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The first TV and radio debate of the election campaign takes place tonight.
Sebastian Coe has vowed the IAAF will not accept a decision by food giant Nestle to abruptly terminate its sponsorship deal with world athletics’ governing body.
A consultant orthopaedic surgeon, who had to cancel four out of five hip operations yesterday, has blamed the health minister’s new escalation protocol which he said “effectively castrates local bed management”.
Dublin’s senior teams could make the National Sports Campus (NSC) their new training home before the start of the Leinster championships.
Disturbing eye-witness footage of the scenes just moments after David Byrne was shot dead at the Regency Hotel last Friday have emerged, showing the assassins making their getaway and what happened before gardai arrived.
Challenging the authority of the Church was not easy, but 50 years ago this week, Gay Byrne helped spark a cultural revolution with the ‘bishop and the nightie’ affair, writes Ryle Dwyer
If you’re lucky enough to be heading off on a ski holiday, you’ll want to make the most of those precious few days in the mountains.
After two months on hiatus, Blizzard's Overwatch is playable again in beta form.
The US has dismissed a proposal by Russia for a March 1 ceasefire in Syria, saying Moscow is giving itself and the Syrian government a three-week window to try to crush moderate rebel groups.
Serial killer’s account of the 14 hours during which he raped, tortured, and strangled teen finally revealed.
Oil prices should recover in the second half of this year and end 2016 at between $60 and $65 per barrel, Tullow Oil chief Aidan Heavey has said.
Kate Winslet won't boycott the Oscars because she wants to see her friend Leonardo DiCaprio win.