Cork pensioner raped young step-daughter who later gave birth to two of his children
Two men arrested in connection with a serious sex assault in Dublin yesterday have been released without charge.
Cork play Donegal tomorrow at 4pm.
Music festivals, sailing races, arts displays, and a poetry marathon are some of the events to be enjoyed this August bank holiday weekend.
Hurling’s seesaw tilts again.
Take a walk through a selection of stunning houses as they come on the market. (Updated 29/07/0216)
With police killings of black people still at disproportionately high levels, Obama’s endorsement of Clinton encapsulates the progress in race relations even as they remain riven by tensions, writes Bette Browne
Thank crunchie it’s Friday.
Uber driver Jose Figueroa admits he had a little devil on his shoulder after finding $3k in a wallet left in his car by a passenger.
Ireland will feature as a stop in the Capcom Pro Tour in September, which will see some of the best Street Fighter V players in Europe competing for precious ranking points.
Muslims and Christians have prayed together at a mosque in the French town where an elderly priest was killed this week, with one imam calling the extremists non-Muslims who are "not part of civilisation" or "humanity".
His own legacy on the line, US president Barack Obama implored Americans to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House, casting her as a candidate who believes in the optimism that drives the nation’s democracy and warning against the “deeply pessimistic vision” of Republican Donald Trump.
A man who syphoned off nearly €1m from his business PayPal account to his own bank account has been disqualified by the High Court from acting as a company director for five years.