Roscommon’s Enda Smith celebrates the Connacht final victory over Galway at Pearse Stadium. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Enda Smith and Aidan O’Shea are the catalysts for their respective Roscommon and Mayo teams, and from the off on Sunday they’ll come head to head. Bi(...)

Roscommon’s John McManus tackles Galway’s Shane Walsh during the Connacht final. “I wouldn’t have any fear of going out and playing Mayo.”  Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Roscommon full back John McManus says Kevin McStay’s side are determined to prolong their summer dream, having already achieved the goal of becoming C(...)

Roscommon’s selector Liam McHale and manager Kevin McStay look on at the action at Dr Hyde Park on Sunday. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Kerry 1-19 Roscommon 1-13 An injury-time goal by Paul Geaney sealed victory for Kerry over a brave Roscommon side in an entertaining Division One enc(...)

There has been considerable adverse comment on our decision to publish an on-line article by Wicklow-based American writer Nicholas Pell on the Alt-r(...)

Roscommon have named their team to play New York in Gaelic Park on Sunday night. Photograph: Andy Marlin/Inpho

Roscommon have gone with a mixture of experience and youth for their Connacht championship opener with New York on Sunday night. Joint managers Ferg(...)

Developer Ray Grehan.

Developer Ray Grehan used the law firm at the centre of the Panama Papers investigation to shield assets from the National Asset Management Agency (N(...)

Fr John McManus has been restored to ministry by the church more than three years after the Northern Ireland Public Prosecution Service decided he had(...)

Clockwise from top left: Paul O’Neill, Deirdre Veldon, Mark Hennessy and Paddy Logue.

A series of new editorial appointments have been made at The Irish Times. Editor Kevin O’Sullivan said the appointments would serve to further develo(...)

EirGen employs 100 and manufactures high potency drugs for cancer chemotherapy

Waterford-based pharmaceutical company EirGen has been acquired by US drugs company Opko for $135 million. Founded by Tom Brennan and Patsy Carney (...)

Eircom is seeking permission from its lenders to potentially sell its telephone exchange site on Crown Alley in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

Eircom is seeking permission from its lenders to be able to spend up to €500 million on acquisitions and potentially sell its valuable telephone excha(...)