Earthquake disaster ‘was like Dante’s Inferno’ as death toll continues to rise
A major search operation off the coast of Donegal will conclude shortly after a man failed to return to shore while swimming near Bundoran yesterday evening.
"He was a joy to manage."
The head of the Rose of Tralee, Anthony O’Gara, has said he is “delighted” the Sydney Rose expressed her opinions, one of which is a desire to have a referendum on the Eighth Amendment.
Prepared statements “on the occasion of” can often come across as bland, off-the-peg affairs, a poor substitute for facial expression and the spoken word.
Passengers weren’t even aware there was an emergency on board the aircraft at the centre of a full-scale alert at Cork Airport yesterday.
The burkini is not a new concept, having been created in Australia over a decade ago, so why is it suddenly creating a furore on beaches across Europe? It is mostly the far right who are banging the drum to ban the burkini — do they have a point, asks John Lloyd
The brew’s branding is even designed with some of his tattoo’s and his signature.
It’s a heatwave and we’re loving it.
The PES 2017 demo is now available to download on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, and Xbox 360.
Militants have attacked the American University of Afghanistan, killing at least one person and wounding another 18, officials said, adding that security forces were still combing the campus in search of attackers.
The Yazidi girl had been in the safety of a refugee camp in Iraq for two weeks when she imagined she heard the voices of Islamic State (IS) fighters outside her tent.
The new operator of the National Lottery made an operating profit of €7.4m against the background of declining sales.