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A crime gang set up a sophisticated heroin drug distribution network using a team of street dealers rotated around the country when they become known (...)

Caoimhín O’Leary is a sixth year student from Ard Scoil Na Mara in Tramore, Co  Waterford who has won SciFest 2020. Photograph: Patrick Browne

A sixth year student who developed an innovative video analysis measurement system for patients recovering after joint injury or joint surgery has won(...)

  Trainer Gordon Elliott has 18 entries in the “Winter Festival” at Fairyhouse. Photograph:  Mike Egerton/PA Wire

Having hit a century of winners in Ireland this season over the weekend, Gordon Elliott’s sights will turn to the first bumper Grade One programme of (...)

 Conor Whelan in action against Kilkenny in the Leinster final. Galway, despite ample possession,  have lacked a goal threat thus far. That could be costly against Tipperary. Photograph: Ken Sutton/Inpho

I don’t want to start talking about such a vital weekend by saying that I’ve no idea who’s going to win the first match but Tipperary and Galway has b(...)

Has the pandemic led to the death of hookup culture, and how will singletons find romance in the future? The dating scene was completely decimat(...)

One of Liam Sheedy’s singular abilities as manager has been to demand that his teams produce the hunger to succeed. Photograph: Tom O’Hanlon/Inpho

There are patterns in sport. Saturday lunchtime brings Liam Sheedy and Tipperary back to the Gaelic Grounds, the venue that acted as their crossroads (...)

I think of this rivalry like the vicious killer clown in the horror movie IT. The clown is called Pennywise and he awakens from the underground world every 27 years to feed his need. The Tipperary-Galway rivalry was asleep since the late 80s. It’s now back in all its glory and hopefully it stays around for a while longer. There are too many good players for it to vanish underground. Photograph: Warner Bros/New Line Cinema

As I left Thurles on Sunday evening in the crisp darkness it felt like the weekend was summed up by a phrase that was in use elsewhere in the sporting(...)

Dundalk’s Sean Murray in action against Arsenal’s Reiss Nelson during the recent Europa League clash at the  Emirates Stadium, London. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Having won the league by a distance, Shamrock Rovers will turn their attention to the pursuit of what would the club’s first double in 33 years when (...)

Tusla. Photograph: Alan Betson

More than 80 per cent of child protection referrals made to Tusla in 2018 and last year were deemed “not necessary for urgent action”, despite some 40(...)

Limerick during a water break against Clare. Clare were 0-9 to 0-7 ahead at the first water break against Limerick. The Treaty County went on to win the game by 10 points. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Waterford and Limerick were level heading into the first and second half water breaks in Sunday’s Munster hurling final. The Déise had outscored Lime(...)

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