Robert Moore

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Memories Are Made of This, the dementia awareness show garden at Bloom in the Park

The smell, colour and texture of certain flowers and trees brings back memories for most of us, but they can be particularly evocative for people with(...)

Janssen, Aware and See Change will present a garden at Bloom in the Park that has been created in collaboration with people living with or affected by mental illness. It is called Grounded.

1) Dr Paul O’Dwyer, group clinical adviser at Dental Care Ireland, will discuss diabetes and oral health at a public meeting hosted by Diabetes I(...)

Liat and Oliver Schurmann, who are bringing an underwater marine garden, called Aquamarina, to Bloom. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Sustainability and climate change are the twin issues radically reshaping the future of gardening, inspiring a new generation to throw away the rule b(...)

Judge Elma Sheahan, sitting at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court,  suspended the final 12 months of a four-and-a-half year prison term imposed on the defendant on condition he follow directions of the Probation Service in relation to substance abuse.

Two men came to the aid of a woman who was pulled out of her car by a drug addict during a car-jacking in Dublin, a court has heard. Dublin Circuit C(...)

Éire Óg goalkeeper Robert Moore was sent off after this incident involving   Mullinalaghta’s  Aidan McElligott in the AIB Leinster Club SFC semi-final at Pearse Park in Longford. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

St Columba’s, Mullinalaghta (Longford) 2-15 Éire Óg (Carlow) 0-3 The fairytale continues for St Columba’s, Mullinalaghta after they became the first (...)

Éire Óg 2-9 Newtown Blues 0-8 A couple of quickfire first-half goals from Murtough Ware and Brendan Kavanagh proved decisive as Éire Óg halted Carlow(...)

21 Cambridge Terrace, York Road, Dún Laoghaire, Co Dublin

Set over four floors with a substantial 400sq m (4,306sq ft) of floor space, 21 Cambridge Terrace has been meticulously restored by its current owner,(...)

Robert Moore  at his farm at Balloughry on the northern side of the Derry/Donegal border. Photograph:  Trevor McBride

“I survived 25 years of the Troubles living here, I think I’ll survive a border with the European Union.” These days, when asked if he’s worried abo(...)

“The British and Irish governments, the politicians, and the people have said they don’t want a hard Border. So if nobody wants a hard Border, who’s going to impose it?” Photograph: Frank Miller

George Fleming’s family firm, which makes farmyard machinery, was founded in Donegal in Victorian times, but today it operates from a factory just out(...)

 Sunshine Coast Falcons prop James Ackerman: he underwent lengthy treatment on the pitch before being taken to hospital in Brisbane. The match was subsequently abandoned. Photograph: Getty Images

A rugby league player has died in hospital as a result of injuries he sustained during a Queensland Cup match at the weekend. Sunshine Coast Falcons (...)