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Gaol to launch virtual reality experience This summer, Wicklow Historic Gaol will launch a new virtual reality experience called 'The Gates of Hell'. The fully immersive experience will transport visitors back in time to the Wicklow Gaol of the 1700s. The new experience has been made possible thanks to a €200,000 grant from Fáilte Ireland through the new Storytelling Interpretation Grants...
On the ball: Profits at Paul O'Connell firm leap past €2m Paul O'Connell The commercial firm owned by Irish rugby legend Paul O'Connell enjoyed a bumper 2018 as accumulated profits topped €2m for the first time. His firm, Nellcon Ltd, firm recorded profits of €468,374 in the 12 months to the end of April last - more than double the profits of...

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Missing Dublin teen Yvonne Ward (15) was last seen in the early hours of this morning Missing: Yvonne Ward Gardaí are appealing for information on a missing teenager who was last seen in the early hours of this morning. Yvonne Ward (15) was last seen at approximately 1.30am at her home in the Dunsink area of Finglas, Dublin. She is described as being...
State-backed Malin had assets of €404m at the end of 2018 Malin was established to invest in innovative life sciences companies. Photo: Stock Image State-backed life sciences investment fund Malin has assets of €404m at 31 December 2018. The group said several of its assets have important milestones this year, which have the potential to create “significant” value for shareholders. Malin’s corporate cash...
Man 'threatened prospective buyers' of land being sold by receiver Court heard it appeared he moved cattle on to the land without the consent of their owner Car dealer: John Kane arriving at the High Court yesterday. Photo: Kyran O'Brien A car dealer has been warned he faces being jailed for a third time for contempt of court for frustrating efforts by...
Most FAI board members had been unaware John Delaney gave it a €100,000 loan John Delaney (right) and Rea Walshe outside Leinster House MOST of the members of the board of the Football Association of Ireland were unaware that former chief executive John Delaney had provided the organisation with a €100,000 loan in 2017, TDs have been told. Despite this, the FAI...
Frank Roche: 'Troubled Carlow Rising is facing its greatest challenge yet' Carlow manager Turlough O’Brien TEN-and-a-half months is a long time in politics ... ask Theresa May. In footballing terms, it must seem a lifetime ago for Carlow manager Turlough O’Brien as he contemplates a 20-week suspension. Back in late May, his players did the unthinkable: they toppled Kildare in a Leinster...
John Downing: 'Corporate governance is not fun or interesting or sexy - but we know too well how important it is' (Stock photo) Sports Minister Shane Ross was abundantly clear: Get your corporate governance in order. If you do not get your corporate in order - you will not get any money. He said he was talking directly - not just to...
© Reuters. Investing.com - The dollar slipped lower against a currency basket on Monday, while the euro pushed higher...
Cathal Dennehy: 'There were no winners in Committee Room 4 after eight mind-numbing, spirit-crushing hours' Attending a meeting with the Oireachtas Committee on Sport at Dáil Éireann in Dublin are from left, FAI Interim Chief Executive Rea Walshe, FAI Director of Public Relations and Communications Cathal Dervan, FAI President Donal Conway, FAI Board Member and Honorary Treasurer Eddie Murray, FAI...

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