Dawn French has said she would like to die “on stage” and be dragged “off to the side”.
Sir Cliff Richard has said he is “happy” he is able to compete with Stormzy in the charts as he nears his 65th year in music.
Indian and US troops have participated in a high-altitude training exercise in a cold, mountainous region near India’s disputed border with China, at a time both countries are trying to manage rising tensions with Beijing.
New analysis from the Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) has underlined the challenges facing hotels and guesthouses into 2023, with spiralling business costs, reduced forward bookings compared to 2019, and a planned 50% increase in the tourism VAT rate at the end of February 2023.
Opening on Tuesday, November 29 at 8 p.m. in the National Opera House, the Oyster Lane production of The Addams Family promises fun-filled entertainment for all the family. This is Oyster Lane's first production since the pandemic and group is looking forward to “getting back to what they do best, entertaining the people of Wexford”.
Tralee historian Jane O’Hea O’Keeffe will be signing copies of her striking new work on the Anglo-Irish ascendancy in Kerry at a range of bookshops and stores over the coming days.
Didier Deschamps insisted Kylian Mbappe would have no problem with being benched for France’s final World Cup group game against Tunisia on Wednesday if the coach decides to rest his star striker.
David Brooks has boosted Wales just hours before their make or break World Cup clash with England by visiting the squad at their hotel in Doha.
There are long kicks, then there are long kicks – In the AIL last Saturday, an amazing feat of kicking was achieved by Cork Constitution's George Coombe against Ballynahinch RFC.
A court in Moscow has opened the trial of a prominent Russian opposition figure who faces charges stemming from his criticism of the Kremlin’s action in Ukraine.
Management at Listowel Community Centre are hopeful they will be able to re-open some facilities shortly in the wake of the devastating fire last week that caused significant damage to the vital facility.
A technical training company has been ordered to pay a former lecturer nearly €90,000 after she was sexually harassed in a classroom in the presence of her students by another instructor employed by the firm.