LUNCHTIME BULLETIN: Man dies following attack at filling station in Cork
A 28-year-old man has pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the killing of a teenager in Blanchardstown in 2010.
Driven by greed, Ian Stewart secretly spent months poisoning the Electra Brown writer with sedatives.
Jose Mourinho cannot guarantee that Wayne Rooney will end the season at Manchester United, amid reports the forward is ready to head to the Chinese Super League.
The country’s rental market watchdog has seen a spike in cases of landlords wrongly trying to drive through rent hikes in anticipation of capped rates rolling out in areas under new government measures.
Cork will oppose the All-Ireland SFC ‘Super 8’ proposal at this weekend’s GAA Annual Congress in Croke Park, but will back the Club Players’ Association’s request for official recognition.
The first of three massive cranes was loaded onto the Albatross this afternoon at the Cork Dockyard. Dan Linehan was on the scene to give us the lowdown on the action.
Yesterday was to be the day. Those Fine Gael rebels who had vented their spleen last week about wanting rid of Enda Kenny had until 1pm to put down a motion of no confidence in time for tonight’s meeting.
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The US president said the museum is a “meaningful reminder of why we have to fight bigotry, intolerance and hatred in all forms.”
Hotly anticipated Western video game Red Dead Redemption 2 may be released on the PC when the game launches later this year, according to an article from Game Rant.
Banks in Ireland had sought since 2009 to play down the tracker mortgage scandal which has had a “catastrophic” effect on customers, an expert in tracker mortgages has alleged at the Oireachtas Finance Committee.