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Twelve people are due before Kilkenny District Court in the coming weeks, after following a major Garda operation in the county.
A preliminary hearing into the Buncrana Pier Tragedy is due to get underway in Donegal today.
In 2009, a punch from a stranger changed Brian Hogan’s life forever. He was the launch of a report which tells the experiences of people living with brain injuries.
Searches for the Grenfell Tower missing are continuing frantically as a police commander expressed hope the death toll would not hit triple figures.
A US college student who emerged from prison in North Korea in a coma has severe brain damage but doctors do not know what caused it, a team treating him has said.
The best outcome for Ireland would be the forcing of a second referendum, which based on the election results last weekend, would likely vote to remain within the EU, writes Jim Power.
Cork County Board have refused to comment amid fears that the cost of the Páirc Uí Chaoimh redevelopment project may rise to €85m.
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From academic prowess to cutting-edge research, Ireland’s young women are an impressive bunch, writes Niamh Hennessy.
A céad míle fáilte, mini-stampede towards a famous singer, and, believe it or not, one guitar smashed to pieces on stage. No, Justin Bieber wasn't in town, but a man who could easily be described as the world's most successful pop star: Cliff Richard.
If having a baby wasn’t emotional enough, try having your 12-year-old daughter help deliver him/her.
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