Murchan All-Ireland call earns Gavin EirGrid Manager Moment of the Year
Jim Gavin has added the inaugural EirGrid Manager Moment of the Year award to his list of achievements in 2019.
Jim Gavin has added the inaugural EirGrid Manager Moment of the Year award to his list of achievements in 2019.
Mesut Ozil has spoken for the first time about being at the centre of an attempted car-jacking alongside his wife Amine and Arsenal team-mate Sead Kolasinac.
From the moment David Cameron promised a referendum, through tense negotiations, many resignations, and a controversial prorogation,...
Veteran Republican Ivor Bell has been acquitted of any involvement in the IRA's abduction, murder and disappearance of mother-of-10 Jean McConville.
A MAN has been found guilty of the manslaughter of three-year-old Kayden McGuinness.
Ireland's Euro 2020 qualifier against Switzerland will go ahead after officials inspected the pitch in Geneva and deemed it playable.
Stephen Kenny's impressive Under-21 side continue their European Championship 2021 qualification campaign in Iceland but will be without Troy Parrott and Aaron Connolly for the game. Follow the action right here (kick-off 4pm).
Borislav Mihaylov stepped down as president of the Bulgarian Football Union after the prime minister urged him to quit his post following racist abuse and monkey chants from Bulgaria fans towards black England players during their Euro 2020 qualifier.
UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has urged the "football family" to "wage war on the racists" following the abuse suffered by England's players in Bulgaria.
Cian Tracey, Ruaidhri O'Connor, and Jonathan Bradley are on hand to discuss the fall out of Bundee Aki's three-game ban and what it means for Ireland's World Cup hopes.
Eliud Kipchoge has become the first marathon runner to break the two-hour barrier, recording a time of 1 hour 59 minutes 40 seconds in Vienna.
Journalism student Muireann Duffy has scooped the top bursary award of the Press Council for a series of articles on how cancer patients are treated.
A YOUNG Antrim woman is undergoing treatment in a Manchester hospital after being stabbed in a terrorist attack at Manchester’s Arndale...
GARDAI are appealing for information about a man who has been missing for two days.
Sean Cronin's World Cup campaign has come to an end after the Ireland hooker suffered a neck injury in training.
Brooks Koepka dismissed the notion that he has a rivalry with Rory McIlroy, pointing to the fact that the Northern Irishman hasn't won a major championship since the American arrived on the PGA Tour.
With Ireland and New Zealand taking a day off in Tokyo before team announcements tomorrow, Jonathan Bradley, Cian Tracey and Ruaidhri O'Connor take a look at the three other last eight clashes.
Luke Fitzgerald is hoping that Nigel Owens is strict at the breakdown after the Welsh official was appointed as referee for Ireland's World Cup quarter-final clash with the All Blacks.
We're down to the business end of the Rugby World Cup and it's not South Africa, but New Zealand, that Ireland are facing, so what chance does Joe Schmidt's Ireland have of actually progressing past the quarter-finals?
Michael 'Brick' Walsh has brought the curtain down on his 17-year inter-county career, according to a report in today's Irish Examiner.
British singer David Gray has announced a third - and final - concert in Dublin next year.
GARDAI have launched an appeal for information about a teenage girl who has been missing for almost a week.
Gardai have confirmed that the body of a man who had been reported missing has been found.
Defence Secretary Mark Esper says President Donald Trump has ordered all US troops in northern Syria to move south, but not leave the country.
Former South African president Jacob Zuma will face trial on corruption charges after a court dismissed his application to halt the case for good.
Alexei Leonov, the first human to walk in space 54 years ago, has died in Moscow aged 85.
A war of words has broken out between World Rugby and the Scottish Rugby Union after Murrayfield chief executive Mark Dodson urged the global governing body to see sense and push their win-or-bust showdown with Japan out of Super Typhoon Hagibis' path of destruction.
AT LEAST five people are injured after a stabbing incident at Manchester's Arndale Shopping Centre with the UK's Counter Terrorism Police North West leading the investigation.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that a Turkish military operation into Syria has started.
Day 20 of the Rugby World Cup has come to a close in Japan - here's everything you need to know about what happened today.
A second shooting incident has been reported in an eastern German town situated just outside the city of Halle, where two people were earlier killed by a gunman outside a synagogue, according to Focus Magazine.
Melania Trump has announced construction of a tennis pavilion on the south grounds of the White House that she says will provide a "functional recreational area for all first families to enjoy".
Ireland have taken their hits so far in this World Cup but the question remains whether they can pick themselves up for the rest of the tournament.
Day 19 of the Rugby World Cup has come to a close in Japan - here's everything you need to know about what happened today.
