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An upcoming documentary about missing Wexford teenager, Fiona Sinnott, will examine her life prior to her murder.
A 44-year-old man died from injuries he sustained in the suspected arson attack in Terenure in the early hours of Tuesday.
Hoteliers in Dublin have been advised that converting basement floors to provide windowless bedrooms is not the answer to the city’s shortage of tourist accommodation.
US tabloid magazine the National Enquirer kept a safe containing documents on hush-money payments and other damaging stories it killed as part of its relationship with Donald Trump leading up to the 2016 presidential election, according to sources.
A nearly man in the world of football, David Icke has made a career out of conspiracies, writes Michael Clifford.
Niall Quinn says it’s important for James McClean to concentrate on his football after the Ireland international was involved in a bust-up with fellow Stoke City players.
Liverpool’s owners Fenway Sports Group are still open to new outside investment but remain steadfast in their stance the club is not for sale.
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Foil, Arms and Hog provide some questionable career guidance to Leaving Cert students.
If you’re off to see the Pope in Dublin this weekend then this shop in Mayo has got you covered.
Jim Parsons has broken his silence about the news The Big Bang Theory will finish at the end of its upcoming twelfth series.