Call to name and shame abusive clergy
The funeral of one of the victims in the Donegal crash is taking place today.
The parade was one of thousands held across Indonesia to mark independence.
Van Dijk helped the Reds keep a clean sheet at Selhurst Park.
Just after 1.45pm, somebody in the ballroom of the Gresham Hotel said, “You’d think it was Obama we were waiting for”.
After nine years of unprecedented peacetime economic hardship, Greece exits its IMF bailout programme ending a series of three bailouts organised by the so-called troika of the IMF, European Central Bank and European Commission, writes Dimitrios Syrrakos.
Britney Spears played the 3Arena in Dublin last night.
The Carlow Rose touched many viewers with her openness about becoming pregnant at 21 and her parents' struggle with their heroin addiction.
Cask beat over 500 entries to the award, with the cocktail bar being deemed to be outstanding in all areas, with judges particularly noting its unique design.
‘The Children Act’ is this summer’s second film to deal with Jehovah’s Witnesses and the refusal of followers to accept blood transfusions — a cornerstone of their faith, writes Esther McCarthy