Oxford University is set to appoint an Irish woman as its first female vice chancellor.
Subsidised after-school childcare and paid paternity leave are just some of the new measures under consideration by the Government.
A manhunt is underway after a man was shot dead in Dublin last night.
A deal on public sector pay talks may be just hours away with a draft agreement being worked on tonight.
Many thousands of children may have been spared serious illness and admission to hospital by the smoking ban in England, research has shown.
Firefighters were too big to rescue a kitten from a storm drain, but a six-year-old girl’s size proved to be just right.
As for how many more birthdays Cassius will celebrate, it’s anybody’s guess.
The Portable Eye Examination Kit was tested on locals in Kenya and worked as effectively as the usual paper eye tests in opticians.
And he looks like a different person.
Filippo Blengini has created a photograph of the White Giant which, if printed, would be the size of a football pitch.
These should all be taken with a pinch of salt…
Ireland's Marriage Equality Referendum may have inspired thousands and thousands of people to come home to vote, but it also inspired a global hashtag.
Gal Gadot is getting ready to kick ass as Wonder Woman in a standalone film and she could have a romantic co-star in Pine
The Call The Midwife star has come to terms with her tall figure.
The three half-hour episodes are part of series of new shows being made by UKTV.
Sense8 is the first TV series from the Wachowski's and it's going to bend your mind with its crazy plot and huge cast
Ireland today: Early rain in the south-easternmost part of the country will soon clear, leaving ...more weather
Despite everything, it’s still going ahead – so here’s a rundown of all the info you need on the latest judgment of Sepp Blatter.
We should find out this afternoon whether football's world governing body will vote to re-elect current FIFA president Sepp Blatter for a fifth term.
Storydeck - Schmidt on squad selection: "It's a learning experience for me as well. I know I'm going to get a few things wrong."
Barbarians 22 Ireland 21 Jack McGrath could be facing a ban to jeopardise his World Cup participation after kneeing lock Konstantin Mikautadze in the back during Ireland’s 22-21 defeat to the Barbarians.