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It is being reported that a homeless woman has given birth to stillborn twins in Dublin.
Family members of three men who were taken from the water just off Coonanna Harbour in south Kerry yesterday evening have come forward to investigating gardaí in Caherciveen.
Gardaí are investigating after a teenager was assaulted in Limerick city yesterday morning after trying to stop a fight.
Documentary-makers claim to have identified two prime suspects in the 1974 IRA Birmingham pub bombings.
The actor, Emma Watson, has written a passionate tribute to Savita Halappanavar ahead of the sixth anniversary of her passing, saying "we continue the fight for reproductive justice".
UK Chancellor Philip Hammond has launched a scathing attack on Boris Johnson, dismissing the former foreign secretary’s Brexit proposals as “fantasy world” and repeatedly saying he does not expect him to become prime minister.
Aldi has considered stockpiling food as part of its preparations for Brexit, the discount grocer’s Ireland and UK boss said today.
We have come a long way in 10 years since the banking bailout, writes Paschal Donohoe.
Patrick Reed admitted egos were a problem for the American team as he blamed Jordan Spieth for the end of their successful Ryder Cup partnership.
Roy Keane is unlikely to be joining Richard Keys and Andy Gray as a pundit on beIn Sports in Qatar any time soon.
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President Michael D Higgins was in for a musical treat over the weekend thanks to Limerick Gospel Choir.
Dublin-based graphic designer, Olivia Kinsella, has not let fat-shaming trolls get in the way of her blogging.
WATCH: Irish Eurovision entrant, Brendan Murray receives X Factor golden buzzer.