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Gardaí have asked for the public’s help in efforts to find missing man Patrick Wright.
Kilkenny hurling legend DJ Carey has taken up a key role with the county’s underage footballers.
Child sexual abuse images of infants up to three years of age were reported in Ireland last year.
GAA Linesmen and fourth officials have been told to be extremely vigilant in policing “lawless” sidelines after a spate of incidents this month.
Car giant Toyota is recalling more than three million vehicles over problems with air bags and fuel emission controls.
And in the Brexit vote for Britain to leave the European Union, that means inflicting more harm than good on the economy, says Cass R Sunstein
Love/Hate star Laurence Kinlan has fired back at Katie Taylor, after she criticised golfers Shane Lowry and Rory McIlroy for pulling out of the Olympic Games.
So you bought Wimbledon tickets in some sort of mad impulse hoping to see Andy Murray in action at SW19.
The trailer has arrived for July's free PlayStation Plus titles on PlayStation 4, and it looks set to be a good month to hold a subscription.
CCTV footage has emerged of the dramatic moment a bomb exploded at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul last night.
UN urges action to prevent the unnecessary deaths of under-fives.
Fitch Ratings yesterday signalled it would not downgrade Ireland’s credit rating despite the huge market turmoil and warnings of slower growth here after the UK voted to quit the EU.
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