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This woman will be the face of Irish fiction for the next three years
It was a unanimous choice.
Paul O'Connell: 'I don't know whether this will be my last Six Nations'
The Ireland captain says he doesn’t want to have any regrets when he makes a decision about retirement.
Judges to rule on clinically dead pregnant woman
Legal advice has prevented the woman’s life machine being turned off so far.
Press watchdog says Indo got it wrong on Gerry Adams letter
The Press Ombudsman says the article breached the Sinn Féin leader’s right to a good name.
Works to continue on Kilkenny bridges ahead of October court date
The case will be heard again in court on 20 October.
Councillors receive official notice of Poolbeg incinerator contract - 3 days after it was signed
The council CEO is understood to have described it as an “oversight” on his part not to inform the councillors sooner.
Forde, Walters and Quinn earn starting spots for Ireland's clash with Georgia
Meanwhile, Wes Hoolahan, Shane Long and Shay Given all have to be content with a place on the bench.
Mark Noble to make Ireland decision in 'next couple of weeks'
The West Ham midfielder admitted it would be strange to pull on a green jersey.
Ó Cuív defends asking for a man convicted of manslaughter to be moved to an open prison
The man he made representations on behalf of was a drug dealer who killed an associate and stored the body in a freezer.
Dunnes-v-Karen Millen goes to Europe, the result isn't good for the Irish store
It’s a dispute over a woman’s top and shirt.
Late bloomers biggest group to show interest in becoming clerics
Questions asked at the open day at St Patrick’s College included, how many years study is it, what is the food like to whether priests could keep their own car.
Liam Williams cited for Payne-like mid-air tackle on Alex Cuthbert
The Scarlets fullback was sin binned for his challenge, but may face harsher consequences.
Landmark European judgement finds Irish State liable for sexual abuse
Louise O’Keeffe, who was abused by her primary school teacher, took the Irish State to the European Court Human Rights after losing in the Irish High and Supreme Courts.
Wes Brown was sent off today for this innocuous challenge as Sunderland lost
Sunderland were left with 10 men following a less-than-malicious tackle by the ex-United defender.
9 very important decisions you had to make about your school uniform
When you have so few choices, each one becomes very, very important.
FG: Scrapping the Seanad saves €20m. Oireachtas: Um, there's no way to know
The €20 million saving has been a central plank of Fine Gael’s pro-abolition campaign – but now the Oireachtas says there’s no way to know how much will be saved if the Seanad goes.
Student 'waiting nearly a year' for SUSI grant decision
The Irish student, who is studying in the UK, said he still has not been given news on a decision about his grant application.
Cabinet 'to make decision on Bethany Home next week'
The survivors who lived in the home have been calling for a number of years for redress and an apology for their time there.
High Court refuses arrest warrant for Snowden
The judge said that the question of where the offence took place is not a minor detail and could have serious consequences.
Column: 'Do you want to have children?' Every couple needs to have this conversation
The decision whether or not to have children is one of the most important decisions of your life, writes relationship counsellor Tony Moore, who says he is amazed at how many couples do not have the discussion.
HSE to temporarily pay mobility allowance to 'prevent hardship'
It has also decided that new statutory provisions will be established to provide individual payments to people with severe disabilities for their mobility needs.
Govt criticised over reports it will "drop" free GP card scheme
The scheme, which would have applied to people with long-term illness, was an election commitment from the government.
I don't feel under pressure to make retirement decision - O'Driscoll
The Ireland centre also spoke about the impact of his new role as a father.
Croke Park: Proposals need to be evaluated carefully, says SIPTU
Meanwhile, Deputy Sean Fleming has warned the Government to “resist its urge to oversell the proposals” emerging from the talks.
Group says lack of invite to Oireachtas abortion hearings "a grave injustice"
TFMR Ireland said that it is upset that, despite numerous requests, it has has not been invited to take part in this week’s Oireachtas committee hearings on abortion legislation in Ireland.
Nasri banned for 3 games as City ditch appeal
The Frenchman was sent off for appearing to head-butt Norwich defender Sebastien Bassong.
Judge dismisses US referee murder case in California
Lois Goodman, 70, was arrested in New York in August, on suspicion of killing her husband.
Belly up? Decision on controversial putters to be delivered today
Keegan Bradley, Ernie Els and Adam Scott have the consolation champagne on ice.
New York marathon runners vent frustration
Some of those prevented from competing expressed their understanding, while others were less sympathetic.
Three rural courts 'under assessment'
A Senator has said that the closure of rural courts shows the Government has “little regard for people in living in rural areas”.
Ruling: Boy who learned to play in Ireland can line out on girls' field hockey team in US
Thirteen-year-old can continue to play game he picked up in Dublin.
Ryanair welcomes High Court decision
The company had been brought to court by Ticket Generator, which sells tickets for Stansted and Heathrow Express trains at Dublin airport.
Column: Dear student, the Leaving Cert is damaging your brain
Economics lecturer Stephen Kinsella on second-level education’s “wheel of regurgitation” – and why the next generation of decision-makers must get rid of it.