Three dead in overnight road accident
Developments worth several hundred million euro are signalled for strategic Cork city and harbour water-fronting sites, at CIÉ-owned Horgan’s Quay, and separately at Marino Point for Port of Cork, write Tommy Barker and Séan O’Riordan.
Chelsea had Cesc Fabregas sent off as they beat Liverpool 1-0 in their International Champions Cup clash in Los Angeles.
A “violent, evil” Limerick man, who previously ordered the shooting of a man outside a child’s christening, has been jailed for five years for robbing a tourist at knifepoint on St Patrick’s Day.
Fact: Not since the 2012 Munster semi-final have Cork taken out a football team sat higher than them on championship’s ladder. It’s a stat that frustrates Paul Kerrigan.
The Gardaí have issued an appeal for people to take responsibility for their own behaviour with the Bank Holiday weekend coming up and have urged the public not to drink and drive.
They comprise 22% of the US electorate and are decisive, but they do not vote uniformly and while they want a president of belief, he or she does not have to be of their faith, says Jonathan Alter
We've rounded up our top stories from the world of showbiz to take your mind off Hughie being robbed of the Big Brother title last night.
Ever wondered what pure indulgence tastes like? Yes? Well now there’re a series of infographics to tell you exactly.
No Man't Sky is getting close to launch now and we've been learning more about the game with a series of videos outlining what you're actually going to be doing when the title actually arrives.
US president Barack Obama has implored Americans to elect Hillary Clinton to the White House, casting her as a candidate who believes in the optimism that powers the nation's democracy and warning against the "deeply pessimistic vision" of Republican Donald Trump.
The world is at war, but it is not a war of religions, Pope Francis has said.
There is no good outcome for the Irish economy from the UK’s decision to exit the EU, the Central Bank has warned, with indigenous firms likely to be in the frontline for years to come.