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The number of homeless people in Ireland has reached another new record.
Counter-terrorism detectives are attempting to trace any associates of Khalid Masood as they mount a huge investigation to establish what triggered the terrorist's murderous rampage in Westminster.
The Irish team facing Wales tonight has been named.
A husband thought he was doing the right thing by rushing his beloved wife back to Cork University Hospital’s (CUH) mental health unit after she overdosed. He thought the unit’s medical staff, who had been caring for her earlier, could organise the urgent care she so desperately needed.
With the Irish and Welsh choirs in full voice for a World Cup qualifier at a sold-out Aviva Stadium, it’s safe to predict that Lansdowne Road is going to be a noisy place tonight.
A new partnership between the University of Limerick and the Irish Examiner has been launched, in which coursework produced by UL journalism students’ will be highlighted on irishexaminer.com.
Dr Máiréad Collins, Christian Aids advocacy officer for Syria, reflects on the prospects for the war-torn nation, ahead of next week’s major conference in Brussels, 'Supporting the future of Syria and the Region'.
"Don't be a selfish git."
People are being urged to give what they can to help the 140,000 cancer patients and survivors in Ireland.
The Central Bank will likely verify how many people lost their homes as a result of the tracker mortgage when it issues its final report, as it emerged that the number of affected customers has now reached almost 10,000.