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Mary McAleese has said homophobia should be consigned to history in the North.
A brother and sister were among four adults who were killed when a river rapids ride malfunctioned at a popular theme park on Australia's east coast.
Arsene Wenger believes Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has reached the age where he now knows what is expected of him in an Arsenal shirt.
Another day of Garda industrial action looks set to take place on Friday as negotiations between the Association of Garda Sergeants and Inspectors (AGSI) and the Department of Justice gained little ground.
Liverpool 2 Tottenham 1: There was something telling in the manner in which Daniel Sturridge celebrated the first of the goals which helped Liverpool secure safe passage to the fifth round of the EFL Cup last night.
As Bandon have shown in this year’s county championships, success in one code doesn’t have to come at the cost of the other and the minors of Mitchelstown and Ballygiblin – the October Rebel Óg monthly award winners – are further proof of that.
Excessive use of violence against women in TV shows does not reflect reality and is not necessary to draw audiences, says Ruth Penfold-Mounce
Judges described his satirical book on race relations in the US as “a novel of our times”.
For those of us of a certain generation the previous two decades probably felt like a simpler, better time – but not everything was so rosy.
There are few games I'm more excited about this year than Dishonored 2.
EU regulators have renewed a push to create a common base for calculating taxable corporate profits with draft legislation that threatens to isolate Ireland politically as the UK prepares to quit the bloc.