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A Catholic church in east Cork is to commemorate victims of mother and baby homes and of clerical child abuse after a protest group hung children’s shoes on the church railings.
A Donegal man who fell from a bridge in Australia has awoken from a coma on his 21st birthday and told his parents: “I love you, Mum and Dad.”
Mickey Harte was diagnosed with bladder cancer in early 2015 and received ongoing treatment up until last December, when he finally got the all-clear.
Two people evacuated from a hotel in Egypt where a British couple died are reported to have the bacterial infection shigella.
Austerity prevails in the West because three powerful political tribes champion it, causing unnecessary hardship for vast swathes of humanity, writes Yanis Varoufakis.
Charlie Redmond was in Omagh for Dublin’s Super 8s game last month when a couple of Tyrone teenagers cheekily brought up 1995.
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Robert Hume explores six popular myths about the improbable life of Cork’s Anne Bonny, the Caribbean pirate queen.
A headline slot at Electric Picnic is just another marker in the inexorable rise of Jorja Smith, writes Ed Power.
Coleen Nolan has said she regrets taking part in Kim Woodburn’s controversial Loose Women appearance, saying it was “upsetting and unpleasant for everyone”.