Ulster Bank set to sell up to 7,000 home loans
Eighteen residential premises in Limerick and Dublin have been raided this morning as part of an investigation into a Dublin-based organised crime gang.
A California couple charged with torturing their children by starving, beating and shackling them are due in court today.
Schmidt and Gatland are set to lock horns again tomorrow, when Ireland’s NatWest 6 Nations title bid faces its toughest test yet against the Welsh at the Aviva Stadium.
A criminal who was trying to get into the “headstone business” has been jailed for 18 months after causing criminal damage to cemetery headstones in what the judge described as “an unbelievable mean, despicable crime”.
‘Everybody knew Gaybo the length and breadth of the country and beyond’ - Gabriel Howard, a legendary figure in Irish cycling, passed away earlier this month following a farm accident, writes Paul Fitzpatrick
Removing the Eighth Amendment is the first step to ensuring caring and compassionate healthcare that meets the needs of all women and girls in Ireland, writes Orla O’Connor.
Both actresses had hit out at him after he used their statements about him.
The site will be the "world’s first crowdfunded craft beer hotel attached to a brand new BrewDog sour beer facility”.
Regional airline Flybe would view a takeover swoop by Stobart Group as "opportunistic" if an official bid is made, the Press Association understands.
Leslie Williams samples the food and wine at Ely Bar and Brasserie.