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Denis Naughten should excuse himself from anything to do with the Irish Times bid to buy the Irish Examiner, according to the Social Democrats.
Police in Toronto are trying to find the motive of a driver who ploughed into pedestrians on a crowded footpath, killing 10 people and injuring 15.
"The inevitable moment has come knocking on my door and I've welcomed it in for a drink."
Gardaí have boosted staffing to its Cyber Crime Bureau to more than 30 members and plan to clear the persistent backlog in the examination of computers in child abuse imagery cases by this time next year.
SWING’s 30th anniversary celebrations were full of optimism, writes Kevin Markham
The Eighth Amendment is nothing more than a straightjacket for women who continue to face crisis pregnancies, writes Josepha Madigan.
The festival, officially known as the Féile, was Ireland’s first ever multi-day music festival and took place at Semple Stadium from 1990 to 1994.
This is bound to make your day a little brighter.
Following an extensive investigation the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) today announced that they have cleared the proposed transaction whereby 'The Irish Times Designated Activity Company' (which publishes The Irish Times) would acquire sole control of Sappho Limited (which publishes the Irish Examiner) from Landmark Media Investments Limited.
Esther McCarthy goes back to the future at the newly renovated and renamed Great Southern Hotel.