Tired and broken Connacht suffer humiliating mauling

We had hoped that the days of humiliating hammerings were behind Connacht. After all, it’s barely six weeks ago since they were the talk of European club rugby thanks to that seismic away triumph...

Now every dog can truly have its day

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Dogs used to be the only ones guaranteed to have their day, but no longer – because there’s an American website that chronicles that fact that there really...

Breaking: pot calls the kettle black

Bradley Bytes – A sort of political column by Dara Bradley A Fianna Fáil lackey was in touch with Bradley Bytes to moan about Fine Gael ministers appointing party ‘apparatchiks’ to State and other...

Happy accident led Lisa to exotic art of bellydance

City Lives -  Denise McNamara meets Lisa Collins, a leading exponent of a 4,000 year-old female ritual For most women the idea of letting our bellies all hang out is repulsive; sadly few of...

The perfect match: roast beef and a Chelsea victory!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Now let’s see, the beef weighs 2.5 kg and the Chelsea game kicks off at 3pm. That’ll do nicely. So 1.5 kg in pounds is 2.2...

Galway’s fairways queen aiming for more success

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon When 2013 Galway Sports Stars of the Year winner, Portumna golfer Suzanne Corcoran receives her award at the black tie function in the Ardilaun Hotel on Saturday night, it...


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