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British prime minister Theresa May has failed to win any meaningful concessions to salvage her Brexit deal after another day of frantic talks left her future again hanging in doubt.
EXCLUSIVE: The cost of redeveloping Páirc Ui Chaoimh has soared towards €110m, with Croke Park now set to spend at least a decade in charge of the new stadium in Cork, the IrishExaminer has learned.
Plans for around 300 new homes in Carrigtwohill have been rejected because of the “substandard form” of the proposed development even after a revised plan to address concerns was submitted by the developer.
Fianna Fáil’s finance spokesperson Michael McGrath says that priority has to be given to ensuring that Irish claimants are paid by Danish insurer Qudos which went into liquidation recently.
A seven-year-old girl who crossed the US-Mexico border with her father last week died after being taken into the custody of the US Border Patrol, federal immigration authorities have confirmed.
The man authorities believe killed three people during a rampage near a Christmas market in Strasbourg has died in a shootout with police at the end of a two-day manhunt, French authorities said.
Will Waterford City and County Council really initiate enforcement proceedings against a wind farm in breach of planning laws? asks Special Correspondent Michael Clifford.
Mercy University Hospital (MUH) is “without doubt” an employer of choice in Cork with a 96% job offer to acceptance ratio, according to human resources director, Oonagh van Laren.
Peter McKenna on the five big issues facing Páirc Uí Chaoimh.
CJ Stander has lent some perspective to the disquiet over Munster’s failure to grab a bonus point against Castres last weekend.
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If you didn’t get to pay thousands of dollars to see Bruce Springsteen in action at the Walter Kerr Theatre, at least Netflix is about to broadcast one of those incredible performances, writes Ed Power.
Ariana Grande has released a new single titled Imagine, it is the follow-up to smash hit Thank U, Next.
Ask Audrey: The one thing that might impress a Cork woman is you not being septic even though you’re from Dublin