MIND magician Keith Barry powers through the day on as little as four hours’ sleep a night.
Schools cannot share certain information with the HSE about vaccination rates among students because of GDPR even if it will help to pinpoint where uptake is low.
The IMRO Radio Awards took place last night at the Lyrath Estate Hotel in Kilkenny.
The family of a grandfather who suffered a serious head injury after being involved in an accident in Portugal say they are trying to raise the funds to get him home on an air ambulance to Ireland.
Four new inductees have been announced for the 2019 IMRO Hall of Fame today.
A moment of arrival for Ciara Neville, packed into 11.33 blissful seconds of blazing speed, which passed by in a bright, brilliant blur.
Archery supplies Ireland’s first interest at the European Games in Minsk, with just one Irish competitor in action on the opening day.
A number of top artists are coming together to raise funds for the mental health charity Aware.
Award-winning broadcaster Radio Kerry is set to add two more stations to its portfolio with the acquisition of Clare FM and Tipp FM.
Medal hopes Thomas Barr and Ciara Mageean gave themselves the perfect send-off for next week’s European Championships in Berlin with foot-perfect performances at the Irish Life Health National Championships in Santry yesterday.
The husband of missing woman, Tina Satchwell, has used the first anniversary of her disappearance to tell her his arms are open for her to come home.
A taxi driver who claimed he was injured when a passenger opened the door of his cab into the path of an oncoming bus, has settled an appeal over the dismissal of a damages claim against Dublin Bus.
Gardaí are examining claims that members of the force made a joke around missing Cork woman Tina Satchwell but have not yet decided if disciplinary proceedings are warranted or not.
Two daughters of a Cork man sentenced to 10 years in jail today for sexually abusing them over a number of years have told 3News that they had adored him, but he took their childhood innocence.
Latest: The monkey who escaped from Fota Wildlife Park in Co Cork is safely back in its enclosure this evening.
They then quickly moved on to what is “generally known as the greatest goal of all time”, the groom’s goal against Sligo Rover in 2007 - complete with a play by play.
The girlfriend of the man jailed for shooting a girl in the neck believes he’s innocent and said she plans to stand by him.
Business leaders in one of Cork’s largest towns will host a special event tomorrow night to celebrate the incredible successes of the National Rowing Centre based nearby.
A former HSE official has been fined for assaulting a TV3 cameraman outside a courthouse and given a suspended jail term for daubing offensive graffiti on cemetery headstones at a Republican plot in Cork.
Many times in her career, Fionnuala McCormack has had to grin and bear as she dealt with the bitter taste of fourth place at a major championships, but this time it was clear she had enough.
From knowing what a playdate is to caring about work/life balance, being a dad changes it all. Olivia Kelleher talks fatherhood with three well-known broadcasters .
Upmarket Dublin-based eatery and food retailer Fallon and Byrne returned to profit last year with turnover rising by over 19%.
Kya deLongchamps celebrates the enigma and variations of one of the UK’s most celebrated industrial designers — Israeli-born Ron Arad.
Rob Heffernan walked away from the Morton Stadium frustrated as he saw a mid-afternoon red card in the men’s 10,000 metres walk.
Pete McGrath will end his boycott with RTÉ after Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC qualifier against Westmeath.
A man is to face trial accused of stealing approximately €160,000 by fraudulently drawing his dead mother’s pension for 16 years.
Permanent TSB has raised €300m of debt financing, via the issuance of a three-year senior unsecured medium-term note.
Moody’s has upgraded Permanent TSB’s deposit and senior unsecured ratings on the back of its recent €525m capital raise.
Kya deLongchamps discovers that the decade taste forgot was merely misunderstood, and more than deserves a second chance.
A garda car carrying a man to prison was ambushed by a group of friends in a bid to free the prisoner, Dublin Circuit Criminal Court has heard.
IT’S THE season for detoxing, diets and doing right by your body. And given the time of year that’s in it, we’re being bombarded with information on what newfangled workouts we might be enjoying in 2015.
Two gunmen marched into a Cabra pub and fired eight bullets into Dublin crime boss Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne, an inquest heard.
Two gunmen marched into a Cabra pub and fired eight bullets into crime boss Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne, an inquest heard.
Two gunmen marched into a Cabra pub and fired eight bullets into crime boss Eamon ‘The Don’ Dunne who was tryng to protect himself by hiding behind a lounge boy, an inquest has heard.
A lot more people have braved a bucket of cold water and ice to help raise awareness and funds for the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association.
In the run-up to Bastille Day, singer, Jeanette Byrne (inset), will perform from the songbook of the famous French chanteuse Edith Piaf at Triskel Christchurch in Cork on Saturday.
The Houses of the Oireachtas Commission has been hit with significant penalties after it was found to have carelessly under-declared its tax liabilities for taxies used by staff to commute from work.
I was tearing out the door to follow Lynn Boylan on the canvass when Mary Lou’s letter arrived. It was one of those personally addressed missives that only Fianna Fáil used to be able to afford.
The opportunity to lay down early season markers and maybe achieve a qualifying performance for the various summer championships has seen a huge entry of over 200 athletes for the annual Leevale T&F meeting tomorrow.
IF you thought Páirc Uí Chaoimh rocked to the ‘Boss’, Bruce Springsteen, two weeks ago, imagine what it was like 25 years ago this week (Tuesday, Jul 30), when the ‘King of Pop’, Michael Jackson, played two gigs there.
A woman has been given a life sentence after being convicted of murdering her husband by stabbing him 61 times.
A 40 year old Dublin woman who stabbed her husband over 60 times has been convicted of his murder and jailed for life.
The jury in the trial of a Dublin woman accused of murdering her husband in Tallaght four years ago has begun considering its verdict.
The jury in the trial of a woman accused of murdering her husband by stabbing him over 60 times has been told to consider a verdict of diminished responsibility.
A psychiatric expert has agreed under cross examination that murder accused Tanya Doyle's behaviour was "certainly odd" in the days before stabbing her husband more than 60 times.
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