MORNING BULLETIN: Garda claims colleagues bullied him over ethnicity and religion; Families of Berkeley balcony collapse victims reach settlement
Gardaí say they are investigating allegations of child grooming against two people in Co. Louth.
Zimbabwe's ruling party is set to begin impeachment proceedings against President Robert Mugabe.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes striker Daniel Sturridge needs to put aside any concerns he may have about his place in the side for the good of the club's season.
The investigation into the blacking out of street signs named after Britain’s Queen Victoria resulted in a councillor and two other men being charged at Cork District Court yesterday.
Talk of revenge for Cardiff two years ago will fill many a column inch between now and Ireland’s meeting with Argentina on Saturday, but CJ Stander insists it isn’t a primary motivation for Joe Schmidt and his squad.
The Christmas celebrations got off to a glittering start last night as upwards of 20,000 people flocked to Cork city centre for the switching on of the Christmas lights, with Lord Mayor Tony Fitzgerald lighting up the city centre shortly after 7pm.
A stable and secure EU could become the most important pillar of the UK’s post-Brexit security strategy, writes Jacek Rostowski
Actor Harrison Ford rushed to the scene of a car accident over the weekend.
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The European Banking Authority (EBA) will not relocate to Dublin after it leaves the UK, after the Irish capital was pipped at the post by Paris in dramatic fashion.