The trial of Ibrahim Halawa in Egypt has been postponed for a fifth time.
Three teenagers remain in hospital after a bus overturned in Co. Donegal yesterday afternoon.
In the North, a man in his 20s has been arrested following a stabbing at a hotel in the Glengormley area of County Antrim.
Police in North Belfast are investigating an incident which left a 50-year-old man critically ill in hospital.
A man has been arrested in England over the abduction of a six-year-old girl there.
Child sex abuse victims should be allowed to seek compensation from those found in possession of online images of that abuse, children’s charities in the UK have said.
A leading suspect in the deadly museum attack on foreign tourists in Tunisia has been killed in anti-terrorist operations, the country’s prime minister says.
Voting in Nigeria has continued in some areas because of technical problems, officials say.
Dublin you’re looking well!
Somebody please think of the sheepdog!
Is this the start of James May's new blogging channel?
Don't come between a man and his food.
Well, who isn’t?
Screen stars Damian Lewis and his wife Helen McCrory have revealed that they forbid their children from using computers during the week.
Your guide to the day's best television programmes.
Jeremy Clarkson plans to make a Top Gear comeback in Australia in a few weeks.
Ireland today: It is expected to be wet and windy with outbreaks of rain, becoming heavy and ...more weather
Tipperary only scored two second-half points, but advanced to their fourth Allianz Hurling League Division 1 semi-final in a row, after a six-point win over Offaly at O'Connor Park today.
Tyrone were plunged into a relegation crisis following a heavy defeat to north-west neighbours Donegal at Ballybofey today.
A dramatic late win for Cork in Pairc Ui Rinn saw Brian Hurley fisting home a Conor Dorman cross to give Cork the narrowest of wins over Mayo in Division 1 of the NFL.
Both Galway and Roscommon are still in the hunt for promotion to Division 1 after Damien Comer's goal helped the Tribesmen to their third win of the campaign at Hyde Park.