An iconic Cork restaurant was one of a record 23 food outlets forced to close in November over hygiene concerns.
The PSNI as well as firefighters and the ambulance service sealed off the scene close to a courthouse on Bishop Street in the city.
A deaf victim of DoneDeal fraudster Patrick Matthews has been left “very hurt and angry” by his former flatmate’s deception.
A fraudster yesterday appeared in court in connection with ripping off 25 individuals who paid over monies after seeing ads on the DoneDeal.ie website for holiday homes and a One Direction ticket.
Wreaths will be laid at seven locations around Dublin which were key to the Easter Rising as commemorations marking the 100th anniversary of the rebellion continue across the country.
Tributes and well-wishes poured in yesterday for a garda who was shot and seriously injured during an armed robbery in the United States.
Supporters have cheered a man as he arrived at court in the North to face murder charges.
The dilapidated offices where plans for the Titanic were drawn up are to be re-opened as part of a £5m (€5.9m) regeneration project.
Two children’s homes run by the Catholic Church will be investigated first as part of a major inquiry into institutional abuse in the North, it has been revealed.
Security gates surrounding the centre of the UK’s first City of Culture are to be removed, it was announced today.
Twenty-five petrol bombs were hurled during street disturbances in Northern Ireland by children as young as 14, police have said.
A Limerick man who murdered a Ukrainian-born teenager by stabbing him through the chest has failed in an appeal against his conviction.
Dissident republicans suspected of planting a car bomb at a courthouse in the North were intent on causing murder and destruction, the Stormont Justice Minister has said.
Part of Derry city centre remains sealed off this morning as a security alert continues close to the courthouse.
Bomb disposal experts tonight carried out a controlled explosion on a suspect vehicle abandoned in Derry the PSNI have said.
A SPECIAL choral concert was held in Cork’s landmark St Fin Barre’s Cathedral last night to inaugurate its new choir organ.
A Limerick teenager has been jailed for five years at the Central Criminal Court for his role in the stabbing of his former school friend over two years ago.
An 18-year-old man accused of murdering a Ukrainian teenager in Limerick two years ago pleaded guilty to manslaughter today.
A MAN who drowned at Inny Strand in Waterville, Co Kerry, 21 years ago while trying to rescue his lifelong friend in treacherous conditions was honoured posthumously with the highest national bravery award at a ceremony in Leinster House.
Tears of joy were shed today as the State recognised courageous people for outstanding acts of bravery.
Two Limerick men have pleaded not guilty to the murder of a Ukranian teenager in Limerick two years ago.
The Real IRA is being blamed for a number of security alerts in Derry.
Efforts are continuing in Derry to quell rioting at a notorious interface in the city.
Three men were arrested today by detectives investigating a gun attack on an off-duty police officer in the North.
A 19-YEAR-OLD carpenter was yesterday charged in connection with the fatal crash that claimed the life of a garda and a firefighter in Co Limerick last February.
Police in Derry have arrested three men this morning in connection with what the PSNI is describing as "serious terrorist crime".
A PSNI officer was shot in the chest in Dungannon, Co Tyrone, yesterday in the second attack of its kind in the North in less than a week.
A policeman shot in the arm as he sat in heavy traffic in the North is stable in hospital tonight.
An off-duty policeman was shot and wounded outside a school in the North today.
A museum cataloguing the Troubles era in Derry is to open with the help of grant aid from the Government, it was confirmed today.
A HIT-AND-RUN driver involved in a crash resulting in the death of a senior official of a Cork rugby club has walked free from a Canadian court.
A DUBLIN mother-of-eight and her pregnant daughter are still full of Christmas cheer as they enter the fifth day of a frosty 10-day vigil in search of the ultimate holiday bargain.
CLOSE enough to Cork’s St Fin Barre’s Cathedral to hear the choirs, the former Verger’s House is going for something a bit more than a song.
Police in Derry were working with community representatives tonight to stop stone throwing incidents in the city centre.
The legendary gaelic footballer Sean Purcell was a humble man who bore his greatness lightly, friends said today.
Police in the North came under attack from petrol bombs during disturbances in nationalist areas of Derry last night.
AN Irish rugby official was fighting for his life in a Canadian hospital last night after suffering critical injuries in a hit and run.
THE grandmother of a 10-year-old girl who died while awaiting a double liver transplant spoke yesterday of the family’s pain at her passing.
Gardai in Dublin are asking for the public’s help in finding a 73-year-old woman who hasn’t been seen since last Thursday.
Families were evacuated from their homes today after a failed bid to bomb a police station in the North.
The Provisional IRA was accused of involvement in a bombing outside an army base in Derry early today.
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