A silent vigil has been held by neighbours of Karen Buckley close to where the Cork student lived.
The Government is promising to spend at least 50% of state aid in the world's poorest countries.
Gardaí have confirmed that a body has been found in a lake in County Cavan.
The Minister for Children, James Reilly, says a review of the free pre-school scheme will determine whether a second year should be provided.
BMW is to recall over 90,000 Mini Coopers in the United States.
Paramedics on an emergency call in England had the windscreen of their ambulance smashed with a brick as they treated a patient.
A teenager has been stabbed and two other men hurt in a road rage attack at a busy junction in England.
At least 35 people were killed when a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle blew himself up at a bank in eastern Afghanistan.
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An apology has been issued from one of our most trusted brands for not doing the job they have advertised on ALL of their products.
Even David Beckham can be an embarrassing dad!
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The TV star and writer said she wouldn’t have minded if she hadn’t won The Great Comic Relief Bake Off.
The car dealer is about to find himself in a pickle, thanks to Phil Mitchell.
The actress reckons attractiveness is about more than just looks.
The former Doctor Who star delved into the waters to “discover” his character in ITV’s new drama.
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Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger accepted his side were “a bit lucky” after a fumble from Reading goalkeeper Adam Federici handed them a 2-1 extra-time victory and a place in the FA Cup final.
Tyrone reached their first All-Ireland U21 Football Championship final since 2003 with a hard-working win over Roscommon, embroidered by the grace of ace finisher Lee Brennan.
Chelsea have one hand on the Barclays Premier League title after Eden Hazard knocked Manchester United out of the reckoning in the leaders’ 1-0 win at Stamford Bridge.
Tipperary showed tremendous composure to finish strongly and book their place in a first ever Eirgrid All-Ireland U21FC final.