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John Kiely: ‘Of course we’d like to have a win, but we’re in a competitive group. I know we’re making great strides and we’re very happy with the progress we’re making.’ Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Rarely if ever will the words league and championship roll off the tongue of most hurling managers in such quick succession as these next two weekends(...)

Jean Andrews, Superpedestrian director of policy for Ireland. The company says it will employ between 60 to 100 people and invest €15 million in its first year of operation in the Republic. Photograph: Paddy McGrath

Electric scooter sharing scheme provider Superpedestrian is weighing up plans to establish a European R&D centre of excellence in the Republic. T(...)

The development of the Cork commuter line, which is to receive funding of €184 million, is one of many projects set to be backed by the EU through its support for Ireland’s national recovery and resilience plan. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

A total of €524 million out of an initial €915 million in funding from the European Union for Ireland’s national pandemic recovery and resilience plan(...)

 Chiedozie Ogbene: “I grew up in Cork, I see myself as Irish,” said Chiedozie Ogbene, the Rotherham United winger, one of four Irish players of Nigerian descent called up for this international window. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

On the public front, Stephen Kenny is still dousing flames from the 1-0 home defeat to Luxembourg last March. The Dubliner knows he will be doing so f(...)

Willie O’Dea had a 0.91 per cent stake in the business, according to its website. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Fianna Fáil TD Willie O’Dea and former minister Batt O’Keeffe have left the board of a UK property developer linked to the bulk sale of social housing(...)

Derry’s impressive full forward Shane McGuigan celebrates after scoring a late point. Photograph: John McVitty/Inpho

Provincial title holders Cavan and Tipperary are in danger of dropping to Division 4 of the Allianz NFL for 2022 after a disastrous afternoon for the (...)

Sixth year student at Laurel Hill  Secondary School in Limerick, Fiona Kinnevane, is presented with an award by school principal Michael Cregan as part of a  virtual graduation ceremony.

With the pandemic forcing the cancellation of many secondary school graduation ceremonies, sixth year students this week felt the loss of a significan(...)

In 2008, when the All Blacks came back, I’ll never forget that as long as I live. I think it’s up there with the Heineken Cup wins in 2006 and 2008 in Cardiff. Photograph: Tim Hales/Inpho

I’m sure a lot of people know of that slogan that has become a goldmine for someone in the t-shirt printing industry: “Irish by birth, Munster by grac(...)

The clinical director of cancer services for the UL Hospitals Group has said the cyberattack on the HSE’s computer systems has had a ‘devastating’ impact on his team’s ability to treat and manage patients. File photograph: Getty Images

The clinical director of cancer services for the UL Hospitals Group has said the cyberattack on the HSE’s computer systems has had a “devastating” imp(...)

Dora Gola on the beach at Lahinch, Co Clare. ‘I have Polish roots and an Irish heart,’ she says. Photograph: Eamon Ward

Dora Gola grew up surrounded by music. While her parents were not musicians, her father always played records or cassettes from his vast collection in(...)

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