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A solicitor who represents a homeless man living in a tent on a Cork city quay has criticised the State for arresting and jailing his client for begging rather than tackling his problems.
Former taoiseach Brian Cowen has criticised Leo Varadkar for showing “inexperience” and called on him to “act in an adult way” when negotiating with Fianna Fáil.
The annual report for CyberSafeIreland found almost 20% of children are talking to strangers online every day.
Seven people have been injured in a knife attack in central Paris but police said that terrorism was not suspected.
Being a ‘genius’ now seems also a licence to be badly behaved, writes Terry Prone.
Roy Keane had admitted to Martin O’Neill that he has sometimes gone “overboard” when dishing out criticism to players, according to the Ireland manager.
Cool Cotter calls checkmate in camogie final but rules must change.
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CBS chief Les Moonves has resigned after six more women accused the long-time television executive of sexual misconduct.
Nick Rubin says you should abandon your phone’s alarm and wake up with the rest of the living world.
As the Leeside venue gets ready for a concert performance of The Mikado, Cathy Desmond gives the lowdown on the ever-popular operetta.