The first item on the agenda of a former Northern Ireland finance minister during a meeting with his Irish counterpart was the Brown Rudnick approach to purchase Nama property loans, a watchdog said.
The jury in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives accused of defrauding Revenue has begun deliberations.
Fourteen bodies have been discovered on an overcrowded barge in the Mediterranean Sea.
St James's Hospital in Dublin is to routinely test all Emergency Department patients for HIV as well as Hepatitis B and C from now on.
As fury grows against the supermarket giant’s decision, we look at other food bans – for better or for worse – around the world.
The celebrated physicist has backed a call to prevent AI technology being used in a “global arms race”.
The ginger tom weighed a whopping 44lb before shedding half his weight.
A court in Libya’s capital has convicted a son of Muammar Gaddafi of murder and inciting genocide during the country’s 2011 uprising, sentencing him to death in absentia.
Cosmopolitan showed three men what their girlfriends face everyday on the streets of New York.
Millie spends up to £500 on clothes a month.
Staff and pupils of a New Zealand school gave an incredible and emotional performance of the Haka at the funeral of one of the teachers.
The car was parked across the cycle lane so this cyclist decided to do something about it.
Gigi already has an impressive career. But there’s more to the 20-year-old model than you may think.
Not only did the Athenry native stand in for Kim, also stood in for Kylie, Kendall, Khloe, Kris and Kourtney during the shoot.
Sarah Harding has split from her boyfriend of six months.
The comedy actor said he is “delighted” to announce the name of his latest book
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Rafael Benitez is hopeful that captain Sergio Ramos will stay at Real Madrid.
“We’ve improved as a team. I think we’re stronger in numbers, in strength and depth and in quality this year.”
Irish cyclist Ciaran Kelly has received a four year ban from the Irish Sports Council after testing positive for the banned substance clenbuterol.