Mark Kavanagh

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Gearóid Hegarty shoots under pressure from Lee Cleere of Laois during the Allianz Hurling League Division 1 quarter-Final at O’Moore Park. Photograph: Ken Sutton/Inpho

Laois 0-11 Limerick 2-22 All-Ireland champions Limerick have a, Allianz Hurling League semi-final to look forward to for the fourth year running fol(...)

Mattie Kenny’s Dublin saw off Laois at Parnell Park. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Dublin 0-13 Laois 0-11 It’s still relatively early days under new Dublin manager Mattie Kenny but a positive pattern of coming good in testing circum(...)

Carlow 0-17 Laois 0-17 Carlow centre back David English held his nerve to snatch a draw with the final puck of the game against Leinster neighbours L(...)

Laois’ Willie Dunphy scores the second goal of the game in the Allianz Hurling League Division 1B match against Offaly at  O’Moore Park in  Portlaoise. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Laois 3-17 Offaly 2-16 Laois heaped further misery on Offaly at O’Moore Park on Saturday night as a first-half blitz set them up for a crucial win in(...)

Stephen Bennett scored 12 points as Waterford dismantled Laois. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Waterford 4-22 Laois 1-15 Stephen Bennett helped himself to 0-12 and Patrick Curran and Thomas Ryan got two goals apiece as Waterford eased to a big (...)

Galway’s Ronan Burke challenges Laois’s Neil Foyle. Photograph: Tommy Grealy/Inpho

Galway 1-27 Laois 2-15 Galway encountered little difficulty in getting their Division 1B campaign off to a winning start at Pearse Stadium as Joe Can(...)

Laois’ Eric Killeen vies for possession with  Fintan McGibb of Dublin during the Walsh Cup round three game  at O’Moore Park in Portlaoise. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Laois 1-16 Dublin 1-18 Dublin will play Galway in the Walsh Cup semi-finals following a hard-earned win over Laois in O’Moore Park. John Hetherton (...)

Carlow 2-23 Laois 1-18 Martin Kavanagh helped himself to 1-10 as Carlow signed off on a successful 2018 with an eight-point win over Laois at O’Moore(...)

Strictly Handbag hadn’t been Martin Thomas’s first rodeo – before Strictly Handbag, he had started a club night in Powers Hotel.

In 1994, Ireland found itself in rare auld times indeed. The country wasn’t just at the foothill of the Celtic Tiger, but wider curiosity in our cultu(...)

The vibrancy of Dublin nightlife and its high-concept restaurants and bars is forcing up costs for punters and developers.

THE RESTAURANT BUSINESS: A MENU OF COSTS They call it “meanwhile use” in property developer shorthand. It’s the market or cafe that slots itself temp(...)

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