Cork sisters talk about their journey from being brothers
A 13-year-old boy who was seriously injured in a collision on Saturday has died as a result of his injuries.
The Mayo County Board have acceded to a request by senior manager Stephen Rochford to postpone club championship games fixed for this weekend until the week after the September 18 All-Ireland final, writes John Fogarty of the Irish Examiner.
A senior Government minister has urged FAI chief executive John Delaney to “live up to the spirit” of the Olympic Council of Ireland’s position that it will co-operate fully with any Olympics ticket inquiry.
It’s the hope that gets you every time. You subconsciously start to build walls after disappointments to protect yourself, and you insist you won’t let the same blind faith seep in and cloud your judgement again.
The Irish Redhead Convention will take place for the sixth year running in the beautiful sailing village of Crosshaven in County Cork. It started as a joke in the siblings family pub and succeeded to becoming a gathering of extraordinary uniqueness, attracting hundreds of redheads from all over Ireland and the world.
The name of the game right now is ‘encouragement’, writes Fiachra Ó’Cionnaith
The Chicago Rose Maggie McEldowney has been crowned the 2016 Rose of Tralee.
Former Irish Hockey International Lisa Jacob and her partner, pilot and triathlete Nikki Dorey will be the first all-female duo to cycle the punishing ultra-distance 2,150km non-stop 'Race Around Ireland' - and they are doing it all for charity.
There's an Irish character in the upcoming Mafia III called Thomas Burke. See how many stereotypes you can count in this video about the fella.
A magnitude 6.1 earthquake has struck central Italy, levelling buildings as people slept, with one mayor saying his town "isn't here any more".
A judge ordered the US State Department to review for possible release 14,900 of Hillary Clinton’s emails and attachments that the FBI found when investigating her use of a private email server as secretary of state.
Sterling ticked higher yesterday against the euro after UK surveys suggested that orders for British manufacturing exports had risen following a Brexit-induced slump in the pound, and that UK consumers were spending more.