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Dolores O’Riordan: “When he gave me my first proper kiss, I did indeed ‘have to let it linger’.”  Photograph: Ferran Paredes
The Cranberries: how we made Linger
  • Music
  • January 15, 2018, 18:15

Dolores O’Riordan Singer-songwriter “Bands in Limerick just did cover versions, so when I met this group called The Cranberry Saw Us, I was immediatel(...)

ASTI president Ed Byrne at the ASTI conference in  Killarney. Photograph: Don MacMonagle

The Association of Secondary Teachers of Ireland (ASTI) has voted to suspend normal business and meet in private to discuss its industrial relation st(...)

Delegates  at the ASTI conference: union president Ed Byrne said it  had railed against injustice in an age of conformity and orthodoxy. Photograph:  Don MacMonagle

Delegates from the Association of Secondary Teachers in Ireland (ASTI) have voted to maintain the union’s campaign for equal pay for teachers despite (...)

ASTI Fermoy branch member Richard Terry, who complained of members being ‘left out in the cold’, is instructed to leave the podium after exceeding his speaking time.  Photograph: Don MacMonagle

Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland (ASTI) delegates have voted to maintain the union’s campaign for equal pay despite criticism from some memb(...)

Cranberries lead singer Dolores O’Riordan, guitarist Noel Hogan, bassist Mike Hogan, and drummer Fergal Lawler

If there is a successful Irish rock band as beleaguered as The Cranberries, then we have yet to make their acquaintance. The Limerick band arrived jus(...)

A record attempt for the largest number of Hot Air Balloons to take off simultaneously in a single line will take place at Waterford Airport on Monday, September 22 at 7am as part of the Irish Hot Air Ballooning Championships. Photograph: Patrick Browne/In-Line

All-Ireland football finalsKerry and Donegal will contest both the 2014 minor and senior All Ireland football finals at Croke Park on Sunday. Kerry ar(...)

The 20th anniversary tour of Riverdance will form the centrepiece of the City of Culture 2014 programme. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/the Irish Times

THE programme for Limerick’s reign as national City of Culture 2014 will be unveiled today by Minister for Arts Jimmy Deenihan. The 20th anniversary w(...)

Limerick’s rock history doesn’t start and end with The Cranberries as far as Senakah are concerned, although the quartet did bring in fo(...)

The Cranberries in their heyday. Their  sixth album, Roses, was released last year, and if its sales are anything to go by the band will continue to profit

Song sales may have gone online, and traditional music stores may have gone out of business in the 23 years since the Cranberries formed, but t(...)

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