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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has ruled out banning the right for people to take photographs and videos of gardai during protests and while they are on duty in a slap down to Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan.
The Policing Authority is to question Garda Commissioner Drew Harris about the policing of last week’s controversial repossession at a meeting next week.
A former cancer sufferer says the recession saved his life.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has agreed to permanently dismantle his main nuclear complex at Nyongbyon if the United States takes corresponding measures, South Korean president Moon Jae-in said.
Outcomes of previous blueprints have never matched the ambition. Major upheaval, both internally and external to the force, will be required, writes Michael Clifford.
Professional services giant PwC is to hire 80 staff and expand its office space in Cork amid “exponential growth in demand” for cybersecurity protection services.
Gaelic Players Association (GPA) chairman Seamus Hickey has welcomed GAA president John Horan’s idea of creating a role tasked with ensuring inter-county players are not overburdened and suffer burnout.
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To celebrate the launch of We Are Cork, Ciara McDonnell chats to five of Cork’s most prominent blow-ins about putting down roots in the rebel county.
Jack Black took aim at Donald Trump as he was honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
It's hard to put a finger on what makes Japanese gaming so special, but Sega’s Yakuza series is a great place to start exploring the question