The rise and fall of the world's oldest head of state, Robert Mugabe

Africa has been riveted by the drama that led to long-time Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe's resignation after 37 years in power.

Victims remembered following death of hippie cult killer Charles Manson

Charles Manson, the hippie cult leader who became the hypnotic-eyed face of evil across America after masterminding the gruesome murders of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six others in Los Angeles during the summer of 1969, has died after nearly a half-century in prison.

Cork City seeks advice on docks development

Cork City has asked for expert advice on flood protection and insurance issues in a bid to unlock the multi-billion euro development potential of one of Ireland’s largest brownfield sites which is below high-tide level.

Fianna Fáil may recruit Tóibín over 8th stance

Fianna Fáil could now look to poach Sinn Féin’s Peadar Tóibín after his party rejected his calls for a free vote on abortion.

Ireland lose out to French again over EU banking agency

Ireland has lost out of hundreds of high-paid jobs, tens of millions of euro in revenue and the chance to fully restore our international financial credibility after losing a European Banking Authority bidding war by the bounce of a ball.

St Patrick's Mental Health Services confirms it received official complaint in relation to Al Porter

St Patrick's Mental Health Services has confirmed it has received an official complaint in relation to Al Porter.

Latest: 'Deeply saddening' that racism is still part of football, says Cyrus Christie

LATEST: Republic of Ireland defender Cyrus Christie has tonight responded to racist messages targeting him on social media.