GARDAI are appealing for information about a teenage boy who has been missing since Saturday.
Andy Murray lost a fiery encounter with Fabio Fognini in the second round of the Shanghai Masters after twice failing to serve it out.
The FBI says the man who claims to have killed more than 90 women across the country is the most prolific serial killer in US history.
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IRISH gymnast Rhys McClenaghan has sealed his place at the 2020 Olympic Games by qualifying for the final of the pommel horse at the Artistic Gymnastics World Championships in Stuttgart, Germany.
A MAN who had been reported missing has been found safe and well, gardai have confirmed.
THE PSNI GAA team is expected to fold as a result of a steady decline in new players since the end of 50/50 recruitment.
Russian President Vladimir Putin spent the weekend in southern Siberia's mountains ahead of his birthday.
BELFAST Loughshore Hotel's Group Operations Director has defended staff for not intervening after a couple entered their wedding reception to chants of "f*** the Pope and the IRA".
Gary Neville has hit out at the Man United hierarchy after the Red Devils slumped to defeat at Newcastle.
A MOTORCYCLIST has died following a road collision involving a motorcycle and a car in Co Wicklow this afternoon.
Clare will have a new senior hurling manager in 2020 after Donal Moloney withdrew his name from consideration for the position.
Rugby player Ben Foden said cheating on his ex-wife Una Healy was his "biggest mistake".
A herd of wild elephants was swept away by raging water in Thailand's national park, drowning six, while rangers helped steer two animals out of a deep ravine.
France secured their place in the World Cup quarter-finals with a 23-21 victory over Tonga at the Kumamoto Stadium.
New Zealand's power and class eventually shone through as they wore down brave Namibia 71-9 in Tokyo.
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Munster started their two-week stay in South Africa with an excellent 31-20 bonus-point win away to Southern Kings in the Guinness PRO14.
Shamrock Rovers have revealed that a meeting was held with team's Members Club to consider a change in the side's ownership structure that would see Dermot Desmond become a 25% shareholder.
Four men who are believed to have been homeless have been brutally attacked and killed in New York City.
Kotaro Matsushima crossed with the final action of the match to earn Japan a bonus point as they climbed to the top of Pool A with a battling 38-19 win against Samoa on Saturday.
Ireland U-21 star Aaron Connolly scored his first two Premier League goals as Brighton heaped more misery upon Mauricio Pochettino and Spurs.
Australia bounced back from their defeat to Wales with a 45-10 victory over Uruguay in Oita, but the Wallabies' tackling was again in the spotlight.
James Middleton is engaged.
A man in his 20s is dead after the car he was driving appeared to hit a wall in Kilkenny in the early hours of this morning.
Micheal O'Connor scored twice as Waterford deservedly won for the second time in Inchicore this season to dent St Pat's hopes of qualifying for Europe.
Gardaí are investigating an incident after a lone attacker stabbed a man who was sitting in a parked car with a child.
Marty Morrissey may have broken a 'social media at weddings' rule - but he shared the first photograph of Wexford hurling manager and Ireland's Fittest Family star Davy Fitzgerald's big day on Twitter.
Britain's Prince Harry has filed claims at the High Court in England against the owners of the Sun over allegations of phone hacking, a royal spokesperson has confirmed.
Pope Francis has accepted the resignation of a New Zealand bishop over what church officials said was "completely unacceptable" sexual behaviour with a young woman.
FOUR men who were arrested on suspicion of rape have been released without charge.
Hong Kong's leader has banned protesters from wearing masks to conceal their identities as the government hardens its stance against long-running pro-democracy demonstrations.
Ireland took another step towards the World Cup quarter-final with a 35-0 bonus point win over Russia.
Northern Ireland's strict abortion law breaches the UK's human rights commitments, the High Court in Belfast has ruled.
American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri has said allegations that Boris Johnson bent rules to help her and her company when she lived in the UK are part of an orchestrated attack.
A baby has been found dead after being left inside a van as temperatures in Arizona reached 30C.
The mother of a German backpacker murdered in Northern Ireland more than three decades ago has died.
A TEENAGE boy who had been reported missing, has been found safe, gardai have confirmed.
MATT Doherty has expressed sympathy with the plight of his Irish team-mate Richard Keogh but admitted his surprise that the Derby County captain got caught up in a 'completely avoidable situation.'
Stephen Kenny has named a strong Ireland U-21 squad for the upcoming European qualifiers against Italy and Iceland.
New Zealand delivered a masterclass as they demolished World Cup opponents Canada 63-0 in their second Pool B game in Oita.
