Paul Daly

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Cycle trails attract tourists seeking active holidays. Photograph: Michael McLaughlin

As he officially opened the 40km Mullingar to Athlone Cycleway in Co Westmeath on Sunday, Taoiseach Enda Kenny said he wants a national strategy for w(...)

Philomena Lynott poses with the Phil Lynott statue in 2013. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

A landmark statue of Dublin rock star Phil Lynott will is due to be removed for repairs on Wednesday after being damaged by a motorist. The 2.4-metre (...)

Chris Martin (chief executive, Musgrave Group) presenting Sean Mulligan (hon secretary, Concra Wood Golf Club) with the All-Ireland Musgrave Crumlin Hospital Club Challenge trophy after their victory at the O’Connor Jnr course at Oceanico golf resort. Photo: Ronan Quinlan

There must be something in the Monaghan air, certainly when it is transported to the Algarve. For the second year running, Concra Wood Golf Club emer(...)

Irish clerical child abuse survivor Mark Vincent Healy (54) told Pope Francis (above) of his concerns about rates of self-harm and suicide among survivors during a meeting in the Vatican today.  Photograph: Nicola Lanese/EPA.

The second Irish clerical child abuse survivor to meet Pope Francis this morning was Dubliner Mark Vincent Healy (54). The meeting lasted for approxim(...)

Prominent anti-wind farm advocate Andrew Duncan, who is contesting the Mullingar-Kilbeggan seat for Fine Gael, is behind the pack.

With two of the three areas tallied in Westmeath, Sinn Féin are the unsurprising recipients of the protest vote, and look like taking a council seat i(...)

Paul Daly: “I don’t think there is a more thriving, safer place in Europe at the moment with such a good standard of living as Munich.”
Wild Geese

Music has been a subtle signpost at various junctures in Paul Daly’s career. As the man behind some of the most successful Irish pubs in Germany, it w(...)

The boy is back in town: Philomena Lynott   with the restored statue of her son Phil on Dublin’s Harry Street. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

RONAN McGREEVY Spread the word around. Guess who’s back in town? Dublin’s landmark statue of Thin Lizzy figurehead Phil Lynott, which has been repai(...)

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