John Galvin

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Gene Rooney and Charlie Bonner in Bread Not Profits. Photograph: Caleb Purcell

BREAD NOT PROFITS Cleeves Toffee Factory, Limerick ★★★★★ Shakespeare used his history plays to explore issues relating to the morality of power and (...)

The most recent accounts for the Clare FM company show that it recorded a pre-tax loss of €180,566 in 2017. Photograph: iStock

The Catholic Church, the GAA, a number of priests and hundreds of Clare citizens are to share in a €2.67 million windfall from the sale of Clare FM an(...)

Judge James O’Connor in 1999. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The retirement has been announced by the Courts Service of Kerry-based district justice James O’Connor, following a decision not to grant his applicat(...)

Owen Roe and Charlie Maher in ‘Melt’

Melt Smock Alley Theatre, Dublin  ★★★ “So, what brings you to the end of the world?” asks Owen Rowe’s brusque ecologist, Prof Boylan, recently jo(...)

Coalisland’s Cathaoir Quinn celebrates a goal against Killyclogher in the drawn Tyrone SFC final last week. Lorcan Doherty/Inpho.

SATURDAY Limerick SFC final Dromcollogher-Broadford v Monaleen, Gaelic Grounds, 7.30 A repeat of the 2013 final featuring the two sides that dominat(...)

Home to a slew of musicians including Foster & Allan, Niall Horan and Bressie its best-known resident remains show band legend Joe Dolan

Mullingar is an old-fashioned spot that has held on to its market town atmosphere. While home to a slew of musicians including Foster & Allan, Nia(...)

64 Fitzwilliam Square: ornate plasterwork, colourful murals, marble pillars and fireplaces and a mass of gold leaf decorations

Dublin’s most flamboyant corporate headquarters goes for sale today at over €4 million. The redbrick Georgian house at 64 Fitzwilliam Square is no dif(...)

Imants Mickans (29), a Latvian national who had been living at St Brendan’s Park, Tralee, and now lives at Tudor Court, Tipperary town,  hailed a taxi on  November 1st, 2009 at Oak Park, Tralee.  He did not pay for the taxi and knew he would not be able to pay for it when he hailed the driver, Tralee District Court was told. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

A man who dodged a €19.65 taxi fare will end up paying almost €620 to keep his record clean.Imants Mickans (29), a Latvian national who had been livin(...)

Ian Ryan will return to play some part for Limerick this weekend according to their manager. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Remarkably it took Limerick 45 minutes to muster their first point against Tipperary in the last round of the Allianz Football League, a game manager (...)

John Galvin: “I have no regrets, I had a very long career. I went from 1999 to 2010 virtually injury free.”

Retired Limerick midfielder John Galvin has admitted that continuing his career to become the longest serving player in championship football didn’t (...)

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