The big three heavyweights avoiding each other is damaging boxing’s credibility

By hook or by crook Anthony Joshua finds himself with a half-decent opponent in Madison Square Garden. Andy Ruiz is a step up from the disgraced and hapless Jarrell Miller. But he is not one of the two opponents the public want to see in a ring with Joshua. That Deontay Wilder can throw a …

Taste of Dublin 2019

Four days of eating, drinking and entertainment – discover Taste of Dublin Taste of Dublin 2019 is celebrating Ireland’s eclectic cuisine and the chefs revolutionising the Irish menu. Taste of Dublin 2019 is returning to the Iveagh Gardens this June 13th – 16th and is celebrating the revolution of the Irish menu! Championing the chefs …

Over 40% of Irish people say sharing a wardrobe with their partner causes arguments

Wardrobe wars are common among Irish couples with over 40% us admitting to that sharing a wardrobe causes rows. A survey found 63% of Irish people share their wardrobe with their other half but over 57% think their wardrobe is too small. The Panelling Company surveyed 200 Irish adults (75% female and 25% male) about …

Irish newlyweds splashing out far more on honeymoons than regular holiday

Newlyweds are splashing out far more on their honeymoons than on a regular holiday, new research has revealed. Couples are spending a whopping 67% more than on their usual getaways – a massive €5,985 compared to the usual €3,580. Emirates Holidays revealed the hottest honeymoon trends on Thursday that also showed that a third would …

Lee Dixon gives brutal assessment of Arsenal’s defence after Europa League final

Former Arsenal star Lee Dixon has warned that not even Virgil van Dijk would be able to fix the club’s current defensive issues. The Gunners have struggled at the back this season and those problems were highlighted once again during their Europa League final defeat on Wednesday night. Despite keeping Chelsea out during the first …

Former Republic of Ireland international Darren O’Dea reveals how Tommy Burns had him dreaming of winning Ballon D’ors

Former Republic of Ireland international Darren O’Dea was in digs and dreaming of Dublin. Celtic legend Tommy Burns had him believing he’d win the Ballon D’Or. Former Celtic defender O’Dea reckons he couldn’t have cracked it as a player if it wasn’t for the Hoops legend. And he’s convinced those same lessons will stand him …

Bernard Brogan on a ‘personal journey’ to feature in Dublin’s drive-for-five

Bernard Brogan says he’s on a “personal journey” to feature for Dublin again at championship level. Brogan, 35, battled back from a cruciate injury last year to take his place in the Blues’ squad for their fourth All-Ireland final triumph on the spin. But, having discussed his return with Dubs boss Jim Gavin, the veteran …