Advertisement

Throwaway line spurs Boxer to reveal personal struggles

Thu, May 25, 2017

 

When Kevin ‘Boxer’ Moran sat down with Ryan Tubridy on last Friday’s Late Late Show to discuss his personal struggles with dyslexia and depression, he never imagined the response he would receive from the watching public.

Inspired to give such an honest and frank interview by slurs from a radio contributor regarding the level of education of a certain incoming Minister, Moran’s decision to take part in the programme was as much about standing up for all he has achieved despite his difficulties, as it was about helping those who may be going through the same issues today.


News

Tragedy in Manchester shatters all before it

Minister Simon Coveney and supporters. Photo: Mags Cunney
I am sure so many of you are heartbroken at the dreadful news of the carnage in Manchester. Twenty-two, mostly young people, at the Manchester Arena, killed and 59 injured, many of them seriously. ...


The Week

Bealtaine Festival events continue at Athlone Castle

Athlone Castle welcomes well-known Mullingar native, historian, and renowned academic, Ruth Illingworth, for a free talk in the Lower Keep as part of the Bealtaine Festival on Saturday, May 27, at 2.30pm. ...


Property

Prices will continue to rise until supply interventions introduced

IPAV CEO, Pat Davitt. Photo: Creative Photography
Property prices will continue to rise unless more dramatic interventions on the supply side are implemented, according to the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers (IPAV). ...


Motoring

Audi Athlone launches Inspiration 172 Event

Audi A6
With the July 172 registration period approaching, Audi Athlone has announced details of its Audi Inspiration 172 Sales Event. ...


Business

Irish retail industry enters recession

Head of public affairs and communications at Retail Excellence, Lorraine Higgins, says the Irish retail industry has now entered recession. ...


Lifestyle

D2K 2017 is taking on a 210km cycle and going ‘Into the West’

Paul Lannon and his wife Sandra
For the fifth year in a row, more than 100 enthusiastic riders are ready to leave Dunleer, Co Louth for the long road to Ballinasloe on June 10. ...


Opinion

Waiting for answers, waiting for direction...

What a deep sadness lies over Co Mayo. One can only imagine the devastation felt by the families of the two missing men from the aircraft at Black Sod and Blackrock. ...

 

Page generated in 0.8877 seconds.