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Police in the North say a teenager and her mother found dead in Newry, Co. Down, yesterday were alive on Sunday.
A jury has convicted a man of murdering a 90-year-old retired farmer who was found beaten to death in his own home.
Families bereaved by security forces’ violence who met Karen Bradley over her controversial comments on state killings gave her a photograph of an 11-year-old boy in his coffin after he was shot dead by the British Army.
Several parts of the country are set to be hit with snow again this weekend.
The UK will be plunged into uncertainty and may never leave the European Union if MPs reject the Brexit deal, Theresa May said.
The chief executives of the top 350 FTSE companies on the London Stock Exchange are still more likely to be called Andrew or David than they are to be a woman, according to an expert.
Today is International Women’s Day. It is a day to be happy and rejoice. We can decide to be either depressed or encouraged at the general state of gender equality, so let’s choose the latter, writes Alison O'Connor.
Aoife Lane: I believe GAA is ready to embrace equality.
Cork have a deeper talent pool this year, says Ronan Curran.
... SOME DISTRACTION
Feelgood guest editor Vicky Phelan: "When I was approached by the Irish Examiner to guest edit a cervical cancer special edition of Feelgood on International Women’s Day, I grabbed the opportunity with both hands."
Irish album of year prize 'a great way to finish up' for Cork-based band O Emperor.
Kinder is launching a new range of ice creams across Ireland, including two frozen versions of their Kinder Bueno bars.
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