#8thRef Latest: 'We will make history' says Taoiseach as exit polls predict two-thirds majority for Yes side
The scale of the predicted 68-32% abortion referendum yes vote victory is likely to hamstring ongoing opposition to the Government's 12-week abortion access plans when the issue returns to the Dáil in the coming months.
The first lady spent five nights in hospital.
Kieran Sadlier scored twice – the second an amazing goal from his own area – as Cork City made it two away wins in five days, seeing off St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park on Friday night.
The “legal extortion” of crippling insurance premiums is threatening the existence of Ireland’s social fabric, including farmers’ marts, festivals and community celebrations, GAA clubs, and even children’s charities.
Former champion Rory McIlroy found the spark he was looking for with his best ever opening round in the BMW PGA Championship, despite a final hole which was far from picture perfect.
Suspicions were raised when a person with a winning ticket chose anonymity rather than claiming the $16.5m priize. Details of a massive scam soon emerged, writes Reid Forgrave
Latest: Harvey Weinstein has been charged with rape, criminal sex act, sex abuse and sexual misconduct for incidents involving two separate women, police in New York have said.
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Will anything change for the tech changes following the latest ruling on patent infringement?
The Young Offenders introduced The Frank & Walters to a whole new audience, so much so that next weekend they headline Cork’s Right Here Right Now festival. From Sir Henry’s to their old rehearsing venues, the band marks the event by taking Ed Power on a walking tour of the city that made them