Irish - Yesterday’s News
The tech events company has announced plans to hire sales and engineering staff for its Portuguese operation.
Ray D’Arcy threatened to leave the country if Enda Kenny got in, back in 2010.
The National Ambulance Service Representative Association (NASRA) is calling for paramedics’ mental health to be looked after.
'If you let an Oscar nomination get to your head, you'll never build on it - take it with a pinch of salt'
A year after Brown Bag was acquired, its co-founder Darragh O’Connell talks about hiring in droves and the age of on-demand media.
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How are both sides shaping up Ireland’s abortion debate?
Retailers are concerned about the impact the strike will have during the busiest shopping day of the week.
She was fined €1,000 by the court.
Irish - Friday 23 September, 2016
Higgins made his comments in an interview on the Late Late Show tonight.
Elsewhere, Burnley striker Andre Gray has been slapped with a four-game ban for homophobic tweets he posted in 2012.
A three-year-old boy is in critical condition after falling from an apartment, and protests continue in Charlotte after a man was shot dead.
Amateur and professional photographers must submit their photos before next Friday to be in with a chance of winning the cash prize.
Doctor no longer fit to practice after advising bleach solution to Dublin mother as a 'cure for autism'
Doctor Finbar Magee initially defended his decision to recommend the controversial solution to his patients.
"I can't understand how a family watches its members being knocked off and doesn't say 'we've got to stop this'"
Archbishop of Dublin Diarmuid Martin has described his distaste at the ongoing Hutch-Kinahan feud being seen in Dublin’s gangland.
The incident happened this morning at about 11.30am.
The woman presented at University Hospital Galway on 14 September, but died on a trolley in the emergency department several hours later.
It was recommended that she be placed on supervised probation for six months.
Experts say beefing up your security is the only way to protect yourself from a potential attack.
The Finance Minister said the government has “very strong” legal advice that it will win the appeal.
How closely were you paying attention to the sports headlines this week?
The High Court heard today there was another ‘serious disturbance’ at the youth detention centre this week.
Shares were up 15% at the social media giant when trading started today.
"I wanted to dispose of myself" - victim impact statement of son who was raped and imprisoned in a box by father
The now 13-year-old boy’s father was convicted of nine counts of rape and one count of child cruelty.
The DCU research concentrated on the health of moderately fit and unfit transition-year students in the greater Dublin area.
John and Dolores Quinn and their two children will see their Co Kildare home repossessed next week in the absence of further legal intervention.
The use of these boxes has been credited with helping reduce infant mortality rates in Finland.
There’s something quite special about standing for the National Anthem in your own living room.
John Butler’s wife and eight-week-old daughter slipped into the river near Newbridge last Monday evening.
Roy Keane and the rest of the backroom staff have also agreed to extend their stay.
The two men risked their lives to save the life of a man trapped in their burning ambulance.
Martin O’Neill names 33-man squad for next month’s World Cup qualifiers.
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Yahoo said names, email addresses, birth dates, and scrambled passwords were stolen.
The show’s moving to another channel without three of its stars – will you tune in?
Gerry McGill’s Dublin side found a way to banish their All-Ireland ghosts in 2010. Now they need to do it again on Sunday afternoon.
The Russian bombers flew close to the Shetland Islands yesterday.
The pontiff also urged journalists not to stoke fear over migration forced by war or hunger.
Business groups are calling on councillors to scrap changes that would limit the height of some city centre buildings.