The Fennelly Commission has "debunked" the Opposition's claim that the Taoiseach sought to sack the Garda Commissioner, Leo Varadkar has said.
The Cabinet meets today for the first time since the summer recess - with the focus likely to be the finding in the Fennelly report that former Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan resigned of his own accord.
The former CEO of Irish Nationwide Michael Fingleton will appear before the Banking Inquiry this morning.
Gaeltacht Minister Joe McHugh insisted yesterday that no final decision had been made and no contract signed for the controversial air service to the Aran Islands.
Georgie Hall died despite her parents taking her to hospital within a few hours of first noticing symptoms.
Police in helicopters, with dogs and armed with rifles were conducting a massive manhunt in northern Illinois after an officer was fatally shot while pursuing a group of men.
There are reports that eight people have died in a fire in Paris.
Suspected migrant activity has suspended Channel Tunnel rail services between the UK and France, Eurostar said.
If you need some travel inspiration, look no further….
There’s a reason fake tan veterans apply the orange stuff with a mitt. You just happened to learn the hard way (with very orange palms).
“Christy, it’s always been you!”
All over the country, schoolchildren are heading back to school laden down with big new school bags filled with books, elasticated ties and scratchy jumpers driving the poor things mad.
A day after its trailer debuted online and months before it hits cinemas, the Will Smith football head-trauma film Concussion is already sparking controversy.
The breakfast presenter is leaving the show after 15 years.
The 15 celebs showed off their glitzy new looks alongside the show’s hosts, judges and dancers for the launch of the show’s 13th series.
Hardman actor Martin Kemp loved working on sitcom Birds Of A Feather.
Ireland today: It looks set to be dry for most with a few sunny spells, mainly in the morning. Max ...more weather
Manchester United made Anthony Martial the biggest signing of transfer deadline day as two of the biggest moves failed to materialise.
Cue wild celebrations from the RTÉ man!
“The club is delighted that ... David de Gea remains a Manchester United player.”
Sorry, Michael Hector – you didn’t make the cut.