Department of Justice: Experts are valuable assets in identifying and preventing radicalisation
Two men arrested in connection with a serious sex assault in Dublin yesterday have been released without charge.
Donnelly made light of the wind and rain with a “magic” kick.
The State has been quoted a cost of €536,638 for a one-bed apartment to be made available for social housing, in a development in South Dublin, the Irish Examiner can reveal.
Like many this week, I was somewhat surprised when I learned about the GPA’s significantly improved deal with the GAA, and the cordial manner in which it was negotiated. Rumblings earlier in the season from the GAA’s inner sanctum gave an impression that relationships between the two associations were on the wane. This new deal certainly refutes that suggestion.
Take a walk through a selection of stunning houses as they come on the market. (Updated 29/07/0216)
’Cellulite’ is a made-up word that has caused more misery to more women than all of the so-called body phenomena put together. In plain language, it’s called fat, a natural, undislodgeable,
biological fact, writes Clodagh Finn
Thank crunchie it’s Friday.
Uber driver Jose Figueroa admits he had a little devil on his shoulder after finding $3k in a wallet left in his car by a passenger.
Ireland will feature as a stop in the Capcom Pro Tour in September, which will see some of the best Street Fighter V players in Europe competing for precious ranking points.
Muslims and Christians have prayed together at a mosque in the French town where an elderly priest was killed this week, with one imam calling the extremists non-Muslims who are "not part of civilisation" or "humanity".
Online grooming is “grossly under-reported” with many children unable to distinguish between internet and real-life friends, police believe.
Mortgage lending by banks fell again, while the growth in home prices has also fallen back, official figures published yesterday showed.