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Retired soldier Michael Smith, who went to Wales for a cataract operation.

Michael Smith, a 66-year-old retired soldier, had waited for more than two years for a cataract operation before he decided to have treatment in Wales(...)

Cork secured the All-Ireland minor A camogie title  by virtue of an all-round team performance, with eight different contributors to their 18-point tally.

Cork moved through the gears in the final quarter to get the better of Galway and claim the All-Ireland minor A camogie title by 0-18 t0 1-11 in MacDo(...)

CT scanner in the UHL: “There has been a bit of a myth that building our new emergency department would alleviate overcrowding.” Photograph: Alan Place

Standing in the bright and spacious public waiting area of University Hospital Limerick’s state-of-the-art €25 million emergency department (ED), one (...)

Fourteen-year-old Elisha was last seen at about 10.15pm on St Patrick’s night on Dillon Bridge in Carrick-on-Suir, heading towards the Carrickbeg area on the Co Waterford side of the town

The mother of 14-year-old Elisha Gault, whose body was found in the river Suir on Sunday, has paid tribute on Facebook to her “beautiful, funny, intel(...)

Flooding around Parteen Weir in Co Clare.  The Shannon-Dublin water pipeline will cost more than €1.2bn and its footprint will be immense.  Photograph: TISC

It is described as “one of the most important [infrastructural] projects in the history of the State”. Though not quite at the scale of Ardnacrusha hy(...)

People living in Dublin and other major urban  centres may not appreciate just how bad the position is in rural Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

News that one of the two bidders for a State contract to connect homes in rural parts of the country to high quality broadband has withdrawn from the (...)

Aerial view: the Tipperary plant is owned by cosmetics producer Coty Inc

A substantial manufacturing plant owned by cosmetics producer Coty Inc at Nenagh, Co Tipperary, will be offered for sale on the international market. (...)

Gardaí have started an investigation after more than €70,000 worth of drugs, believed to be cocaine, were discovered at the headquarters of the Tipperary Fire Service in Nenagh.

Gardaí have started an investigation after more than €70,000 worth of drugs, believed to be cocaine, were discovered at the headquarters of the Tipper(...)

Cars in the flooded car park near the Galway Atlantaquaria in Salthill during Storm Eleanor. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Met Éireann has issued a wind warning for parts of the country for the early hours of Thursday after Storm Eleanor brought heavy winds, rain and flood(...)

Turf Club chief executive Denis Egan:  the problem is with recreational drugs. Photograph: Inpho

The Turf Club has said there has been a very positive response to the prospect of increased suspensions put in place for jockeys who test positive for(...)

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