Fianna Fáil says it wants more details about why a Dáil debate on an inquiry into Garda malpractice, was cancelled this week.
A 56-year-old man has been arrested in Belfast following a drugs seizure worth £180,000.
The death has been announced of former economist, journalist and author Colm Rapple.
Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams says his party is not trying to undermine the Ceann Comhairle.
Four people are dead after an avalanche hit a group of skiers in the south east of Switzerland, police said.
Hundreds of thousands of people marched through Madrid today in a show of strength by a fledgling radical leftist party, which hopes to emulate the success of Greece’s Syriza party in the Spanish general election later this year.
A Church of England vicar has apologised after being criticised for posting a link to an internet article blaming Israel for the September 11 terror attacks.
Two pilots in a helium-filled balloon have landed safely off the coast of Mexico after a nearly 7,000-mile long trip across the Pacific Ocean.
And some of the foods may surprise you.
With the weather downright awful and the excitement of Christmas festivities a distant memory by now, many of us might just feel like hibernating during the Irish winter.
“I know I spend way too much time on Facebook, an unhealthy amount,” begins Ffion’s frank assessment.
And they’re not all things you’d instantly call “crucial” for survival in the Palaeolithic wilderness.
Includes a ‘Reasons I want to marry Harry Styles’ journal. You have been warned.
Ruth Jones has said she thinks her easy-to-love characters are the reason for Stella’s success.
Midsomer Murders’ Neil Dudgeon has admitted DCI Barnaby’s new baby daughter Betty is hard work.
Joaquin Phoenix has compared picking film roles to dating.
Ireland today: It is expected to be cold and windy with blustery showers, mainly affecting ...more weather
The dullest of dull affairs, but Manchester City showed they’re still in the title fight.
Monaghan returned to Division One in a blaze of glory, turning over Tyrone at Healy Park to launch their season with two points on the road.
Donegal got their Division 1 campaign and Rory Gallagher's reign off to a winning start with a storming second half that swatted Derry aside at Ballybofey tonight.
Waterford made it five wins in a row under Tom McGlinchey as they defeated Wicklow in their Division 4 opener at Fraher Field. Michael O’Halloran kicked four fantastic points for the victors.