Teresa Mannion

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Tyrone’s Rory Brennan with Dublin’s Kevin McManamon in their Allianz Football League Division 1 game at Healy Park, Omagh on Saturday. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Be careful what you vote for. The game of hurling may be of intangible cultural heritage and entirely without cynicism, but, after a tempest of a week(...)

Tyrone’s Niall Morgan kicks a free in his team’s win over Dublin. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Tyrone 1-10 Dublin 1-7 Holy Jorge! They’ve had stormy games at Healy Park over the years, only nothing like this, a game as much about playing the re(...)

Storm Ophelia: Gardaí clearing the road near Enniskerry from a fallen tree. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Storm Ophelia October 2017 Storm Ophelia made landfall over Ireland as an “extra-tropical storm” on the morning of October 16th, 2017, and brought w(...)

In common with other hard liquors, gin doesn’t freeze in mere Beast-from-the-East temperatures 

One of the many events that succumbed to the weather this week was the launch in Dublin of a “James Joyce Gin”. It was supposed to happen in The Baile(...)

What harm would it be to spend a day at home with the fire on and the curtains drawn, snuggled up with family, cats or dogs?   Photograph: Alan Betson

Is it going to be one massive damp squib or could it be lockdown by Wednesday teatime, the rest of the week cancelled and nothing but tinned food to s(...)

Domhnall Gleeson As has been noted by many on Twitter, he feels like a lad we know from school. But he’s actually a lad from Star Wars. “Domhnall” pr(...)

Storm Ophelia passing Porthcawl in Wales. Photograph: Rebecca Naden/Reuters

1. The wind that shakes the barley. 2. The wind that shakes everything else, but leaves Teresa Mannion heroically upright. 3. Wind that’s misspelt(...)

“Don’t make unnecessary journeys.” – Teresa Mannion, RTÉ

“I recognise no partition. I recognise it as no crime to be in my own country. I would be ashamed of my own name and my murdered husband’s name if I d(...)

Teresa Mannion: first to fall victim of the dreaded dance off. Photograph: RTE

This week on RTÉ’s Dancing with the Stars, the Dreaded Dance Off – aka The DDO – makes its first appearance and RTÉ news correspondent Teresa Mannion (...)

Des Bishop: passionate paso doble and a score of 24 not enough to keep him in the competition.  Photograph: RTE

Love is all around us this week on Dancing with the Stars’ Valentine’s Special, but that love – as cruel and fickle as it so often is – did not extend(...)

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