Riverdance star Michael Flatley has taken up painting based on his dancing.
Nearly 50,000 people are waiting more than a year for treatment at hospitals around the country.
A cross border inquiry into alleged abuse by IRA members could be on the cards.
The Galway bike rental scheme will be launched today by the Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe today.
Barack Obama has shrugged off Republican criticism of his move to lift the threat of deportation from millions of immigrants living illegally in the United States.
Children and teenagers whose parents have divorced say their exam grades suffer and they are driven to drink or drugs or feel pressure to get involved in the break-up, according to new research released in the UK.
British banker Rurik Jutting has been ruled mentally fit to stand trial for the murder of two Indonesian women.
Vladimir Putin has said he will not remain Russia’s president for life and will step down in line with the constitution no later than 2024, according to an interview with a Russian news agency released today.
A gorilla in Berlin has taken a dislike towards these Irish tourists.
Is it Saturday morning again? Where does the time go at all?
Three years ago, Australian actor Damon Gameau gave up all sugars but has now decided to go in completely the opposite direction.
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Katy Perry has been confirmed to be performing at the Super Bowl.
One Direction have proved American girls love British boys – they won the artist of the year title at the American Music Awards as well as two other accolades.
Kendra Wilkinson thinks Hank Baskett is "worth fighting for".
Call centre worker Stevi Ritchie was voted off X Factor tonight, leaving only five acts remaining.
Ireland today: A cold and frosty start in the east. Cloud already in western areas will track ...more weather
Brendan Rodgers knows his position as Liverpool boss could start to come under scrutiny if their current poor form continues.
New Zealand back-row colossus Kieran Read has targeted an improvement from the All Blacks at next year’s World Cup.
Fionnuala Britton stole the show at Sunday’s GloHealth Inter County cross country championship and declared her aim to win a third European cross country title.
Christian Eriksen conjured a last-minute winner for Tottenham as Hull paid in full for Gaston Ramirez’s reckless red card.