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 St Judes Tom Lahiff is tackled by  Adam Caul of Round Towers Lusk  during the Dublin SFC clash at Parnell Park. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Hurler of the Year favourite Cian Lynch is on the brink of yet more success after powering Patrickswell through to the Limerick SHC final. Lynch was(...)

Details of the proposed scheme are due to be presented at the monthly Wicklow County Council meeting on Monday night. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Public consultation is under way on a major proposed overhaul of Co Wicklow’s principal traffic artery with officials expected to emphasise the multim(...)

‘I could never find the words to describe such a feeling for the island, and how love and desperation would have shaped it’

“I won’t stay another winter here but will always go out to see it in the summer because I cannot forget the beauty of it.” Those words spoken by a f(...)

Stunning: Tory Island,  Ireland’s most remote inhabited island. Photograph: Brian Flanagan

For most of my younger life, Donegal felt faraway and remote, at the end of long drives on bad roads. Thanks to the EU’s road-improvement largesse, th(...)

No matter where you are on the island, experienced runner Conor O'Keeffe has a route picked for you.  Please remember the maps be(...)

Ireland is blessed with a myriad of cycling routes suitable for cyclists of all standards.

From epic rides along the rugged coast or over high mountain passes, to perfectly flat and leisurely spins along by lakes and canals, her(...)

The Olde Glen Pub & Restaurant in Donegal

Ciarán Sweeney, former head chef at Forest & Marcy on Leeson Street, Dublin, is looking forward to a busy summer as head chef at the Olde Glen Bar(...)

 Looking north towards Tibradden and Two Rock Mt from Cruagh Mt. Photograph: Francis Bradley

We were born just around the corner from each other and an even 100 years apart, and depending on the play of light or the hour of need, my morning or(...)

A flood in Blackpool, Cork city, in 2012. The proposed relief scheme would involve ‘putting a 350m stretch of the river Bride into a culvert near Orchard Court in Blackpool’. File photograph: Provision

A shop owner in the Cork suburb of Blackpool has warned that he may be unable to survive a further flood if a €20 million relief scheme is delayed by (...)

We're all tired of our 5km, but brighter days are ahead.  Here are just some ideas that will help you rediscover the outdoors this spring(...)

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