Seamus Heaney HomePlace, the new arts and literary centre in Bellaghy, has been officially opened by the Heaney family this evening.
NAMA has been criticised for failing to investigate the circumstances of an alleged fixer's fee to be paid to a former advisor.
An international human rights organisation has called for an Irish company to stop training security forces in Bahrain amid concerns about torture.
NAMA has been accused of trying to brief members of the Public Accounts Committee about Project Eagle.
Some primary school pupils in the North have escaped injury after part of their classroom ceiling came crashing down during a lesson.
Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe has said Government cannot increase Garda wages as all other public sector workers would then expect the same, writes Elaine Loughlin of the Irish Examiner.
The Dublin Bus strikes have been suspended and union members will be balloted again on industrial action.
Amanda Knox has insisted she is not a "terrible monster" as she promoted a new Netflix documentary which explores the Meredith Kercher murder case.
Two firefighters who responded to a shooting at a South Carolina primary school have spoken about the actions they performed which led to them being hailed as heroes.
Thousands of Israelis have flocked to parliament to view the casket of Shimon Peres, paying final respects to the former president and prime minister whose life story mirrored that of his country.
Victims of child sexual abuse in the UK were described as having "consensual" relationships, "making choices" when in dangerous situations and being "promiscuous" despite clearly being exploited, Ofsted has said.
Russian officials have accused the United States of siding with "terrorists" in Syria, in a sign of escalating tensions between Moscow and Washington amid the battle for Aleppo.
Thailand is to suspend the exporting of seahorses, traded by the millions annually as an ingredient in traditional medicine in parts of Asia.
Hillary Clinton urged voters in Iowa to start casting ballots on Thursday, more than five weeks before Election Day.
L. Scott Briscoe, a lawyer from West Virginia, has been posting some legal tips from his 19 years of practice.
Luckily, no one was hurt.
What happens online does NOT stay online.
It was one hell of a show.
What a guy.
After it was all done, he noticed something was a little… off.
Small talk on your commute – what fresh hell is this?
If only there was another word for 'paper texting'…
Yeah, eating in a restaurant didn’t exactly go well for Jeremy and Kirk. Meanwhile, another pair of fugitives went waterskiing…
The BBC drama launched series three with a Stella performance from Gillian Anderson.
After a very public split, an even more public Twitter battle and new romances, Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift are back in touch.
Viewers felt as though the show’s genre had changed.
The four-legged star woofed his last tonight.
The new comic book series is more diverse than other titles in the genre.
The film is his second foray into acting in two years.
Hozier is set to receive a major honour for his music – the Spirit Of Ireland Award.
US stocks fell on Thursday as drug companies and banks absorbed large losses.
Talks between the two streaming services are said to already be at an advanced stage.
CEO John Chen says the firm will no longer design and manufacture hardware.
Ireland today: A mixture of sunny spells and scattered showers for much of the day. The ...more weather
Ryanair flight to Dublin declared an emergency status today en route from Edinburgh.
An investigation is underway after 20 bags of undelivered post which is almost two years old was found in Co. Louth.
A woman, whose daughter lived for 10 seconds after been born, has today praised a charity behind an initiative which allows parents and families of deceased newborns invaluable time to spend with their baby, writes David Raleigh.
A drug smuggler, who fraudulently claimed almost €30,000 in benefits for three years when he was living in Lanzarote, has been given a suspended sentence.
Clearly a cry for help…
Billionaire Irish businessman Denis O’Brien has been named in a Donald Trump attack on Hilliary Clinton, as Trump launched a series of negative statements on the Democratic candidate.
The duo were guests on the ITV show, Loose Women talking about all things music, family life and their relationship.
Update 6.13pm, September 28: Lauren Murphy has been found safe and well this evening.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic's close-range header secured Manchester United a much-needed win from a flat Europa League clash with Zorya Luhansk.
Southampton say they have contacted the Football Association and the Premier League and "intend to work closely with both bodies on this matter when the facts become clear".
Three-time champions Inter Milan face a battle to get through Europa League Group K after a second successive defeat.
Southampton secured a valuable point in their bid to progress to the Europa League's knockout stages with a 0-0 draw as Hapoel Be'er Sheva continued their extraordinary undefeated record at the Turner Stadium.
Rookie Danny Willett admits his first Ryder Cup has been tarnished by the furore over his brother's anti-American comments.
English clubs' wariness over the potential of Celtic makes a move south unlikely, according to boss Brendan Rodgers.