Charlie Adley

Irish Government must invest in Irish genius!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley All these years I’ve written ‘you’, and now I don’t know what to do. It was all so safe and comfy, seeing ‘you’ through my English eyes, sometimes in awe,...
Action...Minister Katherine Zappone.

Adoptions scandal another throwback to darker days

World of Politics with Harry McGee – harrymcgee@gmail.com The scandal that has come to light on ‘illegal adoptions’ is a bit of a misnomer. Technically, none of the 126 cases uncovered in the trawl of...

A future where the AI man can deliver a bedtime story

A Different View with Dave O’Connell Those who made their mark in any form of the arts used to console themselves with the notion that – while they might not make tons of money from...
Galway referee Alan Kelly consulting with his umpires before awarding Tipperary a controversial goal in Sunday's Munster hurling championship clash with Waterford at the Gaelic Grounds.

Galway officials unwittingly throw lucky Tipp a championship lifeline

Inside Track with John McIntyre When some bookmakers – not the most charitable of creatures – are paying out on a Waterford ‘win’ in last Sunday’s Munster hurling championship encounter, you know something extraordinary must...
Sligo footballer David Kelly who believes his native county face a massive challenge against Galway at Pearse Stadium on Sunday.

Kelly praying for Galway ‘off-day’ to boost Sligo’s hopes of shock

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon Sligo sharpshooter David Kelly, who persecuted Galway in his county’s Connacht championship victories over the Tribesmen in 2010 and 2012, believes Kevin Walsh’s charge are a totally proposition these days...
Charlie Adley

I drank Guinness, walked in the rain – and then I was Irish!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley Truly the Kingdom of Kerry is a magical place. I went to Killarney, drank a pint of Guinness, walked in the rain and the next day I was Irish. As...

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