News

Proposed deportation of family from Cork slammed as immoral; 'We are devastated to learn their future is now in danger'

The proposed deportation of four young Cork brothers and their family has been described as “immoral” and “devastating” by the principal of the Cork school they attended.


Wolfe Tones celebrate after Come Out Ye Black and Tans tops charts in Ireland

THE Wolfe Tones have been celebrating after topping the iTunes chart — in both ­Ireland and Britain.


The Irish General Election is on the Horizon!

Leo Varadkar has announced that he is to meet with the leader of Fianna Fáil, Michael Martin, to set a time frame for the next General Election, with February or March the most likely possibilities.


Judge in Brazil orders Netflix to pull comedy about a gay Jesus

A JUDGE IN Brazil has issued a temporary injunction forcing Netflix to withdraw a comedy that depicts Jesus Christ in a homosexual relationship.


Man is facing trial accused of obtaining laptops by trickery

A man has been sent for trial accused of tricking people into posting him high-value electronic goods without payment


Pat Flanagan column: 'How can we house 3,000 refugees when we've 10,500 homeless in Ireland?'

Actually homeless charities claim the true number of people without a home is closer to 15,000 and, in a sense, they are refugees in their own country


Irish Patriots