Waiting game still going on for Labour despite Spring Tides and Gilmore Gales

Political World with Harry McGee Eamon de Valera's famous remark from the 1930s that 'Labour Must Wait' has remained part of the political vernacular to the present day – and the three words have...

Connacht would have better opportunity in the Amlin Cup

Inside Track with John McIntyre ON the surface, virtually everything is falling into place for Connacht rugby next season. With new Head Coach Pat Lam already in situ at the Sportsgrounds, former New Zealand...

St. Raphael’s boys make a little piece of hurling history

Talking Sport with Stephen Glennon ST. Raphael’s, Loughrea are no strangers to creating history, given that they are the only Galway and Connacht college to win the Croke Cup in the history of the...

Snap-happy Neil focuses on the bright side of life

City Lives - Bernie Ni Fhlatharta meets award-winning photographer Neil Warner Award-winning photographer Neil Warner always knew he what he wanted to do and he cut short his post-primary education to get started on...

Please come and prove me wrong once again, Jose!

Double Vision with Charlie Adley You might think that after winning eleven trophies in the ten years since Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea FC, I’d be a happy fan. There are football teams all over...

The Leaving Cert – a nightmare that just keeps on giving

Even those who sleep the sleep of the innocent always have one recurring nightmare – it invariably involves a question you’d never anticipated coming up in the Leaving Cert. And if...


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