The Court of Appeal has reserved judgment on whether Joe O'Reilly can apply to have his conviction for murdering his wife declared a miscarriage of justice.
Visiting restrictions due to a flu outbreak at Tallaght Hospital in Dublin, have been maintained following a review.
A former Garda inspector pushed for a harassment case against Ian Bailey despite concerns it would be difficult to prosecute, he has told a court.
A man is being questioned by Gardaí in Dublin in connection with the murder of Dean Johnson in Clondalkin in August 2013.
To mark World Wildlife Day, we look at successful initiatives that have turned around the bleak future of these species (with some cute photos too).
Former NSA systems analyst Edward Snowden says he wants to return to the US if he is guaranteed a fair trial, according to his Russian lawyer.
After two months of jury selection, a panel of 12 jurors and six alternates has been chosen for the federal death penalty trial of Boston Marathon bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev.
Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has told the US Congress that negotiations under way between Iran and the United States would “all but guarantee” that Tehran will get nuclear weapons, a step that the world must avoid at all costs.
'I wouldn't present both sides if a group of people decided that pancakes make you gay. They don't.'
It's called 'Spocking', in tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy.
This lad came up with a genius idea in an attempt to impress bosses at Snapchat when applying for a job.
The family-run Suffolk department store came complete with a buyer who doesn’t “buy to sell”. He just wants customers to go “wow”.
Noel Gallagher believes Maroon 5 have tattoos to distract people from their music.
As the Hogwarts Express opens for business at the Harry Potter Studio Tour, we’ve complied a list of life lessons we learned from the books.
The BBC show judge thinks it is only a matter of time until one of the contestants becomes a superstar.
Ireland today: A cold, showery and windy day. There will be snow showers at first, but these ...more weather
Pascal Pape’s RBS 6 Nations career has ended in acrimony after the France lock lost his appeal against a 10-week ban for kneeing Ireland’s Jamie Heaslip in the back.
The replay of the Fitzgibbon Cup final will take place in Páirc Úi Rinn on Wednesday March 11.
“I hope to be back playing soon and will be aiming to put myself in the frame for selection for Ulster and Ireland over the coming months."