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# Michael Lowry

Last month
December 2022
# child palliative care
'Our child deserves to die at home': Family of boy with cancer told palliative care not available in their area
Tipperary TD Michael Lowry read out a letter in the Dáil from parents of a boy with terminal cancer.
Last year
2022
# Irish Rugby
Michael Lowry agrees new long-term contract with Ulster
It comes after Robert Baloucoune and Stewart Moore also agreed new contracts.
# A Message To You Andy
'They're class players': McFarland hails Baloucoune and Lowry's star turns in Ulster win
Ulster moved top of the United Rugby Championship standings with Friday night’s interpro win.
# Endorsement
'A real beacon to smaller players' - Lowry tipped to shine on international stage
Ulster’s head of operations Bryn Cunningham is a big admirer of the 23-year-old Ireland newcomer.
# suftum
Lowry and Baloucoune shine as Ulster advance into Champions Cup knock-outs
Dan McFarland’s men played some superb attacking rugby as they beat Northampton 24-20.
All time
# suftum
10 the 'long-term option' for Lowry at Ulster, but he's just happy to be on the pitch
Michael Lowry has excelled at full-back of late, as the debate rages on.
# Update
Ireland confirm injury for Ryan as Lowry stays with Farrell's squad
The second row hasn’t officially been ruled out of this weekend’s clash with Japan.
# Potential
'I'd love to see him play Test rugby' - Michael Lowry continues to shine
The 22-year-old Ulster playmaker scored a cracking try against Harlequins on Sunday.
# Team news
Stockdale reverts to fullback, Lowry at 10 as Ulster name side to face Dragons
Dan McFarland has named a much-changed side for tomorrow night’s clash in Cardiff.
# playmaker
'Look at Damien McKenzie and Beauden Barrett, they can play multiple positions'
Ulster’s 22-year-old Michael Lowry is comfortable at either out-half or fullback.
# Young Guns
Ulster's potential-rich 10-12-13 combo deliver 'really exciting' display
Michael Lowry, Stewart Moore, and James Hume impressed against Benetton.
# go again
Ulster brush off the sugar coating and carry hurt of big defeats into new season
“If you forget about it, you won’t learn from it. When we need that hurt, we’ll use it.”
# Talent
22-year-old Lowry's classy touches a bright note in a tough fortnight for Ulster
The talented playmaker showed his promise after moving to out-half against Toulouse.
# Tipperary
Micheal Lowry takes first seat in constituency where vote was nearly postponed
Voting almost didn’t go ahead following the death of independent candidate Marese Skeehan this week.
# Election talk
Michael Lowry expects general election will be called before Dáil no confidence vote
Speculation has been mounting in recent days that a February election could be on the cards.
# Michael Lowry
Michael Lowry says 'slanderous, vicious, malicious, vindictive, false allegations' were made in Dáil about his tax affairs
The Independent TD called on Paul Murphy TD to withdraw his comments.
# Sidelined
Champions Cup blow for Ulster as Lowry out for 6-8 weeks
Ulster back Michael Lowry is set to miss a string of key games after undergoing ankle surgery.
# JOining forces
Micheál Martin interested in working with 'smaller parties' after the next general election
The Fianna Fáil leader was asked if he would be happy to rely on Michael Lowry’s support.
# Tipp FM
Local radio station Tipp FM retracts comments made about journalist following Lowry case
Elaine Byrne is now a columnist with the Sunday Business Post newspaper.
# Making the step up
'Great examples of players who seized their opportunities' - Ulster award contracts to academy trio
Eric O’Sullivan, Michael Lowry and James Hume have all secured their first senior deals with the province.
# Rising Star
Two years after lining out in Ulster Schools' Cup, Lowry on hunt for Champions Cup semi-final spot
‘It’s a remarkable achievement,’ says Ulster young gun Michael Lowry.
# Centre of attention
McCloskey double caps bonus point win for Ulster over Dragons
Will Addison was on form again to help Dan McFarland’s men grab their first five-point success of the season.
# New kid on the block
Lowry moves on from Zebo incident ahead of third straight Ulster start
The 20-year-old has found himself in the headlines in recent weeks for differing reasons.
# hot prospect
'He's a small bloke in stature but he's got a big heart. He's been awesome'
Michael Lowry has impressed his new Ulster team-mate, Billy Burns.
# Opinion
What is it about personality that Rugby Twitter hates so much?
An awful lot of people let themselves get riled up by the sight of sportsmen enjoying their sport.
# minority support
'There is a compelling public interest': Two more Independents will support Fine Gael in key votes
Dáil arithmetic meant the resignation of Denis Naughten created a headache for the minority government.
# Prospect
Highly-rated Lowry stands up to the test on impressive Champions Cup debut
The 20-year-old enhanced his burgeoning reputation with an exciting display against Leicester.
# Circuit Criminal Court
Michael Lowry and refrigeration company fined €25k over submitting incorrect corporation tax returns
The Tipperary TD had faced eight charges relating to corporation tax returns stemming from dates between August 2002 and August 2007.
# Central Criminal Court
Michael Lowry found guilty on two charges of submitting incorrect corporation tax returns
The TD had faced eight charges based on returns filed between 2002 and 2007.
# Tax Trial
Michael Lowry asked his secretary to oversee £250,000 payment, trial hears
One of nine charges has been dropped against the TD.
# Michael Lowry
Woman 'feared she was going to be killed by burglars' as tax inspectors searched TD's house
The woman was in Independent TD Michael Lowry’s home when Revenue officers raided it, a jury has heard.
# Trial
State prosecutor says TD Michael Lowry and his company 'cooked the books'
The State’s case is that the transaction was “done at the behest of Mr Lowry”.
# thanks for the support
No 'understandings' or arrangements between FG and Lowry, Kenny says
The Taoiseach told the Dáil today that he appreciates the support Lowry has given government.
# Champerty
A case against Denis O'Brien and Michael Lowry won't go ahead - because of a law from 1634
The plaintiff does not have the €10 million required to take the case.
# Courts
Michael Lowry will stand trial for tax offences
He will appear in court in March of next year.
# Election 2016
'Tipperary has had a love for me for over 28 years' - Lowry elected on first count
‘Lord Lowry’ – as dubbed in supporters’ banner – tops the poll in newly-united Tipperary constituency.
# Dismissed
Michael Lowry loses bid to halt trial on tax offences
The outgoing independent TD has pledged to appeal today’s decision.
# GE16 Fact Check
FactCheck: Did Enda Kenny really call Michael Lowry 'a man of the highest integrity'?
TheJournal.ie’s GE16 FactCheck tests a claim about the Taoiseach’s erstwhile stance towards the Tipperary TD.
# Thurles
People aren't happy about this Michael Lowry banner erected on a 15th Century landmark
The independent TD has hit back at the criticism, saying he has permission.
# NOT GONNA HAPPEN
Enda has FINALLY ruled out Michael Lowry - or any other independents
The Taoiseach also said the he “a list from here to Stoneybatter” of all the interviews people want him to do.