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Enda Kenny has defended the decision to split the Department of the Environment into two.
It will be a last chance for many to stake a claim for inclusion in O’Neill’s final squad of 23.
A man was ‘crucified’ by having his feet nailed onto the kitchen floor of a house where he was held captive, it was alleged yesterday at Limerick District Court.
Time was when the prospect of taking on the Netherlands would have really set Irish pulses racing at the sheer world-beating glamour of it all, inspiring reverential and perhaps even fearful murmurings among the natives about Dutch masters like Gullit, Van Basten, Bergkamp, Kluivert, Overmars, and, yes, perhaps even a certain Mr Van Gaal.
If you’re preparing to take your driving test, the latest video from Foil, Arms And Hog is for you.
People in North inner city Dublin are afraid and but work against the odds to tackle issues, writes Joyce Fegan
Eight-year-old Natasha ’Tasha’ Fuller is recovering well after receiving a lifesaving organ transplant earlier this week - amazingly the donor was her teacher.
Rockstar has announced a huge expansion for GTA Online, titled Further Adventures in Finance and Felony, which will let you become the CEO of a criminal enterprise.
Barack Obama has laid a wreath at Hiroshima in Japan - the city destroyed by an American atomic bomb in 1945.
Hundreds of thousands of cancer deaths around the world may have occurred as a result of the great recession of 2008, experts claim.
Eir could establish a free-to-air TV channel in the coming years to better compete with the likes of RTÉ and TV3 for lucrative sporting rights, including competitive Irish soccer internationals.
Ryan Tubridy has celebrated turning 43 with a live Facebook video.