A man accused of murdering his mother in Bray, Co. Wicklow has been sent forward for trial.
There was a further decrease in the number of women giving Irish addresses at abortion clinics in the UK last year.
The Burren and the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare have been named among the UK and Ireland's 100 Great Geosites.
Army bomb squad officers were called out almost every day in the North within the space of a year, new figures have revealed.
Potential female candidates are already being prepared for the upcoming diocese vacancies in Southwell, Nottingham, Gloucester and Oxford.
The first nurse diagnosed with Ebola after treating an infected man at a Dallas hospital is free of the virus.
This map shows our universe when it was just a baby.
The Spanish government plans to ask the courts to block proposals by the Canary Islands regional government to stage a referendum on oil exploration in waters off the popular tourist destination.
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It’s all part of a fundraising campaign for an operation to help Sophie walk unaided.
James Nesbitt is enjoying celibacy since splitting from his wife.
Nicole Kidman has praised husband Keith Urban for his support since the death of her father.
Taylor Swift refused her record label boss' request to put two country songs on her new album.
Benedict Cumberbatch has refused to deny rumours he will make an appearance in 'Star Wars Episode VII'.
Ireland today: Eastern and western areas are expected to be largely dry and there will be spells ...more weather
All the team news from around the grounds ahead of Week 8 in the Premier League.
A powerful group of top European football clubs is set to lobby for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to take place between April and May.
Northern Ireland must wait until Monday to find out whether their Euro 2016 qualifier in Romania next month will take place behind closed doors.
Under-fire striker Mario Balotelli’s spell in the headlines has helped deflect attention from Liverpool’s real problem but manager Brendan Rodgers knows that is something which cannot be ignored.