Keith Barry

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Rory O’Flaherty (right), chairman Lough Lein Anglers presenting the Charity Cup to Noel Duane, winner of fly-fishing competition in Killarney

Stationed on the bridge overlooking the canal stretch alongside Ross Castle on Lough Lein in Killarney, Timothy O’Sullivan, “Timo” to his friends, be(...)

Santa (and the Grinch) arrive to open Winterval Festival and switch on 100,000 Christmas lights in Waterford City. Photograph: Patrick Browne

More than 500,000 people are expected to attend Ireland’s biggest Christmas Festival which opened in Waterford on Friday and runs until December 23rd (...)

This year’s Winterval festival in Waterford was the most successful to date, building on the success of last year’s event which brought an additional € 14 million into the local economy in the run up to Christmas, the organisers have revealed.

This year’s Winterval festival in Waterford was the most successful to date, building on the success of last year’s event which brought an additional (...)

The  Book of Kells

A replica of the Book Of Kells worth €15,000 has been stolen in Co Meath. Sgt Dean Kerins, a Garda Crime Prevention Officer in Co Meath, said the copy(...)

Revenue from Mincon’s core manufactured products declined versus the previous quarter

Revenues at Irish engineering group Mincon decline by 9 per cent in the third quarter versus the preceding three months due to an overall decline in t(...)

The showman was revealing nothing about his festive illusion which will be performed at The Mall in Waterford on November 29th Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The world premiere of a new festive illusion by Keith Barry will be one of the highlights of this year’s Winterval festival which gets under way on N(...)

Dublin manager Anthony Daly shows his frustration as his charges go down meekly to Tipperary at Thurles in the All-Ireland quarter final. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Prior to Dublin’s game with Tipperary last Sunday some of Anthony Daly’s words in the press caught my eye.“For the first week, anyway, (post Leinster (...)

TV3 chief executive David McRedmond: “The new [HD] studio is starting to come through. It’s working both for us on air and it is also working in international sales and that really matters.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/Irish Times

TV3 will be focused on original programming in the coming years because broadcasters can no longer survive on(...)

UK distributor DRG said it had sold ‘Keith Barry: Brain Hacker’ to New Zealand, Poland, Sweden, China and France.

TV3 is in advanced discussions with Zodiak Rights, the international TV rights business of Zodiak Media with revenues of $800 (...)

ICA Bootcamp: The entertainment series is no longer on RTÉ, but it is being sold overseas as ‘Granny Bootcamp’

“This is where we show off our wares,” says Edel Edwards, head of programme sale for RTÉ Global, of the MIPTV marketplace, which is held every Apri(...)

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