LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Hospital board 'not consulted' about resignation request; North Korea holds live drills
The Diocese of Cork and Ross is facing a priest shortage crisis and some Masses could be replaced by public prayers with no communion in the years ahead.
It is almost ten years since three-year-old Madeleine McCann vanished from the Portuguese coastal village of Praia da Luz.
“I'll miss the camaraderie of the dressing room and the roar of the fans when running out in the RDS Arena or in the Aviva Stadium, but unfortunately you can't play forever.”
A mother who had medicinal cannabis she purchased for her gravely ill daughter seized at Dublin Airport last Friday has hit out at claims that it was a publicity stunt.
At around half six on Sunday evening, most of the Galway team were to be found licking ice creams outside Supermacs on the Old Ennis Road.
Fota WildLife House was an oasis of calm in a hive of activity last weekend as the Fota House Plant and Garden Fair took place.
America’s global re-engagement should be welcomed, but not through a military lens. Diplomacy, not fighting, brings peace, says Carl Bildt.
The Cork International Choral Festival opens this Wednesday.
Life assurance and illness cover can be a form of “mortgage protection for renters” in Ireland, a leading insurance company says.