The Taoiseach is one of 120 international leaders heading to New York for a UN summit on climate change.
The HSE says the report into the Miss Y case remains ongoing and has not been completed.
Gardaí are renewing their appeal for information connected to the discovery of human remains at a Dublin recycling plant in July.
Councillors in Dublin approved a 15% cut to the property tax in the capital this evening.
Two Palestinians suspected over the abduction and murder of three Israeli teenagers which sparked this summer’s Gaza bloodshed have been killed in a shoot-out with Israeli forces, the army said today.
TV bosses have apologised after a reporter quit her job with a four-letter flourish during a live broadcast.
Investigators found more than 800 rounds of ammunition in the car of the man accused of scaling the White House fence and sprinting inside the building, a US prosecutor said today. A machete and two hatchets also were found.
A French citizen has been kidnapped by suspected Islamic militants while hiking in a mountainous Algerian region that is a known hideout for North Africa’s al Qaida branch.
1994: The One with Whigfield, Ray Houghton, Blur v Oasis, Riverdance and THAT Guinness ad.
The mystery weed turned out to be... well, weed.
We all know that foods high in salt, fats and sugar are not ideal for the school lunchbox.
It's fascinating. And kind of gross...
David Hasselhoff thinks Justin Bieber is a "cool guy".
Charlie Sheen wants to reprise his role on 'Two and a Half Men'.
Cheryl Fernandez Versini is setting up her own music label.
Amanda Holden has made her hosting debut on ITV’s This Morning alongside Phillip Schofield.
Ireland today: It will be a mostly cloudy day with outbreaks of rain. The rain could be heavy ...more weather
Rio Ferdinand has emerged as a surprise possible choice to be the Football Association’s candidate for Britain’s FIFA vice-presidential position.
Leinster will aim to hand a debut to new signing Kane Douglas this weekend.
Liverpool has said manager Brendan Rodgers will not be making any comment on the racist Twitter messages sent to Mario Balotelli while police are investigating the matter.
European captain Paul McGinley insists Rory McIlroy will be fresh and raring to go when the 40th Ryder Cup gets under way at Gleneagles on Friday, but hinted that Graeme McDowell may not be alongside him when it does.