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Theresa May resigns as British prime minister – here's where it all went wrong

Theresa May's resilience has been remarkable. But it is also finite.

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Green energy and electoral areas hold key to Kerry elections

Almost half of the candidates running in the Kerry local elections are sitting councillors, reports Anne Lucey.

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Plea by Sophie’s son to locals is entirely understandable, but unfair

How sad it was to watch the son of Sophie Toscan du Plantier speak of the murder of his mother last weekend in Goleen.

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Communities fight back against the drugs trade

The assistant garda commissioner has pleaded with youths not to get involved in the drugs trade at any level. We must provide initiatives to help, writes Cormac ...

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As ballot papers expand, is it time to reassess political nomination process?

As ballot papers expand to the size of phonebooks, is it now time to reassess the political nomination process?

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Cost of political disengagement: Indifference opens door to tyranny

The possibility that Boris Johnson might greet President Donald Trump as UK prime minister when he arrives in this part of the world cannot be discounted.

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Mother and Baby Commission: Transparency is the best policy

As is often the case in matters as sensitive as those facing the Mother and Baby Homes Commission conflicts of interest arise.

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Artificial parenting: New horror story

One of our few constants is that we invent excuses, devise one pass-time or another so we might interact with like-minded souls. No matter how committed an individual ...

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Letter to the Editor: Cork transport document is low on detail

The long-awaited Cork Metropolitan Area Transport Strategy (CMATS) document has arrived.

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Letter to the Editor: Vote yes to reduce conflict

Tomorrow, there will be a referendum to change the constitutional provisions regulating divorce in Ireland. The proposed changes are:

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