Thursday 23 October, 2014
Why do the good die young?
Positive Action received €2.3 million in tax payer funding between 2009 and 2013.
Roberts was jailed for life with a 30-year minimum after killing three policemen nearly 50 years ago.
It was announced today that the Stoke midfielder would likely miss Ireland’s upcoming qualifier against Scotland.
Drug heists and busts with plotlines straight out of the movies.
Primark have sealed a deal to expand into the US. They have a LOT to learn.
Police have flooded flashpoint neighbourhoods after yesterday’s attack.
The service has also reached the milestone of 50,000 subscribers.
Cinema trip this weekend? DailyEdge.ie brings you snippets from new releases to help you decide where to put your money…
Meanwhile, the Taoiseach said he wants to ensure that water charges are ‘affordable’.
THRIVE, which is based in TCD, has been working on creating immersive 3D audio for the good part of a decade and now they’re bringing it to virtual reality.
Plus, things get a little crazy as Cumann na mBunscol hits Croke Park.
Ah here, not again.
‘The charges would be laughable if they didn’t reflect exactly the anti-gay sentiment the activists are fighting.’
Linda McCarthy was expecting twins and was not admitted to St Joseph’s Hospital in Clonmel despite medical concerns.
Drag performer Panti (AKA Rory O’Neill) will be speaking about her new book, Woman In The Making.
Kevin Vickers was given a hero’s welcome in the Canadian Parliament today.
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Cahill called on Sinn Féin to condemn the post.
It was good enough for the Queen, but Cork Airport hasn’t been getting any love from those extra punters.
Yep, it’s something to do with Irish Water…
Mary Lou McDonald’s usual Thursday afternoon rumble with the Tánaiste didn’t go ahead today. Here’s why…
You’ve done all the training, got the result you wanted so you might as well enjoy yourself.
Compulsory random testing was introduced in 2003.
The system is in place in the UK and could come here.
“All councillors are in unison of the importance that the green gets used by families and individuals.”
Waterford IT sent an email to college bosses in Carlow to tell them they were pulling out of a planned university bid.
Three girls were stopped in Germany yesterday as they tried to make their way from the US to Syria.
Sex in public places will also not be tolerated at the University of Zimbabwe.
The digger, not the ATM – that would be foolish.
Up to eight staff based at the media company’s radio news hub say they’ve been given no indication what will happen to their roles.
The jobs will be customer service positions.
‘Who said women don’t know how to drive’… What could possibly go wrong with a slogan like that?
Don’t have time to mull over the news? Here’s everything you need to know.
The senseless death of Gordon Hamilton Fairley, a pioneering cancer specialist who was killed by an IRA bomb, remains a tragedy for us all.
Roy Keane was an unlikely double-agent when the Irish rugby team played New Zealand in 2008.
The Tánaiste has again moved to clarify her comments about Irish Water protesters with expensive phones and cameras.
New reports from the Catholic Church’s watchdog notes improvement.