Glasgow Warriors counted the cost of missing World Cup stars as their Guinness PRO14 campaign opened with a 48-14 defeat to the Cheetahs.
Joe McNamee plates up the latest in food news.
AS TV series Cold Feet returns to our screens, some of the ensemble cast talk about their much-lauded return and hint at what’s in store.
Oh happy day, curled up with a hitherto unread David Thomson film book.
A British holidaymaker has told how she feared she would never walk again after being crushed by a palm tree while sunbathing at a resort in Sri Lanka.
Substitute Moussa Dembele scored a sensational second-half hat-trick as Celtic extended their unbeaten domestic run to 29 games with a 5-2 win at St Johnstone.
A 22-year-old weightlifter has died after a barbell slipped from his grasp and crushed his neck at a gym in central Iowa.
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp is set to take control of a significant slice of Ireland’s commercial radio market after agreeing a £220.3m (€266m) takeover of Belfast-based Wireless Group.
Christy O’Connor didn’t subscribe to the view that his enormous success on the golf course was attributable to a natural God-given talent for the game.
PHIL LYNOTT died 30 years ago, aged 36, his demise undeniably hastened by the alcohol and heroin dependencies that characterised the last five years of his life.
THE central theme of Rupert Thomson’s haunting novel is how we shape our identity, and ultimately our destiny.
Could Ardal O’Hanlon’s new comedy on Sky really exorcise the ghosts of Father Ted? He’s not bothered either way, writes Keeley Bolger
The driver of the bin lorry that crashed in Glasgow killing six people has refused to answer a series of questions at the fatal accident inquiry into the tragedy.
Sandy Thomson admits stable star Seeyouatmidnight has plenty on his plate as he bids for back-to-back victories in the Rendlesham Hurdle at Haydock today.
Scotland 23 Ireland 18: Club International: Ireland suffered late heartbreak in Galashiels last night as Scotland won back the Dalriada Cup after a cracking encounter with their Scottish counterparts.
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Michael Cheika said the "real physical business" was about to begin for Australia, after they marked the start of their European tour with a dramatic 40-36 win over the Barbarians in his first game as Wallaby coach.
Barbarians 36 Australia 40
Third-level students are to engage in underwater robot wars as part of the first innovation week organised by the Irish Maritime and Energy Research Cluster.
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp has joined the fray in Google’s protracted European antitrust case, saying the technology company unfairly distorts competition.
Scottish Premiership play-off final: Hibernian 0 Hamilton 2 (aggregate 2-2, Hamilton win 4-3 on penalties)
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A 14-year-old girl who died after she was in collision with a car has been buried in her “ultimate” pink prom dress following her Barbie-themed party-funeral.
Argentine scientists tap cow burps for natural gas
The world’s largest charter airline is to use Shannon Airport to train pilots on its Boeing 787 Dreamliner jets.
Hibernian 0 Celtic 3
A blind woman has spoken of her disappointment at being told by a travel company that she cannot fly unless she is accompanied by a carer.
Limerick FC assistant manager Malky Thomson believes his side have the character to bounce back from Saturday’s defeat by St Patrick’s Athletic against Shamrock Rovers tomorrow.
A man has spoken of his relief after being cleared of assault in the UK during a “master-slave” sex session inspired by erotic novel Fifty Shades Of Grey.
Goalkeeper Lukasz Zaluska was given a rare start for Celtic in their Clydesdale Bank Premier League clash with Hearts at Parkhead.
Prince Albert of Monaco has accepted an apology and substantial damages from Britain’s Sunday Times newspaper over an article suggesting his wife Princess Charlene was reluctant to marry him, lawyers said.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged supporters not to spoil the club’s reputation after reports of trouble at the St Stephen’s Day clash with Dundee.
Celtic manager Neil Lennon has urged supporters not to spoil the club’s reputation after reports of trouble at the St Stephen's Day clash with Dundee.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon has revealed he was encouraged by yesterday’s meeting with the Scottish Football Association’s compliance officer, Vincent Lunny.
Rupert Murdoch today called time on News Corporation’s digital newspaper The Daily as he unveiled a revamped team at the top of the media giant’s new publishing arm.
Scotland 22 New Zealand 51
Blackburn 1 Middlesbrough 2
The grocery market has fallen by 1.3% — the steepest decline since Aug 2010 — in the 12 weeks ended Jul 8, according to share figures from Kantar Worldpanel.
Zach Johnson won a play-off for the John Deere Classic on the US PGA Tour on Sunday when he drilled a six-iron from a fairway bunker to within 12 inches of the cup.
New Zealand 22 Ireland 19
Hibernian 1 Hearts 5
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