Tom Kenny

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Tom Kenny, who has joined Dublin-based financial services software company Corlytics as its chief financial officer.

Corlytics, the Dublin-based financial services software company, has appointed former managing director of Canada Life International Assurance, Tom Ke(...)

Undated painting of boxing pioneer Tom Molineaux.

Imagine the strangeness: an African-American moving through the Irish countryside in the late 1810s, the Famine more than 30 years in the country’s fu(...)

Cork manager Kieran Kingston celebrates with his son Shane Kingston after Cork’s win over Tipperary in the Munster GAA Senior Hurling Championship quarter-final at Semple Stadium on Sunday.  Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

The eruption of young Cork talent in Thurles on Sunday was in keeping with one theme in the county’s recent hurling history: the production line has b(...)

Donal Musgrave using his voice-recognition software. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Having written thousands of news stories and feature articles in 54 years of journalism, typing rapidly with just two fingers, imagine the shock of su(...)

Roald Dahl in Kenny’s Bookshop in Galway in 1987 with Monica Rigney and her children Mark, Claire and Laura
The day Roald Dahl came to Galway
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‘No child is to be disappointed” was the first rule laid down by Roald Dahl in our bookshop. Our mother had been encouraging us for a long time to inv(...)

Times past: The original Oireachtas 1913 group photograph outside the Town Hall in Galway

Éamonn Ceannt, Douglas Hyde, Pádraig Pearse and Constance Markievicz were in anything but insurrectional mood when they gathered in Galway for a very (...)

Along with a framed certificate from the Kilkenny city council, the All-Ireland medals fetched €40,000.

Last week the GAA passed a little-discussed landmark when Fonsie Meally Auctioneers in Kilkenny knocked down an All-Ireland hurling collection for wha(...)

Poet Martin Dyar and Cúirt festival director Dani Gill unveil a plaque at the east bank of the Salmon Weir Bridge in Galway city which recalls time spent there by WB Yeats, George Moore and Edward Martyn. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Galway city’s association withWB Yeats and George Moore and an infamous late-night crubeen cafe known as ‘The Kasbah’ have been commemorated with two (...)

Fans of TG4’s long-running SpongeBob Squarepants series will not have to switch to English following an announcement that the much anticipated film ba(...)

Last year’s Allianz Football League semi-final, when Cork suffered a 17-point turnaround against Dublin. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

Cork football could be forgiven a sigh. A new year starts with the steep road ahead and, as is so often the case, neighbours and age-old rival Kerry s(...)

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