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Tuesday 3 October 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# irish pride

This year
Pádraig Harrington to be inducted into World Golf Hall of Fame
‘This is a deep-down satisfaction, and I’m very proud to be included,’ the Dubliner said.
Last year
Pat the Baker and Irish Pride breadcrumbs recalled by FSAI
Consumers are advised not to eat four batch types of breadcrumbs.
Leona Maguire makes Irish golf history with first LPGA Tour win after stunning display
The Cavan native played superbly throughout the Drive On Championship to become the first Irish woman to win on the LPGA Tour.
'It’s not every day we go on away trips and turn over a side like the West Indies'
Ireland’s cricketers clinched a massive series win on a ‘sad day’ for the West Indies.
All time
McSharry finishes seventh in the 200m breaststroke final and breaks another Irish record
The Sligo native was one of three Irish swimmers competing on the final day of the World Short Course Championships in Abu Dhabi.
After starring in her US side's second-straight title triumph, O'Sullivan set for another stint in Australia
Ireland’s midfield maestro joins Western Sydney Wanderers FC as a guest player.
Back-to-back champion Sanita Puspure one of five Irish up for prestigious World Rowing Awards
New crew of Paul O’Donovan and Fintan McCarthy and fellow Corkman Ronan Byrne are also nominated.
'Absolutely huge' - Ireland crowned European AFL champions after remarkable showing in London
Mike Currane’s Irish Banshees won five games from five, and didn’t concede a single score.
'The fighting spirit of these players brought the win' - Pauw's 'special' first night in charge
Ireland got The Vera Era underway with a hard-fought 3-2 Euro 2021 qualifier win over Ukraine last night.
'That's not bad for a wee girl from Portaferry... I'm grateful to be able to wear this vest'
Ireland’s Ciara Mageean gave an inspiring interview after her World Championships 1,500m final.
'This is just a whole other level' - Clare star after scoring Grand Final goal in front of 53,000
Ailish Considine is hopeful she will get another shot with the Adelaide Crows next year after an impressive debut season Down Under.
Zebo nabs assist for Ryan and scores a try in huge comeback win for Racing
The Paris-based side rallied from 13 points down to defeat Bordeaux Bègles in the Top14.
Going for gold! Harrington books second World Championship final with stunning performance
A class act.
Kellie Harrington bags another World medal as she guarantees bronze in India
The Dubliner powered into the semi-finals this morning.
'We're under no illusion of what it means to the country, our families and where we’re from'
Tadhg Furlong is primed and ready to go for an individual battle with two of his Lions team-mates tomorrow.
Shane Lowry holds a joint-lead in Turkey with Harrington following closely behind
Harrington hit eight birdies throughout the front and back nine.
We asked 15 Irish people one very important question
What makes you most proud to be Irish?
8 sights every Irish person should see at least once
Sights, landscapes and beauty spots that’ll make you proud to be Irish.
KFC has just released a special Irish burger along with cheese & onion fries
The O’Sanders.
'She's over the moon but she's not stopping there': Kellie Harrington has her sights set on gold
Jimmy Halpin is confident that Irish boxing’s newest star can bring home the world title.
16 things we learned from tonight's Road to Rio documentary
Let us know what you thought of this week’s episode.
15 things we learned from the second episode of RTÉ's Road to Rio documentary
Tell us what you thought.
Previous Irish Women's FA Cup winners: Will Katie McCabe be added to the list?
There’s a surprising amount of players on the list already.
14 things we learned from the first episode of RTÉ's Road to Rio documentary
What did you make of it?
Incredible day for Irish rowing: Gold for O'Donovan brothers and bronze for Puspure
Gary and Paul O’Donovan have been crowned European champions in the lightweight men’s double sculls in Germany.
'You're pushing your limits all the time': the motorbiking Montessori teacher making history
Dubliner Nicole Lynch is part of an exclusive club as she takes to the track in Spain this weekend.
RTÉ had another 'Riverdance moment' last night
Centenary, which gathered together some of Ireland’s most talented musicians and performers, gave everyone goosebumps.
'My goal is to make the country proud' - Duffy ready for his biggest fight yet tonight in Vegas
There’s a lot at stake at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.
Bread company Irish Pride has gone into receivership
The company employs 340 people.
23 incredible moments you probably missed (in all the excitement) last Saturday
Well. That escalated quickly.
It's official - Ireland says YES to same-sex marriage
It’s 62% FOR and 38% AGAINST – as Ireland gives a big YES to same-sex marriage.
Paul O'Connell: 'I’m so happy for the lads, and for Brian in his last international'
The Ireland captain has lauded the influence of Joe Schmidt in turning around a team that finished fifth last year.
This St Patrick's Day t-shirt has one patriotic grammar fail
The grammar Gardaí have been notified.
Irish man convinces Scandinavian company to put tricolour on crisp packs
The packets feature a story about an Irish man who created the salt and vinegar flavour with a Union Jack printed underneath and Niall Mullins wasn’t having any of it.
What bit of Irish heritage would you like to tell the world about?
Which part of your local heritage are you most proud of? We want to know.
President Higgins hails Ireland's new world champion Rob Heffernan
“He has achieved all that he deserves,” said the President.
12 Irish things to be properly proud of this Paddy's Day
From James Joyce to the White House.
Hashtag of the Day: 7 of the best #KatieTaylorFacts
It was inevitable, wasn’t it?
Column: Yes, Ireland is special but fewer care than we think
We’ve done well for a small island nation, writes Mark Boyle from Japan, but we shouldn’t overstate our sense of exceptionalism: it doesn’t serve us well abroad.
New Jersey cancels Patrick's Day parade for "dishonouring" the day
After 34 arrests at last year’s parade, the St Patrick’s Day parade in Hoboken, New Jersey has been cancelled. The mayor had criticised the “unacceptable” levels of property damage and crime on the day.