Ten years ago, when rugby became fully professional, the prognosis for Irish rugby was far from rosy.
Bertie Ahern and Tony Blair must have the patience of Job. As the political Rubik’s cube that is the attempt to turn the North into a power-sharing democracy continues to revolve unsolved (entering a ninth year since the Good Friday Agreement), the w
From the outset, the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) has said its bottom line is that the redevelopment of Lansdowne Road must provide a secure financial future for the professional era in Irish rugby.
The public commentary ever since Bertie Ahern announced the revival of the 1916 memorial parade has been fascinating.
I suspect I am not the only Irish citizen who found President Mary McAleese’s performance in Saudi Arabia last week bizarre.
The ‘Love Ulster' campaign is heading south. Led by Willie Frazer, spokesman for victims' group Families Acting for Innocent Relatives (FAIR), the group is coming to protest outside the Dáil.