Davy Fitzgerald will remain in charge of the Clare senior hurling team for 2016. Colm Collins will remain in charge of the Clare senior footballers. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Davy Fitzgerald is to remain on as Clare senior hurling manager for 2016, while Colm Collins will also continue with the county’s senior footballers. (...)

Clare Selector Ger Keane with manager Colm Collins. Photo: James Crombie/Inpho

Clare football manager Colm Collins will have to watch his sides’s Munster championship opener from the stands after being slapped with a 12-week ban (...)

The 2015 GAA Annual Congress which  took place at the  Slieve Russell Hotel, Co Cavan.  Photo: Andrew Paton/Inpho

Friday night at GAA Congress: the lost hours. The agenda isn’t intended to start that many fires but equally, delegates have become accustomed to not (...)

A life sentence has been handed down to a man for murdering his wife in their home in Dundalk three years ago.Michael McDonagh (36) of College Manor, (...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has appealed to people in parishes to donate food to meet a demand which is even greater now than wa(...)

Almost one in five teachers say they have seen an increase in the number of children arriving at school hungry over the past year

Almost one in five teachers say they have seen an increase in the number of children arriving at school hungry over the past year, according to resear(...)

Clare’s manager Davy Fitzgerlad reacts during his side’s Munster Senior Hurling Championship semi-final defeat to Cork at Semple Stadium on June 15th. Photograph: Inpho.

It is turning into a stressful summer for hurling referees. Tipperary’s Johnny Ryan had charge of what may well have been the last Anthony Nash pen(...)

Crosscare staff member Denis Middleton serving customers Teresa Adams, Anne Grimes and Dazy Maher at the Crosscare Cafe on Portland Row. Photograph: Alan Betson

“I feel welcome here,” says Gillian as we sit on couches at Crosscare’s Community Cafe on Portland Row in Dublin’s north inner city. She’s on m(...)

Those who had been granted bail last year were refused bail in relation to the new charges related to the incident in Tipperary.

New charges including false imprisonment and possession of firearms have been filed against seven men accused of “terrorising” a family during (...)

Archbishop Diarmuid Martin: appealed to the public last November to donate food. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

Crosscare, the social support agency of Dublin’s Catholic archdiocese, has confirmed it is charging charities 50 cent per kilo for food given to it by(...)

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