Thirty-five people have been arrested as part of an operation targeting crime in Dublin.
It is understood that a member of the Citizens' Assembly has been replaced, after it was revealed they had previously been in a pro-choice group.
Three former bank executives jailed for conspiracy are set to bring appeals against their convictions next March.
Campaigners in Ireland have welcomed the decision by Scottish judges to reject an appeal against minimum unit pricing.
One hundred and forty new jobs have been announced for Dublin and Kildare today.
Update 1.57pm: Today’s guilty verdict against a 17-year-old protester for the false imprisonment of Joan Burton has been called “an outrageous assault on civil liberties and the right to protest” by the #JobstownNotGuilty group today.
Housing Minister Simon Coveney has said the State's goal must be to put housing and homelessness charities out of business.
They used a special catalyst to reverse the combustion process.
Militants attacked targets in and around the northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk today in an assault quickly claimed by the so-called 'Islamic State' group and aimed at diverting attention from the battle to retake 'IS'-held Mosul.
The Syrian government has had little response to a new corridor opened for rebels and civilians who want to leave besieged eastern neighbourhoods of Aleppo.
Dog grabbed baby from mother's arms and savaged him to death, inquest told
Police in Sacramento followed the woman to an abandoned house.
One hundred and sixteen children died when 150,000 tonnes of coal waste slid down a hillside before smashing into Pantglas Junior School, Aberfan on this day in 1966.
Australia is to allow gun owners to hand in illegal firearms without penalty next year as concerns grow over crimes involving such weapons, a federal minister has said.
"Donald looks at the Statue of Liberty and sees a '4'," she said. "Maybe a '5' if she loses the torch and tablet and changes her hair."
A new survey aims to get up close with Cork city otters - and they need your help
Farmers everywhere rejoice!
Can Conor handle a fright?
We would not have wanted to be Cardinal Timothy Dolan, who was sat between the pair at the event.
Would your teacher accept this excuse?
Being an adult is hard…
Brendan Cole assures fans he isn’t dead after last week’s chest infection – but still isn’t sure whether he will be back in the competition.
Plenty of famous faces have branched out into politics.
The film’s return has long been rumoured.
Get to know Kendrick better as a person and a musician.
The Central Saint Martins graduate was based in Australia.
Ken Loach returns with his latest award winning drama that's a vital vision of the realities of modern life and essential viewing.
Judge says there was “no justification” for why Mazher Mahmood tampered with evidence in the collapsed trial of Tulisa Contostavlos.
There isn’t long to go until the new series arrives, but here’s something to keep us ticking over.
Samsung’s recent smartphone woes have been immortalised in a case available online.
Around 1,600 entrepreneurs and technology enthusiasts are expected to attend Ireland’s second National Digital Week.
Cork County Council has written to furniture giant, Ikea, urging it to locate its first store outside of Dublin at one of three potential sites in North Cork — one of which was a former army barracks.
Ireland today: It will be a fairly grey start to the day with some mist or fog patches. ...more weather
A teenage girl has been seriously injured in a road accident in Dublin this morning.
It carried around 25 of his relatives along with former team mates and personal friends.
Now, what you think of that?
There have been many tributes to the late, great Anthony Foley over the past few days.
Donald Trump has refused to say if he will accept the result of the US presidential election if he loses, as he clashed with Hillary Clinton in their final head-to-head debate.
The funeral mass will take place at 12 noon tomorrow.
He also left a voucher for some free chicken.
Two of the most exciting young managers, great performances, and Jack Wilshere. Bournemouth v Tottenham has it all.
The game will arrive four days after Martin O'Neill's team will have played Wales.
Lineker has become one of the UK’s most popular Twitter users, with more than five million followers.
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has accused English clubs of effectively "kidnapping" young players from overseas.
“This all broke less than 24 hours ago so we’ll be with lawyers after the event.”
McGinley led the European team to a resounding victory against the United States at Gleneagles in 2014.