Evening Round-Up: HSE restructure, Water fines, Dundalk's dream continues
A High Court judge, in a significant decision, has ruled the "continuous residence" requirement in citizenship applications means an applicant for naturalisation must have "unbroken" residence in the State for an entire year immediately before the date of their application.
Spacey denied the allegations.
Dundalk are through to the second round of the Champions League qualifiers.
The transparency and accountability the new structure promised back in 2005 never materialised. Now the HSE is being reinvented again, writes Catherine Shanahan
Six seats next general election could see the Greens in government again, even if some party members are still bruised by their previous experience of coalition.
The announcement marks Toast's first international technology and product development centre outside of North America.
Ron Howard was happy to let the spirit of Luciano Pavarotti shine through in his documentary on the great tenor, writes Laura Harding.
The concert takes place tomorrow at the King Abdullah Sports Stadium.
The 26,000 square metre (279.862 square feet) artwork marks 50 years since Armstrong’s moon mission.