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Five people have died on the roads over the Bank Holiday weekend. Two women lost their lives in a collision in Co Carlow, while three men were (...)

Everett Dutschke waits for federal authorities to search his home in Tupelo, Mississippi, earlier this week. Photograph: Thomas Wells/Daily Journal/Reuters

A Mississippi martial arts instructor arrested early today has been charged with possession of the biological agent ricin and with attempting t(...)

Jamie Heaslip is the leading ball carrier in European rugby with 95 carries.  Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

The season of wounded soldiers continues. Both suffering from dodgy calves, an awfully annoying injury to remedy, the absence of Seán O’Brien an(...)

Loreto’s    Rachel Keegan in action.

Going in to tomorrow’s final round of Irish Hockey League pool matches, eight clubs still have a chance of securing a place in the semi-finals,(...)

Ireland under-20 scrumhalf Luke McGrath lines out for Leinster A tonight.

Munster A v Leinster A Dooradoyle (7.30): This is a repeat of last year’s British & Irish Cup semi-final, a game which Munster A won 36-29 at (...)

Moments after the first explosion near the finish line of the Boston Marathon, smoke is seen in the background where a second explosion occurred. Photograph: David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe

President Barack Obama said the full resources of the federal government are being mobilised to investigate the deadly explosions today in Boston a(...)

Two people are reported dead and 22 were injured after two explosions at the finish line of the Boston marathon about three hours after the wi(...)

Andy Ewington (left) celebrates another goal for in-form Monkstown, against Pembroke Wanderers. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

With 12 matches scheduled over a busy double weekend the complexion of the Irish Hockey League will become significantly more (...)

The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg. Photograph: Olivier Morin/AFP/Getty Images

A report from the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) Committee of Ministers published yesterday has called on the Government to implement le(...)

 President  Erskine Childers with taoiseach  Liam Cosgrave and   Minister for Foreign Affairs Garret FitzGerald at Áras an Uachtaráin in 1974.  The then the US ambassador to Ireland, John DJ Moore,  was surprised Cosgrave appointed FitzGerald to foreign affairs and not finance, according to documents leaked by WikiLeaks

The Irish government made diplomatic representations to the US in 1973 over concerns that an American measure to tax companies operating here w(...)

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