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May's double sends England past Australia and into World Cup semi-final
Eddie Jones’ side flexed their muscle in the first of the quarter-final ties in Oita.
Sensational Saracens deny Leinster a fifth European star with victory in Newcastle
Mark McCall’s men claimed their third Heineken Champions Cup in a stunning game at St James’ Park.
Munster man Farrell keen for opportunity to build on Edinburgh impression
The 25-year-old was back in a green shirt for the first time in almost a year.
‘I put up a wall and locked it away’ - Ireland international Jon Walters on the death of his mother
The Burnley footballer was just 11 years old when his mum died.
'She was out of our reach' - Parents of 11-year-old who took her own life give powerful interview
Last month, a coroner returned a verdict of suicide at the inquest into the death of Milly Tuomey.
Take 30 seconds to enjoy Paul Mannion's glorious goal in the Dublin SFC last night
‘Strength, pace and accuracy.’
Conor Cooney masterclass leads Galway past Wexford to their first Leinster title since 2012
The Tribesmen had nine points to spare over Davy Fitzgerald’s Wexford in Croke Park.
The ultimate power ranking of Irish footballers
Sorry Joe Lapira, but you don’t quite make the cut.
England's power tells in Six Nations victory over frustrating Scotland
Dylan Hartley’s first game as captain ended with a win in Murrayfield.
GSOC will be allowed to investigate the Garda Commissioner under new reforms
The government has announced a series of reforms to strengthen the Garda Ombudsman.
Mexico City hit by magnitude 7.5 earthquake
The quake’s epicenter was 19 miles northwest of Tecpan.
Magnitude 7.1 earthquake hits Papua New Guinea
No Pacific-wide tsunami warning was issued.
22 of the most unforgettable war photos you will ever see
The realities of war are discovered in a photography exhibit about the aftermath of armed conflicts.
Shock treatment for students at simulated crash
A complex rescue operation was simulated by volunteer emergency service people at college campus to hit home with road safety message.
Pics: Prague explosion – Up to 40 injured, some trapped under rubble
Police are said to be searching for people buried in rubble on Divadelni Street.
Witnessing the Troubles: the human face of 1980s Northern Ireland
Artist Seán Hillen began taking photographs of the conflict in Northern Ireland when he was just a teenager – see this powerful archive.
Irish winger Monahan settling into Premiership life at Gloucester
The former Leinster Academy and Connacht player made his first competitive start for the club at the weekend.
VIDEO: Teacher of the Year criticises the “injustice” of system and “teacher-bashing”
English teacher Evelyn O’Connor made an emotional speech about the issue of non-permanency and her anger with education policies here. Watch her speech….