# tomas-oâ€™leary - Tuesday 12 March, 2013
In the first person.
The Mental Health Commission has called for a review into the treatment that John Butler received in the months before he took the lives of his two daughters along with his own.
However, the first race will start 35 minutes late, at 2.05pm.
The nun said she was trying to fulfil her late friend’s wishes in the US election.
The alleged incident took place in last month’s All-Ireland club IFC final between Kerry star Paul Galvin’s club Finuge and Tyrone player Owen Mulligan’s club Cookstown.
Renaldo Balkman, who once played with the New York Knicks, was also fined 250,000 pesos.
An SDLP politician has called on the authorities to charge any supporters that engaged in violence or sectarian chanting.
Plans to ban the sale of giant fizzy drinks have been quashed in New York – but should such a ban be introduced in Ireland?
Gerard Daly, 43, was last seen by his partner at his home in Bailieborough, Co Cavan, on the evening of 26 June 2011.
The national trust says Dublin City Council ignored its own development plan in 26 applications which were later overturned.
â€˜Itâ€™s a work in progressâ€™ â€“ Gavin not getting carried away after dominant win over Lilywhites
Meanwhile the draws for the 2013 Dublin senior hurling and football championships were made last night.
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On Twitter of all places… All the celebrity dirt you need this morning.
Meanwhile the Cork U21 football team has been named for tomorrow’s Munster championship tie with Kerry.
Cardinals will be sworn in with a solemn oath that threatens anyone who reveals the deliberations of the conclave with instant excommunication.
1,513 people voted to keep the islands as a UK overseas territory – while only three said they wanted to break away.
It’s the calm before the Hurricane (Fly). But will you get involved with the racing this week?
Dublin airport is fully operational this morning following one of the coldest nights of the year.
All of that, and the Seanad gets to reform the DÃ¡il… here’s what’s happening today in Leinster House.
Adrian Ernest Bayley, 41, also pleaded not guilty to two separate rape charges.
The Catalan heavyweights are 2-0 down against the Serie A giant. This could be interesting.
Concerns have been raised about the future of the airport in the wake of the government’s proposals to secure the future of Shannon Airport.
Picric Acid, which can become unstable over time, was found at the Christian Brothers School in Thurles.
Corrie, Eastenders and Fair City are among the most popular TV programmes on the service while Taken 2 is one of the most viewed films.
The best horse racing festival in the world kicks off this afternoon (as if you needed reminding). Here’s what we have to look forward to today.
‘Fifty Shades of Grey: Inner Goddess (A Journal)’ will offer readers advice on the art of writing and will have a soft leather cover that will be, er, ‘bonded’.
Sick days as a result of headaches cost employers nearly â‚¬100 million annually according to a survey carried out by Nurofen as part of Headache Awareness Week.
The independent TD was asked if he had penalty points wiped from his licence last December but denied he had. He intends to address the DÃ¡il this evening.
There are currently 209 members of the College of Cardinals – but only 115 of them get a vote in choosing the new pontiff.
# tomas-oâ€™leary - Monday 11 March, 2013
Tourism Ireland said research shows Kate Middleton has connections through the Lupton family from Yorkshire with the noble Fitzmaurice family from Co Kerry.
There was minor crowd trouble in Belfast.
He took the man’s coffee… and gave it back looking very different.
The epicentre of the 4.7-magnitude quake was 11 miles southeast of Anza and about 100 miles southeast of Los Angeles.
The Old Trafford legend says Fergie doesn’t sell his best players. Apart from Ruud, Roy and countless others.
It’s about time someone wrote this song.
The judge ruled the measures were “arbitrary” and he was banning the plan “permanently”.
Two brave people set out to find out.
Police would particularly appeal to a male, with blonde hair, who is believed to have been in the vicinity at the time of the assault and may have spoken to the victim, to contact them.