The attack happened in Belfast city on Thursday.
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It’s to mark 100 years of British Vogue.
Dublin Port is set to be upgraded within the next four years.
The Chernobyl explosion was the biggest nuclear catastrophe of the 20th century.
Sure, Met Éireann says not till June. But what does your heart tell you?
It’s just one of a number dangerous incidents involving selfies in the country.
Here’s what happens at the Department of Foreign Affairs when an emergency takes place.
It’s one thing to start a new fitness regime and quite another to stick to it, writes Andrew McGinley.
As part of Fora’s weekly How My Business Works series – a profile of cosmetics brand Flormar Ireland.
With Rio 2016 just a few months away, The42 chats to one of the individuals with the weight of a nation on his shoulders.
The annual gag-fest for politicians and journalists was held last night.
The lease on the Dublin Metropolitan region headquarters at Harcourt Square expires this month and staff have no idea where they’re going.
Fintan Warfield thinks ‘you don’t have to be a Shinner to be a republican’.
In the aftermath of the gangland shootings, the community in Dublin’s inner city is looking for change.
Or are we just obsessed with celebrity?
A new photography exhibition aims to document the life of Dublin’s homeless. The difference is in this case the photographers are the homeless themselves.
The Foxes need just three points from their remaining three league games this season to be crowned champions.
Three men risked their lives by climbing into a pool of radioactive water in an attempt to stop an explosion that would have destroyed the entire plant.
Assault extradition from Spain, Siteserv deal and Labour’s ‘anti-semitism’.
Liam Irwin scored two goals as the westerners won their first title at this age level since 2006.
Gardaí are seeking the public’s help to find Martin Green.
Abortion pills taken without medical supervision can kill you, writes Niamh Uí Bhriain of the Life Institute.
Campion is returning to his Mountjoy cell.
Would the Clarke Cup be heading south or west? We followed all the action from Cusack Park.
Plus: How many TDs turned up for a debate on mental health this week?
Cathal Turley says living with hatred wouldn’t be true to her memory.
The luxury London rental pile boasts some insanely luxurious amenities – such as a private cinema, pool, spa, and golfing area.
An estimated $100m worth of illegal ivory is being torched.
In some cases, you may be sacrificing convenience for security though.
Irish Rail is doing its bit to remember the Rising.
The six-storey building was home to more than 150 families and had been condemned.
Ken Livingstone apologised for loads of things but not for involving the Nazi leader.
Independent Alliance TDs are due to meet with Fine Gael on Monday morning.
There’s an important inter-provincial clash down for decision this afternoon at Kingspan Stadium in Belfast.
Close to 200 dogs were freed from a farm this week.
The attack happened in Peatlands Park in Tyrone on Wednesday.