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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane's five-year reign as Republic of Ireland manager is over after he agreed to step down from his role.
As the positive results dried up, there was nothing to provide hope or entertainment for the fans who deserted him last week
An investigation of Scouting Ireland has found evidence of 71 alleged abusers and 108 alleged victims within the organisation.
The housing protest group, Take Back The City, are holding a demonstration at the offices of the Residential Tenancies Board in Dublin.
Two hundred people attended a public meeting in Wicklow Town last night to express their concerns about a hundred asylum seekers arriving in the town.
Donald Trump has provided a special counsel with written answers to questions about his knowledge of Russian interference in the 2016 election, his lawyers said, avoiding, for now, a potentially risky sit-down with prosecutors.
South Korea’s Kim Jong Yang has been elected as Interpol’s next president, edging out a veteran of Russia’s security services who was strongly opposed by the US, Britain and other European nations.
Almost 500 jobs are to be lost at Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier in Northern Ireland.
Cork Chamber president Bill O’Connell used his address at the organisation’s annual Dublin dinner to outline a vision of how he sees Cork in 2030 if the “once in a lifetime opportunity is grasped” for the city.
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