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A number of reporters attached to Independent News and Media have been told by Gardaí that their safety is at risk from organised criminals.
“We’ve only had one chance to see France under their new management, but some of the new individuals they’ve thrown in have impressed.“
Around one in eight admissions to an emergency department resulted in an “adverse reaction”, with 70% of events preventable, research reveals.
Tomorrow will be T-Day for the Green Army hoping to embark for France this summer. Uefa have indicated to the FAI that they will begin notifying Irish supporters tomorrow as to whether their applications for tickets for the group games at Euro 2016 have been successful or not.
Today we visited UCC and asked the students who they are going to vote for in the upcoming general election.
Challenging the authority of the Church was not easy, but 50 years ago this week, Gay Byrne helped spark a cultural revolution with the ‘bishop and the nightie’ affair, writes Ryle Dwyer
How to stay warm in winter without piling on mountains of wool? With clever layering, that’s how.
UFC players who enjoyed being able to compete as Bruce Lee in the octagon will be pleased to hear that he returns for UFC 2.
Gravity waves – ripples in spacetime – have been detected by scientists a century after Albert Einstein predicted their existence.
Serial killer’s account of the 14 hours during which he raped, tortured, and strangled teen finally revealed.
Oil prices should recover in the second half of this year and end 2016 at between $60 and $65 per barrel, Tullow Oil chief Aidan Heavey has said.
Country crooner Nathan Carter makes a tear inducing appearance on tonight’s Don’t Tell The Bride.