condition who was moved to Cork without his medical notes died nine weeks after the transfer, a Coroner’s Court (...)

European Council president Donald Tusk and UK prime minister Theresa May. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/Pool/EPA

EU leaders are likely to agree to a further extension of the Brexit process when they meet next week but are divided on whether to grant a short exten(...)

Jamil Qureshi: “To be successful, you need to understand your strengths and your talents and how you’ve applied them. Success is a habit and habits are replicated behaviour.”

There is nothing new about change. The Greek philosopher Heraclitus was all over it around 500 BC when he talked about the “universal flux”, asserting(...)

Two beers to try: Eight Degrees’s latest release Yellow Ball, a soft-bodied and sweeter  IPA, and  Yellow Belly’s special edition Where’s Wallonia saison

It’s interesting to see a few of the classic, clear IPAs reappearing on the shelves, though there’s no denying that most new craft beers these days ar(...)

Spring beers to try:  a stout,  porter and   raspberry sour

There’s been plenty of new beers hitting the shelves and taps as we edge closer to Paddy’s Day – which may morph into a month-long celebration in the (...)

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