Minister to meet banks on tracker mortgage scandal as new figures show Ireland has highest interest rates in EU
The board of the new National Children's Hospital wants to avoid putting in a water sprinkler system.
Brexit talks on a future trade relationship will only be complicated if the European Union decides to "punish Britain for having the audacity" to leave, British trade minister Liam Fox has warned.
Beleaguered Everton manager Ronald Koeman was left clinging on to his job after they slipped into the Premier League's relegation zone with a 5-2 home defeat to Arsenal.
The Government jet will not now be scrambled to bring Ibrahim Halawa home, as had previously been suggested.
On a big day for Cork GAA sports writer, Michael Moynihan, speaks to one man who will be at the centre of today's action and who recognises better than most what the today means to everyone involved. Words that will resonate with everyone who has had the pleasure of enjoying 'county final' day.
Captain Michael McCarthy, Commercial Manager, Port of Cork and Chairman of Cruise Europe, has been named October’s ‘Cork Person of the Month’.
Seán Hogan tells Joyce Fegan how the emergency taskforce managed the crisis of Ophelia.
The pressure’s off now Carol’s not on camera anymore…
The Irish Examiner print edition turned many heads last week when it published this stunning image across the top of its front page.
A “radical culture change” is needed if customer trust in the banks is to be repaired and restored, according to the deputy governor of the Central Bank.