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GAA community praised following hurler’s brush with death

IN THIS WEEK’S IRISH POST – OUT NOW (December 05)

Thank you for helping our son – GAA praised
The father of injured hurler Tony Hogan thanks the GAA community and the mystery Tipperary man who saved his son, who is now recovering from a brain injury following after being hit by a car

Join our dementia campaign
The Irish Post has joined forces with the Federation of Irish Societies as part of a ground-breaking campaign to help raise £20,000 to build an army of volunteer carers who will help the aging Irish in Britain who are suffering with memory loss

Breaking with convention
Following the first meeting of Ireland’s constitutional convention in Dublin, we chat to its chairman Tom Arnold about how it will serve the Irish in Britain

Welcome to the Dorchester
We meet the Irish hotelier in charge of one of London’s most prestigious hotels and take a tour around the iconic venue

IN SPORT
History Girls

Parnells are 60-minutes away from being the first British ladies side to win an All-Ireland title. Paul Dollery chats to home-grown midfield star Hannah Noonan

Hurlers Take Giant Strides
St Gabriels and Fullen Gaels are both through to All-Ireland semi-finals. Ronan Early and Anthony McLaughlin report

Tee’d off at Rory
Garry Doyle on why McIlroy’s stunning success is not matched by his popularity

London Calling
Dr Crokes manager Noel O’Leary says change the record. Tir Chonaill Gaels should travel to play them

IN Ri-Ra – THE IRISH POST ENTERTAINMENT SUPPLEMENT

On The Town
Andrew Scott on his new ITV drama The Town and why he won’t be returning to Sherlock

Q&A
Therapy frontman Andy Cairns on his love for Chelsea, Samuel Beckett and deep-sea diving

Louis Walsh: ‘I Could Have Lost Everything’
Music mogul Louis Walsh tells Enda Brady of his relief after settling a €500,000 libel case

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