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Rob Kearney, Brad Thorn and Isa Nacewa celebrate after beating Ulster in the 2012 Heineken Cup Final at Twickenham. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

One of the standout features of this dismembered rugby season was when Damian de Allende and RG Snyman appeared in Munster colours. De Allende, a 28(...)

 Carlsberg says lockdowns are likely to keep sales subdued in the second half of the year. Photograph: Bloomberg

Danish brewer Carlsberg on Thursday raised its full-year earnings expectations after positive momentum last month, buoyed by solid sales in eastern Eu(...)

Sunil Sharpe, DJ and spokesman for the Give Us The Night campaign.

The Irish nightlife industry has accused the Government of “short-sighted ignorance” in failing to allow it resume some form of activity under the new(...)

Leinster’s Rob Kearney and Fergus McFadden lift the Guinness Pro14 trophy as Leinster are crowned champions  at the Aviva Stadium following their final victory over Ulster. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

In many ways this will seem like both the best and the worst of Leinster’s last three titles in succession. They’ve come back from the five-month hia(...)

John Delaney: in their book, Champagne Football,  Sunday Times journalists Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan  suggest that the former FAI CEO’s  credit card was used at times to pay for jewellery, limousines and hotels. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The FAI may have subsidised John Delaney’s lavish lifestyle and efforts to fend off press interest in his activities to the tune of three quarters of (...)

John Cooney in action for Ulster against Freddie Burns of Bath during the Champions Cup game at the  Kingspan Stadium in  Belfast in January. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

It’s always worth stressing that there are far, far bigger issues in the country and the planet this year than the form of a rugby player. But of all (...)

Europe’s largest beer seller said it had seen beer sales fall by up to 40 per cent or 50 per cent in bars and restaurants.

Heineken saw a gradual recovery in its business after global Covid-19 lockdowns in April, but uncertainty over the future impact of the pandemic left (...)

Principality Stadium in Cardiff. There are few if any better places in the world to enjoy a big rugby match. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Descending from the valleys like red-clad wildebeest, they squeeze into Cardiff’s watering holes, cheek by jowl with friend and foe in heady anticipat(...)

Denis Dineen and son Dylan in Dineen’s in  Macroom: “I am down a fortune since the closure. I was expecting to be closed for four weeks.” Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Tom Sweeney, whose family has run Mary Anne’s Bar in Masseytown, Macroom, since shortly after the Famine, considered permanently closing his doors aft(...)

Bulmers maker C&C has been on the hunt for a new chief executive since Stephen Glancey stepped down earlier this year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Cider and beer maker C&C Group has poached Heineken UK’s managing director, David Forde, to become its next chief executive. The signing ends a s(...)

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