Airlines are changing procedures to ensure two crew members are in the cockpit at all times during flights following the French Alps plane disaster.
An emergency operation is underway on the River Shannon tonight after a man reportedly entered the water near Clonlara, Co Clare.
Gardai are seeking the public's assistance in tracing a missing teenager from Dublin.
A 22-year-old Clare man has avoided jail again for his role in two robberies which caused a pensioner to cycle 30 miles through the night in terror to check himself into a nursing home.
12 people have been injured after an apartment block collapsed in New York.
Analysis of their high-pitched echo-location calls reveal bats’ anti-collision system.
In a 30 minute keynote, Michael Abrash made us all see the world a little differently.
Police have spoken to witnesses who potentially saw the attack which led the BBC not to renew Jeremy Clarkson's contract.
In which Jeremy Clarkson admits fault, with some help from creative editing.
Today in the Irish Examiner, it was revealed that Keane’s jewellers in Cork city has sold a Patek Philippe watch worth almost €350,000.
Being registered to vote is so important that even Silent Jay has something to say about it.
Curly-haired Harry was caught on camera appearing to shed a tear in the absence of his friend but things might not have been as they seemed.
Pixie Lott, Noel Clarke and Zoe Hardman are among the famous faces calling on the younger generation to use their voice and vote.
Calvin Klein Jeans revealed they’d bagged the model of the moment as the new face of their #mycalvins Denim Series.
Ireland today: It will be a bright but fairly windy morning with spells of sunshine and the ...more weather
John Terry has signed a one-year contract extension at Chelsea, committing to the Premier League leaders until the end of next season.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel insists he does not feel guilty about the challenge on Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea which resulted in his three-match ban.
More than 1.5m euro in funding is being provided to 75 athletes - from 14 different sports - through the Irish Sports Council, it was confirmed today.
Donegal club Finn Harps are keen to help ex-One Direction star Zayn Malik fill his time now that he’s left the boyband.