A woman aged in her 20s, arrested in connection with a drugs seizure in Thurles, was released without charge last night.
The Seanad will meet this afternoon to discuss the crisis in Gaza.
There was no winner of tonight's Lotto jackpot worth €4.9m.
Gardaí are investigating the discovery of a man's body in Co Meath.
Israel has said it is calling up another 16,000 reservists, giving the military the ability to substantially widen its bloody Gaza offensive.
The US economy sprang back to life in the second quarter, growing by 4%.
At least 16 people have been killed and more than 150 injured by an Israeli airstrike in a crowded shopping area.
The leader of Spain’s Catalonia region has told the Spanish prime minister he intends pushing ahead with a secession referendum in November despite the central government’s refusal to allow it.
TG Lurgan in Galway has become an Irish language internet phenomenon. We find out why.
Your faith in humanity will be restored, destroyed and restored again when you read this American tourist's story.
The summer holidays are in full swing now, and we’re here to give you tips on how to make the most of the remaining weeks.
They were - of course - completely delighted with him.
It wasn't the best reaction, in fairness.
Justin Bieber has seemingly taunted British actor Orlando Bloom after their reported altercation in Ibiza, posting a picture on his Instagram account of the Lord Of The Rings star crying.
Robert Plant is "disappointed and baffled" by Jimmy Page's determination to reform Led Zeppelin.
The line-up for the Body & Soul arena at Electric Picnic has been announced today.
Moby has signed up to appear in new movie 'Intruder'.
Ireland today: A fairly unsettled day with scattered showers developing. The showers are likely ...more weather
Serena Williams enjoyed an overdue taste of victory as she beat Karolina Pliskova in her opening match at the Bank of the West Classic in Stanford last night.
Manager Ronny Deila admitted he was disappointed in the lack of “commitment” and “energy” from his Celtic players following their crushing 4-1 defeat to Legia Warsaw in the first leg of their Champions League third qualifier last night.
Legia Warsaw 4 Celtic 1
Celtic’s Champions League hopes are hanging by a thread after a dispiriting 4-1 defeat by Legia Warsaw in the third qualifying round first leg at the Pepsi Arena in which the Scottish champions were lucky to escape without further punishment.
Clare 1-28 Cork 1-13
Clare powered to their third Munster Under 21 Hurling title in a row, by delivering the biggest winning margin in a decider since 2000, with a 15-point win over Cork at Cusack Park tonight.