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Post mortems will be carried out today on the bodies of five members of the same family who were found dead after a murder suicide in Co Cavan yesterday.
Celebrations for Gary and Paul O’Donovan are continuing long into the night in Skibbereen.
It was a simple and dignified ceremony, straight-forward and to the point with little or no fuss, one he himself would have been proud of.
“It’s the first time — which is ironic — that my young son Hudson is going to walk out with me and it’s my last time ever to play for Ireland. So it’s going to be a special moment and something I will certainly treasure.”
Olympic rowing heroes Gary and Paul O’Donovan went back to where it all began yesterday, telling a press conference at Skibbereen Rowing Club that they left their medals on the kitchen table on getting home and how the welcome they have received has taken them by surprise.
Two of journalism’s most radical figures, Julian Assange and Nick Denton, have, for different reasons seen their power and influence in the modern world decline, writes John Lloyd.
Gene Wilder, the star of children's favourite Willy Wonka And The Chocolate Factory, has died aged 83.
Meet the Houndsley brothers – the furry faces fronting a new campaign for clean eating for dogs.
The Witcher 3 Wild Hunt may be a long way away from its May 2015 release date but that doesn't mean developers CD Project RED are done with it yet with a major new patch on the way.
On what could be her last day as Brazil's president, Dilma Rousseff mounted a forceful defence of her time leading Latin America's most populous nation.
The Irish Naval Service made a record 771 migrant rescues in one day in the Mediterranean yesterday, following several operations which began at 6.40am.
Herbalife shares rose yesterday after billionaire Carl Icahn bought more than 2.3m shares in the nutrition company.