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By Fiachra Ó Cionnaith, Political Reporter Almost one in five adults in Ireland tuned in to watch the first leaders debate of the General Election campaign, which saw all four of the contenders decline to say whether they won or lost the live TV battle.
The young football fan was a mascot for Swansea at a Premier League game, but it was an opposing player who really captured Tomos’s attention.
As many as 40 couples planning to hold their wedding reception at Aherlow House Hotel have had their plans ruined after the popular Tipperary venue confirmed it has closed its doors.
The best has yet to come! That’s the view of Munster prop John Ryan as he enthuses about CJ Stander’s man-of-the-match performance for Ireland against Wales last Sunday and now avidly looks forward to another “blinder” from the South African in Paris tomorrow.
Take a look inside the cars of some of Ireland's most extreme petrol heads. (Updated 12/02/16)
The question of the Eighth Amendment touches the most core value of a civilised society, the value we place on human life simply because it is human, rather than because it is strong or healthy or able-bodied or young or self-supporting or anything else, writes Margaret Hickey
New research has revealed that men’s good intentions aren’t having the desired effect when buying flowers, as almost half (46%) of British women feel disappointed when receiving a Valentine’s Day bouquet.
The Enhanced Edition of Dying Light is out now along with The Following DLC but if you want to go all out you can also pick up The Spotlight Edition, exclusively at Game.co.uk.
Rolf Harris is to be charged with seven counts of indecent assault.
A 94-year-old survivor of Nazi Germany’s Auschwitz death camp has testified in court, face to face with a former guard who is charged with helping in the murder of at least 170,000 people.
The relief rally that swept through Europe’s stock markets this week came to an abrupt halt, as shares slid for the eighth time in nine days and hit their lowest levels since September 2013.
The Guard director John Michael McDonagh has revealed that Irish actors Brendan Gleeson and Chris O’Dowd are “actors who like a good booze-up”.
Singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan comes back to her roots in CorkDon O’Mahony