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Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan’s failure to inform the Tánaiste of the Templemore College fiasco for 16 months has been described as a “significant oversight” by a Cabinet minister.
There could be a judge shortage on the Supreme Court if legislation is not passed before the summer.
A heartless son tied up his 68-year-old sick mother and robbed her of the €11,600 she had saved to pay for her funeral.
Hopes are pinned on luring two more US investment banking giants to Ireland in the coming weeks, as global banks decide on new homes outside London following Brexit.
President Donald Trump revealed highly classified information about Islamic State militants to Russian officials during a meeting last week, it has been reported.
Yanis Varoufakis supported Emmanuel Macron in his battle with Marine Le Pen, but is determined to see the French president turn his back on his failed neoliberalist policies.
Former Tipperary manager Liam Sheedy believes the current group have come in for “harsh” and “unjustified” criticism following last month’s Division 1 final loss to Galway.
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Grooming goes mainstream for Irish men: Caomhan Keane decides it’s time to look after his skin, but he doesn’t know his serums from his scrubs.
This week, Gráinne McGuinness's consumer advice is about making use of energy grants to improve your house.
As the world’s most famous film festival kicks off, Helen Barlow selects five highlights to watch out for.
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