Some Lotto machines across the country are experiencing a technical fault this afternoon - the second in a month.
Mobile phone traffic evidence has resumed in Graham Dwyer's trial for the murder of childcare worker Elaine O'Hara.
The PSNI has reportedly won the right to listen to Boston College's taped interviews with loyalist Winston "Winkie" Rea.
Air BnB has announced 200 new jobs in Dublin.
Unless the risks you want to take involve shady behaviour.
The World Health Organisation has warned that millions of young people around the world are at risk of hearing loss from loud music.
It’s all about the caffeine.
White and gold? Blue and black? Blue and gold? Everyone is losing their minds.
And hopefully, you’ll soon forget about the outfit that has caused more debate than poverty and world peace.
One little girl is speaking to all our inner bookworms today.
They're really going to miss you.
Take a deep breath, you’re about to find out what colour #TheDress ACTUALLY is.
Fearne Cotton is pregnant with her second child.
Jack Whitehall’s BBC Three comedy is getting the movie treatment.
Tom Cruise, Tim Curry, Bear Grylls and Joy Divison
The Problem singer claimed she could have been killed by a malfunctioning lift during the first show of her new tour.
Ireland today: Cloudy amounts will increase during the day with the chance of some patchy ...more weather
"I think it's kind of an organic thing, if it happens, it happens."
Everton boss Roberto Martinez has urged fans looking to travel to their Europa League last-16 away leg not to worry after the Toffees were paired with Dynamo Kiev in Friday’s draw.
Arsene Wenger dismissed suggestions a winter World Cup would bring chaos to English football and welcomed the move.
Chatting with Donal Lenihan at the Irish Examiner Ronan O’Gara Ruby Walsh Breakfast at the Clarion Hotel, Cork, O'Gara wondered if England kicker George Ford might prove a weakness Ireland can exploit in Sunday’s Six Nations clash.