The traditional Christmas dinner has been reported as the biggest reason for rows on Christmas Day.
A new report shows a significant rise in the number of graduates leaving Ireland to find work.
The Tánaiste has lashed out at the protestors who trapped her in a car in Jobstown, comparing them to fascists.
Political leaders in the North face a “deal or no deal” ultimatum as they enter the final day of negotiations on outstanding disputes.
The introduction of the Genomic Medicine Centres is seen a a genetic revolution in the NHS, but why?
A police officer shot dead in Florida was killed by a fugitive trying to evade a warrant.
North Korea has threatened strikes against the White House, Pentagon and “the whole US mainland, that cesspool of terrorism”, accusing Barack Obama of “recklessly” spreading rumours of a Pyongyang-orchestrated cyber-attack on Sony Pictures.
The gunman who murdered two New York City police officers in their squad car had a long criminal record, a hatred of police and the government and an apparent history of mental instability that included a suicide attempt a year ago, it has emerged.
And don't underestimate the social aspect of this house either.
You can all stop now folks, we have found the undisputed champions of the 12 Pubs of Christmas.
It's a Christmas miracle!
So, airplane wings are made out of tape that they cook.
Madonna has spoken out in defence of the extreme language she used to describe the hackers who leaked her new music online.
David Tennant has told how the cast of Broadchurch were surprised by the show’s impact and explained it was ‘always written as a one-off’.
Carloine Flack has told of her delight after she was crowned the champion of Strictly Come Dancing.
Actress Billie Whitelaw – who starred in films including The Krays and Hot Fuzz – has died at the age of 82.
Ireland today: It looks set to be an unsettled day for much of Ireland with plenty of cloud ...more weather
The contentious issue of the whip reared its head again after a pulsating finish to The Ladbroke at Ascot.
Jose Mourinho accepts there are frustrated and even unhappy individuals in the Chelsea dressing room but is confident such players are ready to help the team during this hectic festive period.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers believes his side are starting to show signs of the team they once were last season and is confident that will become the norm in the second half of the campaign.
Ally McCoist's three-and-a-half year reign as Rangers boss has finally come to an end after the club confirmed he has been put on gardening leave.