Paul Williams

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You’ll wreck your knees - will you? You can see the logic. For every stride a runner takes, pounding the pavement, it is the poor old knees soaking(...)

Newstalk’s breakfast team from September: Shane Coleman, Colette Fitzpatrick, Paul Williams and Alan Quinlan. Photograph: Maxwell’s

Conventional wisdom posits that listeners are creatures of habit with quasi-emotional attachments to the voices they hear on air and that to risk ann(...)

Colette Fitzpatrick will present Newstalk Breakfast alongside Shane Coleman, Paul Williams and Alan Quinlan.

Crime journalist Paul Williams will join Newstalk as part of a new breakfast show team that also includes Shane Coleman, Colette Fitzpatrick and form(...)

Shane Daly scores Ireland’s second try during the World Rugby Under-20 Championship Final against England at the  AJ Bell Stadium in Salford, Manchester. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

England Under-20 45 Ireland Under-20 21 To England the spoils and no one would quibble with the merit of their success. The rugby they produced to wi(...)

Ireland fullback  Jacob Stockdale touches down for a try  in the World Rugby Under-20 Championship at  Manchester City Academy Stadium. Photograph: Dave Howarth/Inpho/Camerasport/

Ireland 26 Wales 25 Well, this was some way to start the summer rugby programme as Ireland came from 17-0 down after just 20 minutes to somehow carve(...)

Suspects: the Kinahan gang members believed to have shot Gareth Hutch, in CCTV footage

Although the latest gangland killing in Dublin’s north inner city has raised questions about the number of gardaí in the area, there are unlikely to b(...)

Micheál Martin has declared that he felt the proposed Dáil summer break was too long.  Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Good morning. Looking forward to your summer holidays? Going anywhere nice? For TDs, the usual pitter-patter of the smallest talk about summer plans(...)

There has been no bold movement aimed at tackling the problems taking hold in Dublin’s north inner city and elsewhere. Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

Two justice matters are likely to dominate the political agenda today, but while one centres on detailed discussions of legal privilege and instructio(...)

I’m sitting at a counter in a small cafe, just off Limerick City’s grand Georgian main thoroughfare. The sun streams in through the cafe’s window, shi(...)

Childhood home: John Connors at the camp where he grew up, in north Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan

John Connors has felt a rage within him since he was a child, he says. It’s hard to believe when you first meet him. He is gently spoken and greets th(...)

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