Theresa May blames MPs for failing to implement Brexit on time
The Tánaiste has defended the €130,000 salary proposed for directly elected mayors in Cork, Limerick and Waterford, insisting that’s what’s required to attract the right candidates.
The movement’s leader Santiago Abascal has also said Spaniards should be allowed to own firearms.
Limerick hurling manager John Kiely has confirmed that Performance Psychologist Caroline Currid has left his backroom team.
Massacres like the Christchurch shootings are not, as some claim, isolated attacks carried out by disturbed individuals but are clearly part of a growing pattern, writes Bjorn Ihler.
One of Barack Obama’s initiatives begun a decade ago in the US has strengthened civil society by innovative means over here, writes Pádraig Hoare.
Passengers booked to fly from Cork to the US east coast in two weeks’ time face an anxious wait as Norwegian Air International scrambles to replace its grounded Boeing 737 Max aircraft.
David Hare tells Esther McCarthy about writing a film on the early career and defection of Rudolf Nureyev.
A sequel to the Oscar-winning film Forrest Gump was completed by the same writer, Eric Roth in 2001, but was never to be because of 9/11.
Scientists filmed the creature swimming in the Eastern Pacific, near Costa Rica.