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The 10 nominees include Joe Schmidt, Brian Cody and Peter Taylor.
The broadcaster still intends to axe the 252 service, saying it’s based on “outdated and costly technology, representing poor value for money”.
That would be Denmark now. Or maybe New Zealand.
Former councillor Dessie Larkin claimed he was at two meetings at the one time.
We saw hugs, Christmas cards, a cheeky fiver, and plenty of sad faces on the streets this morning.
This comes from a survey carried out by Mandate Trade Union on worker satisfaction.
Three masked men were involved in the shooting last night at the food outlet in Belfast.
Easy like a Sunday morning.
Three developers are on over €200,000 from the state bad bank.
This week marks the 50th anniversary of the lie that toppled Harold Macmillan’s government in 1963.
The Fianna Fáil leader insisted it’s not ‘uno Duce, una voce’ under his regime.
This comes from a survey by Data Ireland, an information agency entirely owned by An Post.
The controversy rocked the British political establishment at the height of the Cold War.
Plans are being drawn up for the country’s first such centre, in Dublin. But would you mind if one opened on your road?
A man was arrested and a van found burning nearby.
The homeless man was found dead just yards from Leinster House at the start of this month.
That’s a ruling from Europe’s top court.
Santa’s coming … Just five sleeps to go. But will he have a clear run to Ireland from the North Pole?
47-year-old Alun Williams had been wrapped head to toe in cling film and PVC and suffered a heart attack.
Young people have the highest rates of reoffending, but they also have the greatest capacity for change – scientific evidence proves this.
Michael Madden is to help set up a leadership programme that will help players over the next three years.
The terms of reference for an enquiry into allegations of Garda malpractice in Cavan will be published today.
It is the first charity in Ireland to use this form of on-street donation.
Thirteen staff will be made redundant as the paper closes.
Which county is Ireland’s most fertile? What illness kills most people? Ireland’s health in 15 maps and graphs
The Health in Ireland Key Trends report takes a look into the demographics, population health and expenditure on health services.
The Dublin footballer is getting a taste of it as he tries to get government commitments on the betting tax.
We got a sneak peek at some of Santa’s mail.
The “unpleasant” area is described as being “very small and concreted” with a “rusting shed for shelter”.
The children were ranging in age from 18 months to 15 years.
Wait, what year is this?
“The targets might not stop with the borders of Syria.”
Sometimes cancelled plans are the best plans.
Drones as toys are growing in popularity, but is Parrot’s Mini Drone the one that will make you splash out on one?
‘No matter how blue the water or high the palm tree’: Even paradise is no escape from mental illness
Sean Nee suffers from depression and anxiety. Some days are great, but on the bad days even the ideal surroundings cannot tip the scales.
Leo Burdock’s would rather pay interest to punters than “bankers in ivory towers”.
A High Court Award, a woman on life support and 20,000 Snow Glow Elsa’s had everybody talking today.
New research shows students biggest concern is fitting in at third-level.