The union representing workers striking at postal sorting centres has called An Post's executive leadership to reverse a decision to suspend services due to an industrial dispute.
A Co Cork engineer has been crowned Ireland's potato growing champion.
The front window of a house has been smashed in a pipe bomb attack which police have said was a suspected sectarian hate crime.
The Government has been told to stop penalising single parents who work outside the home.
Sudden heavy rains around the French Riviera have killed at least 10 people, including some trapped in cars, a campsite and a retirement home.
International medical charity Doctors Without Borders has withdrawn from the northern Afghan city of Kunduz after a deadly air strike destroyed its hospital.
Israeli police have taken the unprecedented step of preventing Palestinian residents of Jerusalem from entering the walled Old City after two Palestinian stabbing attacks against Israelis.
Flash flooding around the French Riviera has killed at least 16 people, including some trapped in cars, a campsite and a retirement home.
Because height shouldn’t matter.
“Can you spell it out please?”
Worth a shot, eh?
We’ve been getting so many James Bond surprises in the last few weeks it’s been hard to keep up, but we think this is one of the biggest yet…
Katy Perry and John Mayer have discussed starting a family together.
Ed Sheeran will officiate Courteney Cox's wedding.
Katie Price trusts Kieran Hayler "100 per cent".
The Welsh singer called his 58-year marriage “rock-solid”.
Ireland today: A mostly dry day with some sunshine, but also large banks of cloud, perhaps ...more weather
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers maintained his unbeaten record in Merseyside derbies but not with a performance likely to end the enduring scrutiny which continues to dog him.
"Sunderland AFC has announced that Dick Advocaat has left his position as head coach at the club."
Dedryck Boyata atoned for an early blunder to help Celtic close the gap on Aberdeen with a 2-1 victory over Hamilton at New Douglas Park.
Ireland's keenly anticipated Pool D match against Italy is, of course, make or break for our boys in green today. If they win the match (kick-off 4.45pm), they go through to the quarter finals.