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With less than a week to go to the papal visit, one of the leaders of the Catholic Church in Ireland has defended the Pope’s record of dealing with clerical child abuse, saying Francis is up against the might of the Vatican.
A huge section of the bridge collapsed on August 14 during a fierce storm, killing 43 people.
Limerick consigned 1973 to the past in a dramatic finale when it seemed they had easily seen off a disappointing Galway.
Alexander Dubcek’s reforms in Czechoslovakia in 1968 were ultimately adopted by the USSR, but he would have been disappointed by the outcome, writes Geoffrey Roberts.
There is no practical way of prosecuting somebody for insurance fraud in this country, say experts as they urge the creation of a dedicated Garda unit There is an oddly polite language used in court around the issue of personal injury fraud.
US housemate Natalie Nunn was also unimpressed with the challenge.
Would you eat chocolate spread and avocado on toast?
Tech giants, global banks, drug companies and an online retailer are among the companies here to receive millions in taxpayers money for job creation.
From stand-up comedy to the set of Mad Men and back again, Allan Havey has shared stages with the biggest names in showbusiness, says Richard Fitzpatrick.