A 35-year-old man will appear in court later charged in connection with an attempted child abduction in Co Laois earlier this week.
A woman aged in her 70s has died in a house fire in Shannon, Co Clare last night.
A TD has used Dáil privilege to claim that US military personnel have carried weapons on aircraft travelling through Shannon Airport.
Northern Trust is to create 300 jobs in Limerick over the next three years.
Spend 100 years looking for something and then it turns up by accident.
Are you one of those people who forsakes all others for your iPhone or MacBook Pro?
By no longer using antibiotics on their chickens, it looks like they really might be.
Nine people have been hurt after at least two assailants armed with knives attacked people at a train station in southern China.
Simple but effective, we like it.
Sadly, having a proficiency in “dank memes” and a recommendation from Chief Keef isn’t good enough for Harvard.
Seems like fun!
Isn’t he fantastic?
The star’s boyfriend Jonathan Bricklin has said that their relationship “continues to evolve”.
This week, Hugh Jackman shows his mean streak in sci-fi fantasy Chappie, road trip comedy Unfinished Business and Julianne Moore’s Oscar-winning performance in Still Alice.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s eldest daughter Aimee, who previously shunned the spotlight, is launching a pop career.
The Umbrella singer has unveiled tasters of three new songs from her upcoming eighth album on Instagram.
Ireland today: It will be a largely dry day with variable cloud cover. The best of any sunshine ...more weather
A blistering opening morning session for the Irish team saw four athletes progress to semi-finals at the European Indoor Athletics Championships in Prague.
Peter McNamara looks at what football fans can expect from an intriguing weekend of football in the Allianz League.
The sight of Jonás Gutiérrez returning to play in a Newcastle shirt after recovering from testicular cancer almost made the result of his team’s loss to Manchester United insignificant.
Australian Grand Prix organisers have dismissed suggestions a number of Formula One teams are threatening to boycott the race over safety fears surrounding McLaren.