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A trial has heard how the former Manchester United and Wales footballer sent “constant” messages to his ex and her friends, and would turn up unannounced at her home, workplace and gym when she blocked his phone number

Self-belief, confidence and creativity are all areas we see young people struggling with. Music is unique in the benefits it can bring to the whole person

A manager who told her boss she couldn’t make it to a conference because her back had gone out — but had a trip to Lanzarote booked for the same dates — has lost a €90,000 claim for unfair dismissal.

Calls are growing for Germany to review its financial contributions to the Palestinian Authority after its president, Mahmoud Abbas, accused Israel of “50 holocausts” against his people.

The Dubai-based owner of P&O Ferries has reported record-breaking profits just months after sacking 800 of its UK-based workers without notice

People are being warned about the risks associated with 'flat-faced' dog breeds.

Farmers who invested the typical IR£50 (€63) back in the 1960s are now in line to have their shares bought out for €15,864.

Barbara Broccoli should announce Idris Elba as M tomorrow. That would settle that conversation in the most satisfactory way.

Review of welfare claims leads to savings of more than €400m, department says

The forgotten aspects of Ireland’s history and culture make understanding of traditional storytellers not only curious but essential

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