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The Head Coach Richie murphy named their Irish team U20 Match Day, sponsored by PwC, for Friday evening U20 Six Nations Second round clash against Wales at Cardiff Arms Park (kick off at 8 p.m., live on RTÉ 2 and Six Nations UK YouTube and Facebook channels). Ireland opened their 2021 league campaign with a …

A flotilla of fishing boats traveled to Dublin Port to organize a rally and show how lower quotas in Irish waters are affecting their livelihoods and Ireland’s coastal communities. More than 50 trawlers and smaller boats reached the harbor around 3.30am and sailed up the river across the East Link Bridge where they then lined …

Northern Ireland’s assembly at Stormont is all about hang-up and breakdown, but even when seated it distorts the concept of power-sharing, according to a study marking its 100th anniversary on Tuesday. Officially opened by King George V in 1921, the assembly was suspended in 1972 during the unrest. The legislature was reconstituted as part of …

The inquest into George Nkencho’s death is expected to examine the broader issue of policing the black community in Ireland, a coroner has said. The submission was made in Dublin Coroner’s Court as the inquest opened into the death of the 27-year-old, who was shot dead by gardaí outside his home in Clonee on December …

The late Sybil Byrne SYBIL Byrne, Mayo House, Crettyard, Co Laois, passed away peacefully under the loving care of staff in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) at St Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny on Tuesday May 4, and with her beloved husband Cecil and loving daughter Joyce, was a highly respected member of the local Church of …

Friday, June 18, 2021 O’Neill-Hayes Funeral Home Enlarge + Maureen Rooney Kramer, 77, of Middletown, RI passed away peacefully in her sleep on June 14, 2021, at home. She was born in Newport, RI on May 21, 1944, the eldest of 5 children to E. Patrick and Elizabeth O’Connell Rooney. Formerly from Dromod, County Leitrim, …

SCHENECTADY – Although now considered a jewel in the crown, Proctors was in disrepair by the 1970s. As the rags operation came to life after a period of fallow, one man perhaps more than any other worked behind the scenes to restore the place to its former glory, one nail straightened and a padded seat …