Residents of the Aran Islands will tell the Gaeltacht Minister today that they want the Aer Arann flight service reinstated.
Crunch talks on the North's deteriorating political situation will take place in London and Dublin today.
Cork accounted for more than half of all the reviews of Care Orders made in 2014, a new report has found.
The new Irish naval vessel, LE James Joyce will be brought into commission today.
The meningitis B jab is being offered on the NHS for infants aged two months.
Hungarian authorities are stopping all trains from leaving Budapest’s main train terminal in an effort to prevent migrants from using it to leave for Austria and Germany.
A man who admitted killing three people at two US Jewish sites gave jurors a Nazi salute after they convicted him of murder.
A satellite image shows the main building of the ancient Temple of Bel in the Syrian city of Palmyra has been destroyed, a United Nations agency said.
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These bizarre vending machines from around the world show just how much we are suckers for all things convenient.
She even has the names of the original band members tattooed on her arm.
Jonathan Jones has got himself into a lot of trouble with Discworld fans.
Nice to see you, to see you nice! Brucie will be back for two Strictly specials.
Footage posted online appears to show women brawling during her performance at Sunday’s Summer Sessions event in the city’s Bellahouston Park.
Fifty Shades of Grey sequel Fifty Shades Darker finally has its director and it looks like James Foley will be taking the helm
The Last King Of Scotland star is the special envoy for peace and reconciliation for the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
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West Ham co-owner David Gold has announced that the club have re-signed midfielder Alex Song on loan from Barcelona.
Republic of Ireland midfielder Darron Gibson will appear in court today accused of crashing his sports car into a cyclist while drink-driving.
Manchester United insist Real Madrid were the ones to blame for the shock 11th-hour collapse of David de Gea's proposed move to the Bernabeu.