Three late tries spared France's blushes as they secured a bonus-point World Cup win over the United States in Fukuoka City.
Ruaidhri O'Connor and Alan Quinlan were at Ireland's Captain's Run to hear assistant coach Andy Farrell's views on the defeat to Japan and the state of refereeing in the tournament ahead of the clash with Russia.
First Antrim, then Wicklow, who is next? And what impact will it have in terms of respect for regulations?
GARDAI have launched a fresh appeal for information ahead of the 15th anniversary of the disappearance of Martin Doyle.
The feel-good factor has gone again and suddenly Pool A has got interesting
Galway GAA sponsors Supermac's have called on the Galway county board to release details on how the money they have given has been spent.
A white former police officer who said she fatally shot her unarmed black neighbour after mistaking his apartment for her own has been found guilty of murder.
A tender to convert a Galway Hotel into a direct provision centre has been withdrawn following weeks of protests.
Belfast shipyard Harland and Wolff has been bought by Infrastata, a UK-based energy company.
A man in his 30s has been shot in both legs in Derry.
A missing teenage girl has been found safe and well.
Two girls, aged 14 and 16, have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man in his 80s was found dead at his home in Wisbech on Saturday, Cambridgeshire Police have said.
MANCHESTER UNITED’S rivalry with Arsenal ignited shortly after Arsene Wenger was appointed Gunners boss in 1996, with their dominance of the Premier League continuing until 2005.
Former Northern Ireland defender Gareth McAuley has announced his retirement from football.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has said in a TV interview that he takes “full responsibility” for the grisly murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but he denies allegations that he ordered the killing.
Ireland have moved to Kobe as preparations for the Russia game on Thursday ramp up.
Fashion retailer Forever 21 Inc filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Sunday as it joined a growing list of US brick-and-mortar players who have succumbed to the onslaught of e-commerce.
The mortgage-to-rent scheme aims to keep owners with unsustainable housing loan debt in their current homes. Instead of being mortgage holders, they end up as long-term tenants of their local authority.
Car lovers from around the world have splashed out more than £22m (€24.7m) at an auction for dozens of luxury motors seized from the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president amid a money-laundering probe.
Georgia bounced back from their opening World Cup defeat to Wales with a comfortable 33-7 bonus-point Pool D victory over Uruguay.
A parish priest in Co Cavan used him his homily to condemn the attack on Quinn group executive Kevin Lunney as a modern crucifixion carried out by a Mafia-style group.
Thousands of people have gathered for a rally in the centre of Hong Kong to mark the fifth anniversary of the start of the 2014 Umbrella protest movement which called for democratic reforms in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory.
Ireland's World Cup hit a major speed-bump as Japan turned up the noise on an unforgettable night at the Ecopa Stadium.
South Africa claimed their first win of the 2019 World Cup with a 57-3 thrashing of Namibia.
Boris Johnson has been referred to the police complaints body to assess whether he should face a criminal investigation over his links with American businesswoman Jennifer Arcuri.
Craig Gilroy claimed a brace of tries as Ulster opened their Guinness PRO14 season in style with an emphatic 38-14 bonus-point win over the Ospreys at the Kingspan Stadium.
Derry City climbed up to third place in the Premier Division after comfortably dispatching Cork City at the Brandywell.
Gardai have seized a massive haul of drugs with an estimated street value of €4m in west Dublin this evening.
Former director of Wrightbus Jeff Wright has said that death threats have been issued against his family following the collapse of their business.
Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola has again defended Bernardo Silva against accusations of racism following a controversial tweet to club team-mate Benjamin Mendy.
A Florida police officer is getting praise for darting through traffic on a busy interstate highway to rescue a dog that had just been hit by a car.
Ulster have handed Jack McGrath his first Ulster start in the opening PRO14 game of the season against the Ospreys at Kingspan Stadium.
Jacques Chirac, a two-term French president who was the first leader to acknowledge France's role in the Holocaust and defiantly opposed the US invasion of Iraq in 2003, has died at the age of 86.
GARDAI have said they are concerned for the welfare of a young man who has been missing since yesterday.
TWO people have died and two others are seriously injured following a road crash overnight.
Pope Francis had time for a laugh with nuns in St Peter's Square in the Vatican yesterday.
UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson came under fire in the House of Commons tonight as he said the best way to honour murdered MP Jo Cox would be to "get Brexit done".
John Barnes has defended Bernardo Silva following accusations of racism against the Manchester City midfielder.
It is a huge night Caoimhín Kelleher as the Cork goalkeeper will make his full Liverpool debut in the Carabao Cup third round tie against MK Dons.