Fears release of rapist Christy Griffin could reignite Dublin gangland feud
Night workers, shift workers and new recruits are at a higher risk of workplace injury, compared to staff not working these hours.
President Donald Trump has said that although he is looking ahead optimistically to a historic summit meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un he could still pull out if he feels it is "not going to be fruitful".
Munster legend Alan Quinlan says it would be a "brave call" to drop Simon Zebo for Sunday's Champions Cup semi-final against Racing 92 in Bordeaux.
Prison officers believe the rule of law has “disappeared” from prisons and assaults on officers have become an accepted norm, according to the president of their representative body.
Barry Kelly hasn’t retired. Not officially, anyway. The 2017 season was his last as an inter-county referee but not as a match official.
To defer to markets to overcome the environmental woes of capitalism is a blueprint for disappointment and a recipe for planetary suicide, writes Ivan Ascher.
"I made an album that came from the heart, my heart is in Ireland and I feel that there's no better way than to go on national television and play those songs with a 45-piece orchestra,”
Bobbie Gordon thought Asda had made a typo when she was charged £930.11 for the 11p banana.
An Post says it has agreed with the Postmasters' Union that there will be no compulsory closure of offices.
Take a walk on the wild side with these paw-fect finds, says Sam Wylie-Harris.