Dublin’s Chris Crummy in action with Darragh Corcoran of Kilkenny at Parnell Park in May. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dublin hurler Chris Crummey has acknowledged that the risk of mass withdrawals for Covid-19 reasons will remain with all teams for the duration of thi(...)

Dublin hurling manager Mattie Kenny saw his side lose to Kilkenny with a number of players absent. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The GAA is confident of avoiding major disruption despite the climbing numbers of Covid-19 infections, especially in the under-45 cohort, which includ(...)

Dublin’s Cian Boland and Michael Carey of Kilkenny. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Kilkenny 1-25 Dublin 0-19 Kilkenny retained the Bob O’Keeffe Cup on a sweltering evening in Croke Park on Saturday. Apart from a second-quarter flour(...)

Kilkenny’s Adrian Mullen lifts the Bob O’Keeffe Cup. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dublin 0-19 Kilkenny 1-25 Kilkenny duly wrapped up their 73rd Leinster hurling title - the 17th of manager Brian Cody’s 23-year tenure - against a ga(...)

Tim O’Mahony:  Cork’s  big weapon is pace and they have it everywhere from O’Mahony, who’s an outstanding player at wing back, to Jack O’Connor in the forwards. However they will need goals if they are to trouble Limerick. Photograph: Ken Sutton/Inpho

League form was always going to be particularly suspect this year and so it proved last weekend. Waterford signed off in great form by beating Tipper(...)

e Poolbeg Glass Bottle site in south city Dublin could set an example for the full delivery of social and affordable housing across the country, says Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien

The Poolbeg Glass Bottle site in south city Dublin could set an example for the full delivery of social and affordable housing across the country if h(...)

A Celtic Tiger-style bidding war over a house on sale in Rathmines, Dublin, has been described by Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien as ‘not sustainable’. File photograph: Getty Images

A “Celtic Tiger”-style bidding war over a house on sale in Rathmines, Dublin, where the price has almost doubled from the €685,000 asking price has be(...)

The Oireachtas has voted in favour of Government plans to introduce a 10 per cent stamp duty on house purchases of 10 units or more. File photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The private sector will supply the majority of housing to be built under Government targets for the next 10 years, internal documents show. During a (...)

Proposals from Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe and Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien, pictured above) were criticised by opposition parties a ‘shambles’ and ‘totally laughable’

Green party ministers have questioned whether housing reforms aimed at limiting the role for “cuckoo funds” could have knock-on consequences for urban(...)

Fears ability to remove elected mayors will lead to US-style ‘impeachment hearings’. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The ability for councillors to trigger a process to remove the future directly-elected mayor of Limerick from office would risk creating American-styl(...)

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