Death of man not being treated as suspicious after body found on Cork riverside walkway
A Supreme Court judge has voiced hope that a 16 year legal battle between a couple incurring costs of hundreds of thousands of euro "will now end" with orders that the woman gets 75% of the balance of her ex-husband’s pension fund while he gets 25%.
President Donald Trump said in a tweet that it has emerged some of the boys had been the victims of Fake News.
The morning after last July’s All-Ireland semi-final defeat, Diarmuid O’Sullivan questioned Cork management’s use of substitutes against Limerick.
Every January we get a glimpse into a different world. A world of billionaires, of business and political elites, mingling in the expensive Swiss mountain resort of Davos for the Annual Meeting of the World Economic Forum, writes Jim Clarken, Chief Executive of Oxfam Ireland.
For more than 80 years the gypsum mines have been a feature of the landscape and economy of south Monaghan, and residents have learned to live with the drawbacks in return for having a company regarded as a good employer in their midst. But since subsidence took their GAA grounds and closed their road, they are asking if the good employer is also being a good neighbour. Caroline O’Doherty reports
The oil and gas exploration industry could deliver tax revenues of around €11bn to the State and create more than 1,500 jobs per year, the representative body for the sector has claimed.
Never feel awkward asking for a bottle again, says Sam Wylie-Harris.
This year's Oscar nominations have been revealed.
Temperatures struggled to get much above freezing.