The Teachers Union of Ireland has said teachers would not support the current compromise plan for the Junior Cycle if it was put to a ballot.
The Tánaiste Joan Burton says the Coalition may cut bankruptcy to just one year as a means of forcing banks to do a deal with those struggling with debt.
New laws restricting the use of sunbeds come into force today.
Improving your CV should improve your chances of getting a job, say the organisers of this year's 'Skills for Work Week'.
Iraqi security forces, backed by allied Shia and Sunni fighters, have begun a large-scale military operation to recapture Saddam Hussein’s hometown of Tikrit from Islamic State, state TV said.
Russian foreign minister Sergey Lavrov said the killing of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov was a “heinous crime which will be fully investigated”.
The British graduate unmasked as “Jihadi John” was bullied at school, his former headteacher has revealed.
The level of job satisfaction amongst sex workers in the UK is high, with the majority saying they find their job “rewarding”, a survey has revealed.
It was emotional, wasn’t it?
Not a good mix.
Merci beaucoup to whoever made the account.
There's nothing funnier than other people's physical pain.
The One Direction star is said to be trying out a solo project with the producer.
Danny Dyer and Katie Hopkins have locked horns after she poked fun at him for being proposed to by his girlfriend.
The stars of Cinderella – Lily James, Richard Madden and Cate Blanchett – attended the film’s Hollywood premiere.
The Teachers actress will play a “tough-talking” matriarch in the soap.
Ireland today: Cold and unsettled with wintry showers, these most frequent in western areas ...more weather
So, the first silverware of the season has been handed out as Chelsea put Tottenham Hotspur to the sword in the Capital One Cup Final.
After Round 3 it was celebrations for Ireland as they defeated an England side who were almost unrecognisable to the side that dismantled Wales in Cardiff just a few weeks ago.
Harry Kane says losing the Capital One Cup final was the “worst feeling in the world” but he is sure it will drive Tottenham on to win silverware of their own.
“It’s the biggest game of our season and we’ve just got to prepare as best we can."