Joe O Keeffe

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Joe O’Keeffe on his way to back Tiger Roll in the Grand National. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision Magazine

Austin O’Brien – antiques dealer, undertaker, taxi driver and, right now, bus operator – pulls up in his silver saloon car to the spot from where the (...)

Family of Karen Buckley write: “To everyone who has shared our terrible loss please accept this acknowledgment of our profound gratitude.”

The parents of Karen Buckley, the Irish nurse murdered in Scotland, have published an acknowledgement notice thanking the community for their support (...)

Karen Buckley disappeared from the Sanctuary Nightclub in Glasgow on April 12th of last year.

The first anniversary of murdered nurse Karen Buckley was marked with a poignant ceremony in Analeentha, Co Cork tonight where family, friends and nei(...)

Karen Buckley’s father John makes a statement with his wife Marian outside court: “Our hearts are broken at the thought of Karen’s final moments on this world.” Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

The father of murdered Irish nurse Karen Buckley has described how her family is haunted by thoughts of her murder and her last moments alive. Spe(...)

Nurses from Karen Buckley’s University of Limerick graduation year at the Church of St Michael the Archangel, Analeentha, Co Cork, following her funeral mass. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

The death of Irish student Karen Buckley simply “doesn’t make sense”, coming when she was just 24 years of age, mourners were told at her funeral m(...)

Parish priest of Mourneabbey Fr Joe O’Keeffe said the purpose of the Mass was to pray for the safe return of Karen Buckley at this anxious time for the whole community.

Parishioners in Mourneabby began arriving for a vigil mass for missing student Karen Buckley as a 21-year-old man was detained in Glasgow.Friends, rel(...)

 Karen Buckley was seen on CCTV footage talking to a man and walking in the opposite direction to home early on Sunday morning.

Scottish police are continuing to search for an Irish student who hasn’t been seen since the weekend when she told friends in a Glasgow nightclub t(...)

Eimear Walshe and Michael O’Doherty, students at NCAD, finishing the installation with curatorial co-ordinator Anne Kelly.  Photograph: Alan Betson

The 1913 Tapestry exhibition was opened officially yesterday evening at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin. More than 200 (...)