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Housing and Planning Minister Simon Coveney has said he is "not happy" that one waste collection company is telling customers that they must opt out of the pay-by-weight service.
Paris is to confer a medal of honour on the Irish soccer fans that turned the city into a sea of green and viral video hits over the course of Euro 2016.
Residents of a housing estate in Cork City say they are “living in fear and terror”, due to a marked rise in criminality.
Michael Ryan has defended Steven O’Brien’s inclusion in the Tipperary senior hurling panel in the wake of comments made by football selector Tommy Toomey.
Shocking footage of the moment a suicide bomber blew himself up at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport has emerged.
And in the Brexit vote for Britain to leave the European Union, that means inflicting more harm than good on the economy, says Cass R Sunstein
RTÉ sports presenter, Jacqui Hurley, has opened up about losing her brother, Sean Hurley, when he just was 25 years old.
When Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated in 1914 few could have predicted it would lead to the battle of the Somme, whose first day would be the bloodiest in British military history.
FIFA fans have uncovered a chemistry glitch within the Ultimate Team mode, which EA now says it is looking into.
President of the European Council Donald Tusk has ruled out free EU trade access for UK without also allowing freedom of movement.
UN urges action to prevent the unnecessary deaths of under-fives.
Fitch Ratings yesterday signalled it would not downgrade Ireland’s credit rating despite the huge market turmoil and warnings of slower growth here after the UK voted to quit the EU.
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