Roscommon News

Rosalie relatives given care plans

The relatives of the Rosalie Care Home residents have recently received redacted copies of their loved ones’ care plans. The Herald understands the families and relatives of the Castlerea unit’s remaining residents received the documents from the HSE in the...

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House prices have risen by 3.6%

  The price of the average three-bed semi in County Roscommon rose by 3.6% in the past year, according to...

Wednesday, 26/06/19 - 12:12pm Read More

Attempted Ballinlough burglary investigated

Gardaí in Castlerea are seeking the public’s assistance after what they have described as “an aggravated burglary” in the area....

Tuesday, 18/06/19 - 10:56am Read More

Hopes that Rosalie bill will be heard soon

Fianna Fáil’s private members’ bill on the Rosalie Unit is expected to be before the Dáil in the next three...

Tuesday, 18/06/19 - 10:53am Read More

Unions meeting over future of Rosalie Unit

A meeting is to take place today between the HSE and unions regarding the future of the Rosalie Unit in Castlerea. It...

Tuesday, 11/06/19 - 12:28pm Read More

National News

Pictures: 25-storey apartment tower proposed for Cork’s Albert Quay

A view of the proposed new JCD Group residential development on the Carey’s Tool Hire Site. A 25-storey apartment tower is proposed for a Cork city centre site on Albert Quay, flanked by two major existing office sites, One Albert...

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Temperatures could hit 28 degrees as public urged to use sunscreen

People are being warned to protect their skin this week as the heatwave hits. Temperatures are expected to hit 25...

Wednesday, 26/06/19 - 12:25pm Read More

‘We must not repeat the mistakes of a decade ago’: Government urged to protect vulnerable citizens after Brexit

“We risk repeating the mistakes of the past, with devastating consequences”. That’s the warning issued about Ireland’s economy after Britain...

Wednesday, 26/06/19 - 11:55am Read More

Varadkar on SwingGate: ‘Not the norm of any party’ to publish internal party inquiry results

The Taoiseach has suggested a Fine Gael review into ‘swing-gate’ will not be made public. Senior counsel David Kennedy was...

Wednesday, 26/06/19 - 11:25am Read More

Sudden thunderstorm causes flooding in Killarney

File photo of Killareny A sudden thunderstorm on Tuesday evening in Killarney saw tourists run for cover, roads flood, and...

Wednesday, 26/06/19 - 11:05am Read More

Roscommon Sport

Never underestimate the underdog’s bite

      As Roscommon continue to bask in the glory of being Connacht champions, Roscommon Herald Sports Editor IAN COONEY explores why the county’s shares on the GAA’s stock market continue to rise… We are Ros’. The feisty underdog....

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‘Measured performance’ pleases Finneran

Last year’s Connacht title success provided a much-needed boost for ladies’ football in Roscommon after a series of near misses...

Monday, 24/06/19 - 5:34pm Read More

Triumph based on substance and steel

  By Ian Cooney The turf isn’t off the bog, and Roscommon are Connacht champions. It adds a surreal element...

Monday, 17/06/19 - 5:41pm Read More

‘Top of the charts’ under Cunningham’s watch

Senior or underage, club or county, football or hurling, it seems that whatever sphere of Gaelic games Anthony Cunningham inhabits,...

Monday, 17/06/19 - 5:36pm Read More

Confidence and expectation justified

There’s nothing like putting one’s head on the block at the outset. So whisper it quietly — Roscommon have a...

Tuesday, 11/06/19 - 10:00am Read More

National Sport

Devin Toner fit and ready for World Cup

Devin Toner’s injury problems are behind him with the Ireland lock declaring himself fit and ready to go as Joe Schmidt’s squad ramps up its World Cup preparations. Toner, who had been able to avoid injury for vast stretches of...

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Boxers secure at least two bronze medals for Ireland at European Games

Ireland has secured at least two medals at the European Games. Regan Buckley. Boxers Regan Buckley and Michael Nevin won...

Tuesday, 25/06/19 - 8:55pm Read More

Ireland’s Ryan Mullen a single second off time trial medal at European Games

Ireland’s Ryan Mullen has come within a second of taking a medal in the men’s cycling time trial at the...

Tuesday, 25/06/19 - 3:55pm Read More

Wexford dealt suspension blow ahead of Leinster final

Wexford’s Aidan Nolan is red carded by referee Fergal Horgan after the final whistle. Picture: INPHO/James Crombie Davy Fitzgerald will...

Tuesday, 25/06/19 - 2:30pm Read More

Late Cavani header sees Uruguay snatch win over Chile

Edinson Cavani scored a late winner to seal a 1-0 victory for Uruguay over defending champions Chile in the Copa...

Tuesday, 25/06/19 - 8:45am Read More