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Ireland’s third-biggest lake casts a unique spell over the locals living on or close to it Rosie Foley calls Lough Derg “she” throughout our con(...)

Declan Kelly began his career in the media business as a reporter with the Nenagh Guardian, before entering public relations in Dublin. He is a brother of the Labour party leader, Alan Kelly.

Irishman Declan Kelly, an influential adviser to Fortune 500 executives, has lost his board seat at the campaign group Global Citizen and ceded some o(...)

Steward Conor McCaffrey celebrates next to the scoreboard after Antrim beat Clare last week. Photo: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

In 10 seasons playing for Tipperary, Darren Gleeson only came across Antrim once. And even then, he was a tangential presence, a first-cousin-once-rem(...)

Post mortems are being carried out on the bodies of two brothers who drowned in a diving accident at University Hospital Limerick before their remains will be handed over to their family for burial. Photograph: Press 22

Tributes were paid to Laois brothers Fergus and Philip Brophy, who drowned in a diving incident at a quarry, in Co Tipperary, on Sunday. Fr Tom Doole(...)

Tipperary versus Clare. Tipperary GAA chairman John Devane said the county board was “delighted” to enter the sponsorship agreement. Photograph:INPHO/James Crombie

Tipperary GAA has struck a sponsorship deal with corporate communications adviser Teneo in a deal worth up to €180,000 a year, The Irish Times underst(...)

Former  minister Alan Kelly Minister: When he said “understandings”, he held up two crooked fingers on either side of his head and wiggled them, indicating quotation marks. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Alan Kelly was speaking in riddles about deals, understandings and agreements. Making dark accusations about “certain deputies” and “some members” of (...)