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An Improvised Explosive Device has been discovered in Dublin.
Dublin marched to their third consecutive Division 1 title, raking their boots all over Cork in a brutally one-sided affair.
The Dáil has been urged to support calls for gardaí to be allowed to strike for better pay, after claims some officers are living in “poverty” and need social welfare supports just to survive.
Only two players who played in the All-Ireland final five years ago will start for Cork in tomorrow’s Allianz League final against Dublin.
Johnny Rotten once hollered into a microphone that anger is an energy but the anger that Alan Dukes expressed at his press conference at first seemed akin to wind energy supplied by a five-year-old blowing the seeds off a dandelion clock.
Dustin and Bosco have had their say on same-sex marriage, and the upcoming referendum.
P.T., otherwise known as the “playable teaser” for the upcoming Silent Hills horror game, will be removed from the PlayStation Network on Wednesday, April 29th.
At least 2,152 people are now confirmed dead in the massive earthquake that hit just outside Kathmandu, an official in Nepal said today.
People being investigated in a counter-terrorism investigation in Italy may have been planning an attack against the Vatican, one of the prosecutors leading the probe said.
Frustrated finance ministers for the first time broke the taboo of talking about a “Plan B” for Greece at a fraught meeting in Riga.
A quiet Sunday in with the tellly. Lovely.