US Vice President Joe Biden has hailed Ireland's Yes vote for marriage equality, calling it "a courageous stand for love and family".
Ireland must take immediate steps to introduce an effective legal ban on all forms of corporal punishment against children, Barnardos said today.
Police have warned anti-terrorism resources should not be eroded by budget wrangling in the North.
More than 800,000 plants will be sold over the next five days at the Bord Bia Bloom show in the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
Nasa has announced which instruments the Europa probe will carry on its £19.55 million three-year mission.
Tony Blair has resigned as the Quartet’s Middle East peace envoy after nearly eight years in the role, officials in Jerusalem have said.
Soaring summer temperatures in India have left more than 1,100 people dead over the past month, officials said.
Some 20,000 residents in the western German city of Cologne have been forced to evacuate their homes after authorities discovered a 200kg (31.4 stone) bomb from the Second World War.
Clip was done for a survey which says that there's a good chance your mam has been following you.
Wedding speeches can be a little boring. Wouldn’t it be great if they had a five-word limit?
"All you need is love!"
You too can channel pantsuit realness.
The girls have gone from chic to geek in their latest music offering, Black Magic.
He says he suffered a breakdown following abuse over his looks on the internet.
Armageddon was as enjoyable a film as it was ridiculous. Honest Trailers highlights some of its wackiness with a little help from Ben Affleck.
The Trainspotting star’s latest film Last Days In The Desert will show at the 69th festival.
Ireland today: A few sunny spells in the east at first, but cloud will build with rain spreading ...more weather
Cavan’s Maggie Farrelly will make history on Sunday when she referees the meeting of Fermanagh and Antrim in Brewster Park.
“I was as surprised as anyone. It’s not the IRFU’s decision: it’s purely a Leinster game board decision.
The head of the FAI John Delaney has said he is shocked by the FIFA corruption scandal.